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A Welcome From Our Leadership

Welcome to Park Place. We’re happy you stopped by, and we hope you’ll stay for a while and get to know us better.

Park Place offers a continuum of excellent services on one campus: Independent Living, Memory Care, and Long-Term Care. We also offer assistance in your apartment if needed, making it the kind of place you can feel secure about moving to.

We’re sure you’ll learn quite a bit about Park Place by browsing this web site. But to get to know us best, we hope you’ll come for a visit so we can show you our unique community. You’ll find a warm and friendly feeling here from those you meet, whether they are resident, family, or staff. It won’t take you long to find that our community culture is special because each resident and staff member is treated as part of our Park Place family.

And you will also see the aspect of our campus that sets us apart most—our Small House style of Assisted Living and Long-Term Care, where everything looks and feels like home. The Small House model of care is a beautiful opportunity to care for people in a home-like setting. Residents, staff, families, and volunteers become family in this model of care, and that’s extremely special.

If we were to sum up Park Place in just one word, it would be “home.” When you visit, we hope you feel at home and experience the Park Place difference for yourself, and just know that if you have any questions, we’d be happy to assist you.

Beth Cunningham
Executive Director

Danette Boros
Community Manager

Beth Cunningham, park place community manager

Executive Director

Beth Cunningham

Beth Cunningham has worked with Providence Life Services for almost 20 years, beginning as an Accounting Clerk right after college. She has been at Park Place since the very beginning, and says, “My favorite Providence memory is when we opened. It was such an honor to be part of people making Park Place their new home.” Beth serves on the Board of Directors for the St. John Dyer Chamber of Commerce, as has served as Board Secretary for 2 years of her term. She also serves on the Board of Directors for Junior Achievement NWI, a career readiness and financial literacy program for students in the region. When she’s not with her Park Place family, Beth enjoys spending time with her other family.