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Meet Larry Prescott



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As Vice President of Operations, Larry Prescott brings more than two decades of Senior Care Industry experience and success to SeaCoast Elite Management, LLC.

Responsible for all aspects of community operations, Larry provides direction and oversight with emphasis on customer service and care, operational excellence, and revenue growth.  An experienced Senior level, Regional, and Executive Director, Larry’s efforts in the development, stability, and growth of today’s Senior Care Industry are readily evident in the Independent & Assisted Living, Memory Care, Skilled Nursing, Home Care, and CCRC’s of five major corporations that have benefited from his industry expertise and business acumen. 

Since graduating from University of South Florida in 2000 with dual-track Bachelor of Science degrees in Gerontology and Geriatric Administration, Larry has worked at all levels of the Senior Care Industry, including small communities and large corporate facilities. Larry readily fostered the skills necessary to become a respected leader in the industry and he takes great pride in sharing his wealth of knowledge and experience with industry professionals as a Florida Department of Elder Affairs Assisted Living CORE Trainer, Certified ECC Supervisor, Certified Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Trainer, and Certified Dementia Practitioner.

A native Floridian and consummate southern gentleman, Larry was raised on a farm where he learned first-hand the true value of respecting and appreciating his elders. That same respect and appreciation for our aging population remains the cornerstone of Larry’s personal and professional efforts. 

When Larry is not taking care of our residents, he loves spending time with his family. His hobbies are cooking, fishing, and boating.


Larry is honored to be a part of the SeaCoast team.

“My primary focus is to create and maintain optimum living for all our residents through a culture of shared investment and inspiration in our communities”

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