Nancy Lordan, New Executive Director at The Residence at Pearl Street Brings Skill and Unique Family Experience to her Role
READING, MA–The Residence at Pearl Street has announced the appointment of Nancy Lordan as its new Executive Director. She is a lifelong resident of Reading with deep community ties and unique personal experience with The Residence at Pearl Street. Her mom lives at the community.
Lordan first visited Pearl Street in 2015 when she and her siblings helped their mother find a senior living community. The family agreed that living alone in the family home was keeping their mother from pursuing her many interests and hobbies. Their goal was to find a community of people who shared Mom’s love of life, in a place that provided access to activities, new experiences and an ongoing healthy lifestyle. After Lordan’s professional expertise helped review all the options in Reading, Pearl Street became her mother’s happy home in 2016.
Today in her new role as Executive Director, Lordan has set a high bar for herself and her team. She values the assets of the great community she grew up in, and regularly welcomes all kinds of visiting groups to The Residence. Guests share skills and socialize with residents. They also provide cherished opportunities for residents to watch local children practice ballet in the space provided for their class, and run their soccer drills when they use Pearl Street’s spacious grounds for team practice.
Lordan came to Pearl Street from nearby Sandpiper Healthcare where she was Regional Director of Operations. She continues to serve on the Board of the Massachusetts Board of Registration of Nursing Home Administrators.
The Residence at Pearl Street provides deluxe services to seniors, with Independent and Assisted Living and “Reflections” memory care living options. All enjoy the highest-quality amenities within luxurious settings and finishes, including “Anytime Dining” (the restaurant-style Dining Room is open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily, with chef-prepared meals throughout the day); Bistro Dining (an informal alternative to restaurant dining with lunchtime paninis, a burger bar, and a variety of special menus); copious common areas all elegantly appointed (libraries, living rooms, country kitchens, theaters, etc.), and more.
An active engagement calendar includes intellectual, cultural, recreational and social opportunities, seven days per week. LCB’s renowned “Reflections” memory care programming for residents with Alzheimer’s disease and other memory impairments, is widely recognized as innovative cognitive programming amidst a range of daily services.
Established in 2010, LCB Senior Living owns and operates 18 communities throughout Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. The company has four communities under construction in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania, with several others undergoing local permitting. LCB also manages Traditions of Dedham and Traditions of Wayland located in Massachusetts.
LCB was founded by the management team of the former Newton Senior Living, LLC, one of the first assisted living developers and operators in Massachusetts and the 16th-largest assisted living company in the United States when it was sold to a division of Lazard Freres in 2005.