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How To Make Your Active Aging Community Fitness Program Stand Out Among Competitors

industry news Jul 08, 2019

The active aging population are desiring for more opportunities to be more active as they continue living longer lifespans. Without a great community fitness program in place, centers may be losing out on a booming market that continues to grow year after year. 

Elevation Corporate Health’s Partner, Angela Nichols, and Regional Director of Business Innovation, Micaela Robinson, recently spoke at the 2019 CALA (California Assisted Living Association) Spring Conference in Monterey Bay, California on this very topic. 

They share 3 strategies that can help enhance active aging community programs so that seniors continue to stay engaged, healthy, and happy. 


Focus on Fitness Center Design


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How Elevation Builds a Positive Company Culture

industry news May 08, 2019

Building a positive company culture is an integral part of business. It not only attracts and retains long-tenured employees, but it also makes for a more positive and supportive workplace. Elevation Corporate Health, founded by Tom Kapp and Sandy Meagher, are celebrating their 25th year of being in business due to creating a positive workplace. In this article, we will showcase the many ways Elevation invests in their people to create a great company culture.


Fun Fact: 10.7% of our Elevation employees exceed over 10 years of working for the company!


Training and Education

One of the reasons why employees become long-tenured employees is because of the ongoing training and education that they can receive. Sara Baker, the Director of Training & Education, has created educational programs to incentivize employees to continue learning in their field and become leaders in the industry. Here are a few programs that Elevation has created:



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Residential Communities: How Fitness Creates A More Active Living Community

industry news Feb 20, 2019

As a company, Elevation Corporate Health has had a strong grip working with many different client sectors, with residential communities being their fastest growing market. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that communities are looking to find ways to engage millennials while keeping our aging population social and active.

For years, communities have been equipping their amenity features with an onsite fitness center. However, that’s no longer enough with people wanting more bang for their buck.

Now, active aging clients want a full service fitness center including group fitness classes, personal training options, wellness and incentive programming, social fitness, and towel service.  

“Residential communities are challenged to compete with the boutique fitness centers model of getting a really great workout in a short amount of time,” stated Angie Nichols, Partner and SVP of Elevation Corporate Health.

“Providing high end customer service and...

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What You Need To Know About The Hotel Housekeeping Musculoskeletal Injury Prevention Program

industry news Sep 10, 2018

Beginning July 1st, 2018, any company considered a “lodging establishment” employer is required to establish and maintain a written musculoskeletal injury prevention program.  

What does that mean?

Elevation Corporate Health have been providing these services to hospitality and lodging establishments for years, and we can help.  

Don’t take our work for it, take it from one of our clients:

If you would like to have a consultation and learn how Elevation can help you comply with this new program, contact us at [email protected].

It means that if you’re a hotel, motel, resort, or bed and breakfast inn, you must now offer the following to all housekeeping employees within the first 3 months of their employment:

  • Worksite evaluations for identifying and evaluating housekeeping hazards.
  • Specific risks of the job must be identified.
  • Injury investigations.
  • Corrective measures must be put into place.
  • Training.
  • Record-keeping

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