Epoch Senior Living Names New Area Community Liaison for Connecticut And New York

Dean Brown

WALTHAM, MA –EPOCH Senior Living announced Dean Brown as the new Area Community Liaison for its Bridges by EPOCH Memory Care Assisted Living and Waterstone Senior Living communities in Connecticut and New York.

Brown will play a vital role in building relationships with professionals and organizations to coordinate support for seniors and families who are looking for living options or care for a loved one.

Brown joins the EPOCH Senior Living team with more than a decade of senior living and healthcare experience. He has a passion for connecting seniors and their loved ones with resources and support. Most recently, he served as Director of Business Development, working with area businesses and organizations to promote and market six assisted living communities in New York and New Jersey. Prior to this, Brown worked as a Director of Community Relations, where he trained leadership teams and built relationships with doctors and hospitals in Connecticut.

In his new role, Brown will work with the four EPOCH Senior Living communities located in Connecticut and New York. Alicia Seaver, VP of Memory Care Operations for EPOCH Senior Living, says Brown’s vast experience of working with area professionals and organizations will help benefit seniors looking for premier senior living, as well as families and those impacted by Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, for years to come.

“We’re excited Dean is joining us at such a pivotal time in our company’s history,” said Seaver. “Dean’s knowledge of the senior living space and passion for helping older adults will give others the full picture of the benefits our communities provide. Dean’s caring and optimistic personality is infectious, and we know he’ll be able to make wonderful connections that will benefit seniors and their families in Connecticut and New York.”

Brown’s passion for giving back and serving others began at a young age. He graduated from the U.S. Army Military Police program at Fort McClellan, Alabama. He also earned his bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina.

“EPOCH Senior Living’s vision and purpose appealed to me,” said Brown. “It’s exciting to have an impact that is so much bigger than yourself; to work toward something that is bettering the lives of a large group of people. I’m excited to be able to apply my skills to help EPOCH Senior Living achieve their vision.”