American House Promotes Jodie Audia to Vice President of Life Enrichment, Cognitive Programming

SOUTHFIELD, Mich. — American House Senior Living Communities has promoted Jodie Audia to the role of vice president of life enrichment and cognitive programming.

Audia is responsible for the creation and implementation of life enrichment and cognitive programming strategies, policies and programs across American House’s portfolio of more than 50 communities in five states.

Prior to joining American House in 2018, Audia served as branch director at Great Lakes Caring Home Health and Hospice, where she played a pivotal role in decreasing hospital readmissions and ensuring excellence in patient care. Her background includes experience in intensive care, perioperative nursing and transplant coordination.

Audia has 24 years of experience in the field of nursing. Her prior assignments include Fountain View Surgery Center, Wayne State University Physician Group, Henry Ford Health System and St. John Providence Health System.