Making Connections

Written by Natalie Reisen. Posted in Community News & People in the News, Senior Living

Published on May 05, 2021 with No Comments

Sharing expertise as licensed clinical social worker at Residences Senior Living

Lindsey Sherron, director of social services

by Natalie Reisen, Director of Marketing and Sales for Residences at Coffee Creek

Serving the senior population for nearly 20 years in a variety of settings such as home health, hospice, assisted living, memory care and outpatient therapeutics, Lindsey Sherron joined our professional leadership team as director of social services. During these especially challenging times Lindsey is welcomed as an advocate, helping residents and families in identifying and dealing with social, emotional, psychological, spiritual and environmental factors which can become serious barriers to optimal health and overall well-being.

Lindsey is available at Residences at Deer Creek in Schererville and Residences at Coffee Creek in Chesterton. She is introducing herself to every resident and family, meeting them “where they are” as an active listener, creating a personal connection to determine their needs. 

Seniors often feel isolated anyway, so Covid-19 has been a nightmare, with isolation from family and friends.  Lindsey is also noticing marked improvement in the moods of everyone through the renewed hope of vaccines and visits.”

“We want the very best care for our residents, and that means ensuring the very best care for our staff,” according to Lindsey. 

“‘Being there’, listening, and supporting everyone, whether they live here, visit, or work here is the approach that helps us be our best,” observed Karen Ayersman, executive director, Residences at Deer Creek. “Lindsey’s experience and expertise as a clinical social worker fits our unique approach. We strive to be proactive, rather than reactive. 

“Lindsey will be our link to other services in the area if there is a particular need for a resident, member of their family, or our staff,” said Kaitlynn Redmon, executive director, Residences at Coffee Creek. “We’re all about making connections and keeping connections. That’s what holds us together.”

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About Natalie Reisen

All opinions, conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Chronicle. Natalie Reisen works as the Marketing Coordinator for Residences at Coffee Creek, located at 2300 Village Point in Chesterton serving as a key playing in supporting new residents and families making the transition to senior living. In addition, Natalie is a Certified Dementia Practitioner. A native of the region, Natalie was raised in Portage and she graduated with her Bachelors of Communication from Purdue University and her Masters of Business Administration from University of Saint Francis. For more information, contact her at 219-921-5200 or email Natalie directly at

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