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Julie Entzion

Meet our Director of Sales and Marketing — Julie Entzion Julie is our Director of Sales and Marketing. If you are considering Farmstead Living for yourself or a loved one, you will likely meet Julie as you gather information or tour our Community. A native of Moorhead, she grew up on a farm just a few miles north of town and is proud to be a Moorhead Spud. Julie earned her bachelor’s degree from Concordia College and master’s degree from University of Mary. She and her husband live in West Fargo with their children. When not showcasing Farmstead living, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, making memories at their lake cabin, traveling, fitness, and a fine glass of wine.

When is it time?

It’s our first blog post… and we couldn’t be more excited to share with our readers all things Farmstead!

You may be asking yourself, “Is it time for [insert me, mom, dad] to move into Assisted Living?” There is no easy answer. At Farmstead, we encourage families to go through the process of gathering information, touring, and narrowing down options while your loved one is healthy and able to make a thoughtful decision. Looking for a place to live during a crisis can be frustrating and stressful and you may find that your preferred senior living community doesn’t have any apartments available. By choosing to make a move before an emergency arises, your family member will benefit in several ways including the ability to be a part of the process. We recommend comparing at least 3 or 4 options before making a final decision. Doing a search online is typically the quickest, most thorough way to discover which amenities and services you will want to consider when comparing. Take the time to research the immediate and long-term benefits of assisted care providers. The goal is to find a facility that suits your loved one.

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