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Key Peninsula’s 1st senior living to use design showing success with COVID rates

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The News Tribune
The Mustard Seed Project will break ground Saturday on the Key Peninsula’s first assisted-living and memory-care home, built on a model that provides a home-like atmosphere for small living groups, the organization says. The Key Peninsula nonprofit worked with The Green House Project, a national senior advocacy group, to design the complex on what it called a “small-home model,” with resident rooms surrounding a common living area, according to Sara Thompson, the Mustard Seed Project board chair.  READ MORE