Dylan Pushee, MPH
Dylan lives in Fairlee, Vermont with his wife Caitlin and two dogs Molly and Toby. He has over 12 years of experience in long-term care, more specifically, working in facilities that specialize in the care of advanced Dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, and geriatric mental health disorders. In addition to his professional experience, he spent his formative years living in a senior residential care facility that was owned and operated by his grandparents in Fairlee, Vermont. Growing up in that living environment provided him with unique perspectives on the aging process and living with cognitive impairment that makes his leadership approaches focused on ensuring that our residents have the most positive aging experience possible. He is a University of Vermont graduate where he earned a bachelor's degree in public communication, and a master's degree in public health.
Caitlin Wilson, MPH, TTS
Health Services Administrator
Caitlin is a graduate of the University of Vermont where she earned her bachelor's degree in biological science and a master's degree in public health. She has spent several years working to support and promote the care of individuals living with advanced Dementia and chronic health conditions. She is a strong advocate of public health and enjoys her additional public health work supporting a local non-for-profit health clinic increasing health equity for Vermont's most vulnerable populations. Prior to transitioning into long-term care, she worked in social services at a federally qualified health center where she assisted low-income Vermonters with accessing health care services and financial resources. Most recently, she has joined the faculty at the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont as a professor of public health.
Kara Beloin, RN
Director of Nursing
Each shift has a designated shift supervisor with a minimum of three years of experience working with individuals with cognitive impairments within a facility setting, and/or with advanced alternative training and experience that qualifies them for this position. Additionally, many of our shift supervisors hold some form of professional licensure such as an MA, LNA, EMT, EMR, LPN, etc.
Resident Support Staff
Each shift will have supporting direct care staff that will work under the direct supervisor of the shift supervisor. All of our direct care support staff must have a minimum of one year of experience working with individuals with cognitive impairments within a facility and/or home-based setting.