At The Alton our highly experienced and passionate team of professionals are dedicated to serving the needs of our residents, families and staff in a peaceful, comfortable environment. At The Alton our emphasis is living in the moment and providing a broad range of services to help our residents live comfortably and support our families. We look forward to showing you all that The Alton has to offer.
Kayla Nance is the Executive Director at The Alton. Her prior experience includes project and program management, researching quality improvements for services and supports for individuals with disabilities. Kayla has worked within the memory care community and has served as a senior companion to residents.
Why the field of senior services? “I am passionate about providing quality care for every individual and family that I have the honor of working with. I firmly believe that every individual, no matter what age or stage of life, has something to contribute and adds value to this world. ”
Life Enrichment Director
Michael Jump is the Life Enrichment Director at The Alton & The Wellington. He holds a degree in Recreation Management with a Certification in Healthcare Administration. His prior experience includes managing daily senior living activities in a variety of settings from Skilled Nursing Facilities, Assisted Living, & Independent Living Communities. Michael oversees the Life Enrichment Department managing a team providing engaging quality activities for your loved ones.
Why the field of senior services? “I love working with people, especially seniors, making them smile, laugh, while providing experiences that continue to provide quality of life at all stages of aging. I always say that I feel like a cruise ship director for a cruise that never leaves port.”
General Manager - Dining Services
Debbie Graves is the General Manager for Dining Services at the Wellington Senior Living and the Alton Memory Care. She is passionate about bringing people together with good food. Debbie’s management experience includes quick service restaurants and health care kitchens serving customers, patients, residents safe and delicious meals.
Why the field of senior services? “Food is the common denominator for us all. I feel like I am serving my family each time I hand a meal to a resident. I know that I am making a difference in your loved one’s life because I treat them like they are my family. Right now, more than ever, they look forward to the knock on the door. I am as excited to see them as they are to see me.”
Jerret Seebart is the building Maintenance Lead at the Alton. His prior years of experience include a career in real estate construction, rehab, and owning rental property which serves him well in maintaining the facilities here at the Alton. He also has more than a few years working in senior settings and enjoys engaging with all residents no matter their current situations and needs.
Why the field of senior services? “I think it’s sometimes easy for people to see seniors as if they were ‘always’ seniors when in fact they have had full life experiences and deserve the love and respect that they have earned. A bonus for me is if I’m able to hear of some their life stories if offered.”
Director of Health Care Services