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Meet Autumn House Administrator/Resident Manager Tayler Hall

In her office, Tayler Hall is seated at her desk.

Meet Tayler Hall, the new Administrator/Resident Care Manager of the Autumn House Independent Living Facility. She has nine years of experience working in long-term care for the Saskatchewan Health Authority. She started her career as a Continuing Care Assistant before going back to school to get her Licensed Practical Nursing diploma.

Tayler has always considered Personal Care Homes to be undervalued and underappreciated. She knew she had to give it serious consideration when she learned that the Autumn House Administrator/Resident Care Manager position was open. Tayler is a single mother, and her two sons were her first priority before applying for the job. After giving it some thought, she decided to submit an application because she was confident that she could greatly help Autumn House in achieving its potential. Tayler said,

"I am so thankful to have been awarded this opportunity and I hope that, as a community, we can work together to make Autumn House thrive again!" This facility would not be possible without the support of the town of Gull Lake and the surrounding area."

The Autumn House Board was pleased to welcome Tayler to her new position. Board Chairman Chuck Toney said,

"as chairman of Autumn House we are very pleased to have Tayler Hall as our Administrator/Resident Manager. Her dedication to healthcare and work ethic will be a tremendous asset for Autumn House."

If you or a loved one in need of a senior assisted living facility be sure to give Tayler a call. She will be happy to discuss your needs and opportunities Autumn House can provide you with.

Blake Campbell

Gull Lake Events



Gull Lake resident Tayler Hall faces a $5,000 fraud charge. The investigation began in December after Autumn House Independent Living Facility reported fraud. On January 31, Hall will appear in Swift Current Provincial Court after being charged on December 27.


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