Ascension, the nation’s largest Catholic, nonprofit health system, is bringing its “senior care” facilities under one umbrella organization, including the three Carondelet nursing homes — Carondelet Manor, Villa Saint Joseph and St. Mary’s Manor — that aren’t being sold to Prime Health in the Kansas City area. In this 2008 file photo, occupational therapist Darrick Bronson helped Carondelet Manor resident Doris Strong play a Nintendo Wii video boxing game as part of a program to help residents become more physically active.
Ascension, the nation’s largest Catholic, nonprofit health system, is bringing its “senior care” facilities under one umbrella organization, including the three Carondelet nursing homes — Carondelet Manor, Villa Saint Joseph and St. Mary’s Manor — that aren’t being sold to Prime Health in the Kansas City area. In this 2008 file photo, occupational therapist Darrick Bronson helped Carondelet Manor resident Doris Strong play a Nintendo Wii video boxing game as part of a program to help residents become more physically active. File photo The Kansas City Star
Ascension, the nation’s largest Catholic, nonprofit health system, is bringing its “senior care” facilities under one umbrella organization, including the three Carondelet nursing homes — Carondelet Manor, Villa Saint Joseph and St. Mary’s Manor — that aren’t being sold to Prime Health in the Kansas City area. In this 2008 file photo, occupational therapist Darrick Bronson helped Carondelet Manor resident Doris Strong play a Nintendo Wii video boxing game as part of a program to help residents become more physically active. File photo The Kansas City Star

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Carondelet’s KC senior care centers to be part of Ascension long-term care group

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