About Well-Spring Solutions

Community-Based Care

About Well-Spring Solutions

Since its founding in 1984, Well-Spring Solutions has grown and adapted to serve the needs of people with memory loss and their caregivers. Originally known as The Adult Center for Enrichment (ACE), we have worked in tandem with many community partners to offer services and programming around the greater Greensboro area. In 2013, ACE became another trusted member of The Well-Spring Group, finally rebranding as Well-Spring Solutions in 2021.

Our Memory Care Center provides day care for adults age 60 and older with a diagnosis of dementia. Rooted in today’s best practices and centered around outcomes-based research, our programming is designed to stimulate cognition and boost memory fitness.

OUR MISSION:
To exceed the needs of an evolving population of older adults through exceptional home and community-based services.
OUR VISION:
The Well-Spring Group and its affiliated organizations will endeavor to be leaders in their respective areas of service. Together as providers with a common purpose, we will be the State of North Carolina’s leading continuum of aging services for older adults through innovation, collaboration and system growth.

Well-Spring Solutions Mission

OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The Well-Spring Solutions Board of Directors are local leaders who are engaged in making the lives of seniors better.

2022 Officers and Directors

Officers

  • Aashka Mehta — Chair
  • Ben Zuraw — Immediate Past Chair
  • Keith Volz — Vice Chair
  • Brian Tuckmantel — Treasurer
  • Joey Slepp — Assistant Treasurer
  • Ginna Freyaldenhoven — Secretary

Directors

  • Connie Collins
  • Jacqueline DeBrew
  • Art Fitchett
  • Kathy White Frank
  • Barbara James
  • Karen McKeithen-Schaede
  • Stan Park
  • Dr. Tiffany Reed
  • Dale Whitfield

The Well-Spring Group, President & CEO

  • Steve Fleming