Alison Trigg, Administrator-In-Training at Showalter Center recently passed the National Association of Long Term Care Administrators Board, and The NAB Core Knowledge and NAB Line of Service exam for Residential Care/Assisted Living to become a Licensed Assisted Living Facility Administrator (LALFA). Showalter Center offers residential and Assisted Living at Warm Hearth Village. Prior to joining Showalter Center, Trigg was the Director of Rehabilitation at Functional Pathways, a therapist-owned rehabilitation organization serving the Village. She has a Master of Science Degree in Speech-Language Pathology and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders both from Radford University.
“There are opportunities to grow and learn at Warm Hearth and I am so pleased that I was able to take on this role and this new skill set,” says Trigg. She has been instrumental in forging relationships and recruiting quality staff that will help Showalter Center maintain the close-knit family atmosphere for which it is known and admired.
Trigg lives in Fairlawn with her husband Joe and in her leisure time she loves to read and travel.