Kim Cahill Yannuzzi, PCHA, LPN
Kim has been the Executive Director at The Birches since the doors opened. She began her nursing career in hospitals but quickly realized her love for seniors and began her journey into long-term care. She is passionate about providing a safe and loving home for residents as well as a wonderful work environment for the staff.
Kim loves animals and The Phillies! She has three grown children and she lives on a small farm in Frenchtown New Jersey with her husband. Kim looks forward to serving the residents and families of The Birches for years to come!
Director of Resident Life
Loraine is the Activity Director at The Birches at Newtown. Loraine has varied experience in the health care field. She was the Activity Director at Wyomissing Nursing and Rehab in Reading, Pennsylvania and most recently, the Activities Coordinator for The Meadows at Shannondell in Audubon, Pennsylvania. She thoroughly enjoys working with the senior population, and finds the experience of helping to enhance the quality of the lives of her residents very rewarding and educational. Loraine enjoys singing, playing guitar, art, photography, theater, and the outdoors. A Bucks County native, originally from Levittown, Loraine resides in Langhorne, Pennsylvania.
Armgard is a German nurse of 30 years. She has been working with seniors throughout her career, for the last 11 years special focus on people with memory loss. She met her husband skiing in Switzerland and has been living in Trenton, Mill Hill Nj since 2013. Since 2014 she has worked in the Assisted Living/ memory Care field, as CNA, Activities and Memory Care Coordinator. Armgard has all the NCCDP Dementia Certificates: CDP, CADDCT, CDCM. She has a NJ CALA and CNA License. She is a dedicated advocate for people with memory loss and wants to make them and their families as comfortable and happy as possible! Armgard loves to sing, read, loves art, history, poetry, and plays the piano.
Director of Dining Services
Michael knew he wanted to be a Chef since he was 7 years old. Upon graduating from The Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY he went on to become the Saucier at The Four seasons Hotel in Boston. After moving back to his hometown in 2003 to raise his children he started a Private Chef Service and successfully ran it for 12 years. Five years ago he was introduced to retirement community and has been working with seniors ever since. He is an avid traveler and loves the outdoors.