About Three Home Village
At Three Home Village we strive to provide the best care possible for all our assisted living residents. We incorporate current science and methodologies to ensure that we are meeting the needs of our residents and staff alike. Integrating proper nutrition, medication compliance and personal care with daily activities, we develop deep personal connections that are paramount to our philosophy.
Each of our homes has six single occupancy private bedrooms that are adjacent to a bathroom. Common areas are shared amongst all of our residents, who are encouraged to mix and socialize not only in their residence but also throughout our little village. Three Home Village assisted living is staffed 24 hours a day by our experienced care team as well as by our two Licensed Administrators.
Three Home Village assisted living staff
Erik Flatt has spent the last 27 years at a large family-owned independent, assisted living and memory care facility in San Rafael. He started his career as a teenager, working as a server in the dining room and was promoted to various positions, including 17 years as Executive Director.
In 2011 he was recognized as the Executive Director of the year within his previous company and in 2012 he was recognized as the outstanding Executive Director by the California Assisted Living Association.
He currently serves on the board of directors for the Marin County Senior Information Fair and LITA Marin. He lives with his wife and two children in Mill Valley.
Adam Waskow is an entrepreneur focusing on neurodegenerative diseases and the aging community.
His work initially focused on the visually impaired as Adam spent 22 years working at Guide Dogs for the Blind, where he was at the forefront of designing and implementing new programming and innovative directions for the organization. In 2014, Adam founded Memory Dog Inc., a nonprofit dedicated to exploring the use of highly trained dogs for people with neurological degenerative diseases.
In 2016 Adam completed the Atlantic Fellowship at the Global Brain Health Institute, UCSF Memory and Aging Center, becoming one of the first Senior Atlantic Fellows of the Rhodes Trust initiative in Oxford. This prestigious institute is on the forefront of brain health equity and world class neuroscience.
Adam lives in Fairfax with his wife, daughter, and his dog
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