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Terwilliger Plaza is one of only a handful of self-governed continuing care communities in the nation. Which means? You have a voice, a vote, and a way to affect change. Started in 1962 by the Retired Teacher’s Association, Terwilliger Plaza has always been an independent place for independent people. Here’s how it works.
A majority of the board of directors are members of Terwilliger Plaza, as stated in the by-laws. They’re elected by their peers, rule on policy, and affect change right where they live. But the board also includes local professionals who lend their business savvy and expertise. From committees to councils to the board, itself, this is a wonderful way to get involved in life at the Plaza. Meet our board members, here.
What’s the difference between self governed and resident run? Visit our Q&A.