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Coronavirus and Seniors: A Message from our CEO & Co-founder

Read our Seniorly CEO and co-founder's message on Coronavirus and seniors. Arthur Bretschneider delivers this important message and links to helpful resources.

By Arthur Bretschneider Updated on Dec 21, 2022

March 12, 2020

Dear friends, family and colleagues,

I’m writing to you as the CEO and co-founder of, the father of three children, and the grandson of two grandmothers currently in assisted living communities here in Northern California. The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is top of everyone’s mind, including mine.  I’m seeing first hand how this is impacting senior living communities across the country, at both a professional and personal level.  The 24-hour news cycle is trying to keep up to date with the ever-evolving global situation.  Admittedly, it’s unfolding at an unprecedented and dizzying pace.  For me, knowledge is power.  So, I’m sharing with you just a few of the trusted resources I’ve been relying upon to make sound decisions for customers, employees, my colleagues and my family.

My team is with you during good times and challenging times. We wish you and your loved ones good health during this extraordinary time. 




Arthur Bretschneider

CEO & co-founder

The Seniorly team is continuing to gather useful resources every day. Here are more helpful links regarding the Coronavirus and Seniors

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Arthur Bretschneider is CEO and Co-Founder of Seniorly. As a third generation leader in the senior living industry, Arthur brings both deep compassion and a wealth of practical experience to his work at Seniorly. Arthur holds an MBA from Haas School of Business and has been featured in the New York Times and Forbes Magazine as a thought leader in the senior living space. Arthur is a passionate and vocal advocate for improving the lives of older adults through community, and believes strongly that structured senior living environments can positively impact the aging experience.

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