We are a group of 4 different facilities that make up 1 community. Although we have different levels of care to provide a welcoming environment for many different people, we’re all guided by the same principles.
Our staff is genuinely motivated by the deep, interpersonal connection that they build with our residents. Additionally, our campus is an open-concept community that encourages residents to make new friends, play games, and socialize with their neighbors.
Steve Pazulski is an accomplished healthcare industry executive with 20+ years of experience as an Administrator and Operator in the senior living space. Under his leadership, Fairview Senior Living has grown to be a pillar in the community, known for its service excellence and compassionate, individualized care.
Mr. Pazulski began his career in healthcare while concurrently earning a Master’s degree in Healthcare Administration from The University of Maryland. After graduating, he served 21 years in the United States Air Force Reserve as a Major in the Medical Service Corps. During his service, Mr. Pazulski opened and operated contingency hospitals and coordinated aeromedical evacuation for injured service members from Operation Desert Storm in 1991 and Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003. He has spent the last 14 years working for the owners of Fairview Senior Living, and is a Licensed Administrator in New Hampshire, Maryland, and Virginia.
Mr. Pazulski is an active member and the Board Secretary of the New Hampshire Health Care Association (NHHCA). He also served on the Health Facilities Association of Maryland (HFAM) Board, and he is a 2-time winner of the ACHCA Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award.
Outside of work, Steve enjoys fishing, exploring New England with his son, and spending time with his grandchildren.
Sylvie Cotnoir, Executive Director, Laurel Place Assisted Living
Greg Batchelder, BS, NHA, CADDCT, Executive Director, The Inn at Fairview
Michael Cain, RN, BSN, CDP, CLL, Director of Nursing
Monique Taylor, PHR, Director of Human Resources
Stephanie Nardone, Director of Rehabilitation
Michelle Dodge, LPN, RCD, Resident Care Director, The Inn at Fairview
Don Rankins, Director of Maintenance
Christine Bradley, LPN, RAC-CT, ICP , Director of Staff Development & Infection Control
Jill Favereau, BSW, LSW, Director of Social Services
Joanna Quigley, Social Services
Melissa Pinard, RD, LD, Registered Dietitian
Diane McLay, RN, MDS Coordinator
Carolyn Beaulieu, Activities Director, Laurel Place Assisted Living
Joy Griggs, Program Manager, The Inn at Fairview
Stacey K Kendrick, MS, Director of Wellness Education
Stacey has a masters degree in health promotion from the University of North Carolina. She has over 20 years of experience as a health educator and fitness professional. After a career at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Stacey has been continuing her passion for helping people live healthy lifestyles by freelance writing that is focused on health, wellness and nutrition.
Friendly Care in Hudson, New Hampshire
You can find us at 203 Lowell Road in Hudson, New Hampshire.
Our facility is easily accessible from Hampshire Drive and Lowell Road.
Happy December to all❄️ Our December Resident Spotlight at The Inn shines on Helen!
🏡 Helen is from Pelham, NH 🧵 She enjoys sewing in her spare time 🏦 She considers her greatest accomplishment working in the bank for 34 years 🧠 Her favorite part of her career was working with numbers 🏝 She would love to travel to Hawaii 🍫 She would choose chocolate over vanilla, a lake over the ocean, and both books and movies 🏕 A fun fact: she enjoyed camping with her family
Thank you to Helen for being such a wonderful part of our community!💕 … See MoreSee Less
Laurel Place residents enjoyed their morning coffee social with a demonstration of how to make a traditional Appalachian corn husk doll. Our Activities Director, Carolyn, first learned how to make them back in the 1970’s, from the pages of Foxfire 3, a book on Appalachian living. After the doll was completed it was presented to Lillian, whose birthday was closest to Thanksgiving. Lillian decided to name her “Carolyn Husk”🧡 … See MoreSee Less