Our Story at Larkspur at Creekside in New Braunfels, TX
Larkspur at Creekside, in New Braunfels, Texas, is part of the family of Larkspur living communities for adults fifty-five and older. The Imprint Living operates several luxurious, resort-style communities as part of a larger mission. The Imprint Living are a family of seven siblings, all dedicated to caring for aging adults. The Imprint Living brothers and sisters consist of a chef at a senior living community, a yoga teacher and author, an artist specializing in therapeutic art practices for seniors, and even an elder-care attorney. The entire team at the Imprint Living believes in providing apartment and cottage communities for adults that are still active but want a more condensed and social lifestyle.
Meet Our Team
Larkspur is the brainchild of the Imprint Living Family, a tribe of seven children, all of whom are passionate advocates for healthy living and aging. Among them, there is a chef at a senior community, a yoga teacher and author, and an artist with a background in therapeutic art for seniors, and an elder-care attorney.
Years ago, Noah Drever noticed an unacceptable gap in the housing situation for adults fifty-five and older. Most housing communities that were designed for individuals of a certain age included charges for many things active adults did not need, like on-site health care and personal care assistants. This made living more expensive and less luxurious than it could be for many adults in this age group. He took on the mission of creating several communities that fill this gap by organizing bustling communities with the amenities seen at vacation resorts. Personally, Noah believes in conserving the environment and being a good steward of nature, which is why he strives to make all Larkspur facilities energy-efficient. He spends his free time with his Siberian Goshawk and enjoys practicing as a licensed falconer.
Carrie Ruckhardt oversees several age-based living communities as President of the Imprint Living. She has been improving the lives of people of advanced age for decades. As a student, she earned her master’s degree in social work from Binghamton University with a focus on gerontology. Professionally, she has an excellent track record when it comes to finding innovative solutions to regulatory hurdles. Her work with aging adults extends into the community as well, where she works with Argentum, a national organization focused on senior living, and the Rise Against Hunger Campaign.