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Full title: Application to Employ Toby Shea of OnePoint Partners LLC as Chief Restructuring Officer Filed by Debtor The Prospect-Woodward Home (Graham, Owen) (Entered: 09/01/2021)

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The above-captioned debtor (“Hillside Village” or the “Debtor”) hereby submits this application (this “Application”) for entry of order, substantially in the form attached hereto as Exhibit A (the “Proposed Order”), pursuant to sections 105(a) and 363(b) of title 11 of the United States Code (the “Bankruptcy Code”) (i) authorizing the Debtor to continue the employment of OnePoint Partners (“OnePoint”) to provide a chief restructuring officer (“CRO”) and additional staff (the “Additional Staff”) on the terms set forth in the engagement letter and addendum (collectively, the “Engagement Letter”) and (ii) designating Toby Shea (“Mr. Shea”) as CRO nunc pro tunc to the Petition Date.Because OnePoint will not be retained as a professional under Bankruptcy Code section 327, OnePoint will not be required to submit fee applications pursuant to Bankruptcy Code sections 330 and 331.Designating Toby Shea as Chief Restructuring Officer Nunc Pro Tunc to the Petition Date (the “Application)2 of the Debtor for entry of an order (this “Order”) to continue the employment and retention of OnePoint Partners (“OnePoint”) to provide a chief restructuring officer (“CRO”) and certain additional staff (the “Additional Staff”) on the terms set forth in the engagement letter and addendum (collectively, the “Engagement Letter”), and (ii) designating Toby Shea (“Mr. Shea”) as CRO nunc pro tunc to the Petition Date; the Court having reviewed the Application, Shea Declaration, and the First Day Declaration; and the Court having jurisdiction over this matter pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 157 and §§ 1334(b); and the Court having found that this matter is a core proceeding pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 157(b)(2); and the Court having found that venue of this proceeding and the Application in this district is proper pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §§ 1408 and 1409; and the Court having determined that the relief requested in the Application is 1This Addendum serves to update the existing contract (the “Contract”) between OnePoint Partners LLC (“OnePoint” or “we”) and The Prospect-Woodward Home d/b/a Hillside Village Keene (“HVK” or “you”) effective as of December 1, 2020 (the “Effective Date”) pursuant to which OnePoint has been engaged to act as Chief Restructuring Officer and advisor to HVK to provide restructuring, financial, and transaction advisory services as set forth in the Contract.In the event that OnePoint is employed postpetition as a “professional person” pursuant to Bankruptcy Code sections 327 or 328, Bankruptcy Court approval will generally be required to pay OnePoint’s fees and expenses for postpetition services.

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IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE In re: ) Chapter 11 ) The Prospect-Woodward Home, ) Case No. 21-10523 (BAH) ) Debtor.1 ) ) EX PARTE APPLICATION OF THE DEBTOR FOR ENTRY OF AN ORDER (I) AUTHORIZING THE RETENTION AND EMPLOYMENT OF ONEPOINT PARTNERS, LLC TO PROVIDE A CHIEF RESTRUCTURING OFFICER AND ADDITIONAL STAFF AND (II) DESIGNATING TOBY SHEA AS CHIEF RESTRUCTURING OFFICER NUNC PRO TUNC TO THE PETITION DATE The above-captioned debtor (“Hillside Village” or the “Debtor”) hereby submits this application (this “Application”) for entry of order, substantially in the form attached hereto as Exhibit A (the “Proposed Order”), pursuant to sections 105(a) and 363(b) of title 11 of the United States Code (the “Bankruptcy Code”) (i) authorizing the Debtor to continue the employment of OnePoint Partners (“OnePoint”) to provide a chief restructuring officer (“CRO”) and additional staff (the “Additional Staff”) on the terms set forth in the engagement letter and addendum (collectively, the “Engagement Letter”) and (ii) designating Toby Shea (“Mr. Shea”) as CRO nunc pro tunc to the Petition Date. In support of the Application, the Debtor relies upon and incorporates by reference the Declaration of Toby Shea in Support of the Ex Parte Application of the Debtor for Entry of an Order (I) Authorizing the Retention and Employment of OnePoint Partners, LLC to Provide a Chief Restructuring Officer and Additional Staff and (II) Designating Toby Shea as Chief Restructuring Officer Nunc Pro Tunc to the Petition Date (the “Shea Declaration”) attached 1 The last four digits of the Debtor’s federal taxpayer identification are 2146. The address of the Debtor’s headquarters is 95 Wyman Road, Keene, New Hampshire 03431

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hereto as Exhibit B. In further support of the Application, the Debtor respectfully represents as follows: JURISDICTION AND VENUE 1. This Court has jurisdiction to consider this Application pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §§ 157 and 1334. This is a core proceeding under 28 U.S.C. § 157(b). 2. Venue is proper pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §§ 1408 and 1409. 3. The statutory predicates for the relief requested herein are Bankruptcy Code sections 105(a) and 363(b). BACKGROUND 4. On August 30, 2021(the “Petition Date”), the Debtor commenced this case by filing a voluntary petition for relief under chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code (the “Chapter 11 Case”). 5. The factual background regarding the Debtor, including business operations, capital and debt structure, and the events leading to the filing of the Chapter 11 Case is set forth in the Declaration of Toby Shea, Chief Restructuring Officer, in Support of the Debtor’s First Day Pleadings [Docket No. 24] (the “First Day Declaration”) which is incorporated herein by reference. 6. The Debtor continues to operate and manage its business as a debtor in possession pursuant to Bankruptcy Code sections 1107 and 1108. 7. No trustee, examiner, or creditors’ committee has been appointed in the Chapter 11 Case. 8. As described more fully in the First Day Declaration, the Debtor began to face significant financial challenges in 2020. The Debtor engaged OnePoint to provide Mr. Shea as CRO and provide the Additional Staff, effective as of December 1, 2020 on the terms set forth in the Engagement Letter. Since that time, OnePoint has worked closely with the Debtor’s

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management, Board of Trustee (the “Board”), and other professionals to become intimately familiar with the Debtor’s business, financial affairs, and capital structure. RELIEF REQUESTED 9. By this Application, the Debtor seeks entry of the Proposed Order, pursuant to Bankruptcy Code section 105(a) and 363(b), authorizing the continued employment of OnePoint and approving the Engagement Letter, which is attached to the Shea Declaration as Exhibit 1. Specifically, the Debtor requests that the Court designate Mr. Shea as the Debtor’s CRO nunc pro tunc to the Petition Date and authorize OnePoint to provide Additional Staff as necessary to assist Mr. Shea in the performance of his duties as CRO. 10. The relief requested herein is necessary to the administration of the Chapter 11 Case. The retention of OnePoint and designation of Mr. Shea as CRO will substantially enhance the Debtor’s attempts to maximize the value of its estate. The Debtor requires the services of an experienced CRO and crisis manager to guide existing management through the Chapter 11 Case. I. Qualifications 11. OnePoint and Mr. Shea specialize in providing operational, financial, and industry expertise to management, boards, and investors in the senior living sector. Mr. Shea has provided long-term strategic planning, financial modeling, debt restructuring, asset disposition, and forecasting services to clients. Mr. Shea regularly provides restructuring and advisory services to parties in a broad array of distressed corporate settings. Mr. Shea’s recent restructuring experience includes serving as CRO for GKS Corp d/b/a The American Inn for Retirement Living, providing advisory services to Baptist Home of Philadelphia d/b/a Deer Meadows Retirement Community, and advising the purchaser in Westchester Meadows to Bethel Methodist Homes.

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II. Scope of Services 12. Subject to approval by the Court, the Debtor proposes to retain OnePoint to provide Mr. Shea as CRO and to provide the Additional Staff on the terms and conditions set forth in the Engagement Letter, except as otherwise explicitly set forth herein or in any order granting this Application. 13. Among other things, Mr. Shea will serve as CRO and, together with the Additional Personnel shall: a. Lead Management Oversight/Cash Management. Serve as the Debtor’s designated officer in oversight and communication with management and other staff on matters relating to operations, budgeting, cash management, and resident communications. b. Lead Restructuring and Transaction Activities. Serve as the Debtor’s designated officer in leading its restructuring and transaction activities. Work with the other professionals to explore, evaluate, and analyze all transaction options. c. Advise the Board. Lead all professionals in informing and advising the Board and Task Force, as appropriate, and/or their designees, on transaction options and recommendations. Execute on the Board’s transaction decisions. d. Communicate with Stakeholders. Serve as the Debtor’s designee regarding engagement with internal and external stakeholders, including the Bond Trustee, Residents, and other creditors as needed. e. Strategic Advisory Efforts. Provide the Debtor with strategic analysis with regard to the Debtor’s operations, including market positioning/pricing, operational analysis, and financial feasibility monitoring. f. Bankruptcy Activities. Serve as the Debtor’s designated officer in the Chapter 11 Case and have the following duties, powers, and responsibilities in connection with the work to be performed during the Chapter 11 Case: (i) Provide information and analysis for the inclusion in any filings and provide testimony related thereto. (ii) Coordinate preparation of schedules, statements of financial affairs, and list of creditors.

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(iii) Work with the Debtor’s counsel on negotiations with parties in interest. (iv) Coordinate preparation of monthly operating reports and any other reports required by the United States Trustee. (v) Coordinate preparation of monthly cash flow projections for any cash collateral or debtor in possession financing pleadings. (vi) Work with the Debtor’s professionals on documents related to the sale of the Debtor’s assets pursuant to Bankruptcy Code section 363. (vii) Work with the Debtor’s counsel on the formulation and execution of a liquidating plan. 14. By separate applications, the Debtor also seeks to employ: (a) Polsinelli PC as restructuring counsel; (b) SilverBloom Consulting, LLC to provide interim chief financial officer and controller functions; (c) Donlin, Recano & Company, Inc. as claims, noticing, and administrative agent; (d) Hinckley, Allen & Snyder LLP as local and general corporate counsel; and (e) Grandbridge Real Estate Capital as investment banker. The Debtor may also seek authority to employ certain ordinary course professionals. 15. While certain aspects of the representations may necessarily involve OnePoint, the Debtor believes that the services OnePoint will provide will be complimentary to, rather than duplicative of, the services to be provided by any other professional in the Chapter 11 Case. OnePoint will work closely with the other professionals retained by the Debtor to prevent unnecessary or inefficient duplication of services and will take whatever steps are necessary and appropriate to avoid any such unnecessary duplication. III. Professional Compensation and Fees 16. The Debtor proposed to compensate and reimburse OnePoint for actual, reasonable out-of-pocket and direct expenses incurred in accordance with the Engagement Letter.

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17. OnePoint’s compensation for professional services rendered to the Debtor by Mr. Shea and Tom Brod shall be $45,000 per month. Any charges for hourly services provided by the Additional Staff in connection with the Engagement Letter will be made at OnePoint's agreed upon and customary hourly rates, as set forth in the following schedule:
Table 1 on page 6. Back to List of Tables
Role Hourly Rate
Operations –Managing Director $350 (Rob Clark)
Operations –Director $200 (Rob Fallon)
Advisory –Partner $500.00 (Erik Dalen/Michael Kivov)
Advisory –Director $200.00 (Jodi Bleier/Nicole Philbrick)
18. In addition, the Engagement Letter contemplates a completion fee of $150,000 upon (i) the confirmation of a plan of reorganization; (ii) the sale of substantially all of the assets of the Debtor; (iii) the merger or consolidation of the Debtor with or into any other entity in one or more transactions, or (iv) restructuring of the Debtor’s outstanding bond obligations. 19. If the Court approves the relief requested herein, OnePoint will be retained pursuant to Bankruptcy Code section 363. Because OnePoint will not be retained as a professional under Bankruptcy Code section 327, OnePoint will not be required to submit fee applications pursuant to Bankruptcy Code sections 330 and 331. Instead, OnePoint will file with the Court, with counsel to counsel to the Bond Trustee, the U.S. Trustee, and counsel to any committee appointed in the Chapter Case (collectively, the “Notice Parties”), an activities and expense report for the previous month (the “Staffing Report”). Such Staffing Report shall include the activities performed by Mr. Shea and the Additional Staff for the prior month and itemize the expenses incurred for the relevant period. 20. This type of arrangement is consistent and typical of other firms who provide similar services under similar circumstances. The Debtor submits that the rates charged by OnePoint are reasonable, market-based, and designed to fairly compensate OnePoint for its work.

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21. OnePoint received a $140,000 retainer in connection with preparing for and conducting the filing of the Chapter 11 Case. In the ninety days prior to the Petition Date, OnePoint received retainers and payments totaling $444,143.75 in the aggregate for services performed for the Debtor. OnePoint has applied these funds to amounts due for services rendered and expenses incurred prior to the Petition Date. IV. Indemnification 22. As a material part of the consideration for which OnePoint has agreed to provide the services described herein, the Debtor has agreed to indemnify OnePoint as set forth in the Engagement Letter. The Debtor requests that it be permitted to indemnify OnePoint for any acts of decisions made by Mr. Shea in connection with the services performed. V. Disinterestedness 23. To the best of the Debtor’s knowledge, information, and belief, OnePoint (a) has no connection with the Debtor, its creditors, other parties in interest, or attorneys or accountants of any of the foregoing, or any person employed by the U.S. Trustee; and (b) does not hold any interest materially adverse to the Debtor’s estate. 24. Though the Debtor submits that retention of OnePoint is not governed by Bankruptcy Code section 327, the Debtor nevertheless submit that OnePoint is a “disinterested person” as defined by Bankruptcy Code section 101(14). BASIS FOR RELIEF 25. The Debtor seeks approval of the retention of OnePoint pursuant to Bankruptcy Code section 363, nunc pro tunc to the Petition Date. Bankruptcy Code section 363(b)(1) provides, in relevant part, that “[t]he trustee, after notice and a hearing, may use, sell, or lease, other than in the ordinary course of business, property of the estate.” 11 U.S.C. § 363(b)(1). Further, pursuant

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to Bankruptcy Code section 105(a), the “court may issue any order, process, or judgment that is necessary or appropriate to carry out the provisions of this title.” 11 U.S.C. § 105(a). 26. A debtor’s proposed use of its assets under Bankruptcy Code section 363(b) will be approved it represents a reasonable execution of business judgment. See, e.g., Comm. of Equity Sec. Holders v. Lionel Corp. (In re Lionel Corp.), 722 F.2d 1063, 1070 (2d Cir. 1983) (“The rule we adopt requires that a judge determining a §363(b) application expressly find from the evidence presented before him at the hearing a good business reason to grant such an application.”); Comm. of Asbestos-Related Litigants v. Johns-Manville Corp. (In re Johns- Manville Corp.), 60 B.R. 612, 616 (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. 1986) (“Where the debtor articulates a reasonable basis for its business decisions (as distinct from a decision made arbitrarily or capriciously), courts will generally not entertain objections to the debtor’s conduct”). 27. Courts in this and other districts have repeatedly approved applications to retain chief restructuring officers and other interim corporate officers pursuant to Bankruptcy Code section 363(b). See, e.g., In re 4 West Holdings, Inc., Case No. 18-30777 (HDH) [Docket No. 263] (Bankr. N.D. Tex. Apr. 18, 2018); In re ADPT DFW Holdings LLC, Case No. 17-31432 (SGJ) [Docket No. 208] (Bankr. N.D. Tex. May 19, 2017); In re Ignite Restaurant Group, Inc., Case No. 17-33550 (DRJ) [Docket No. 255] (Bankr. S.D. Tex. June 28, 2017); In re EBH Topco, LLC, Case No. 18-11212 (BLS) [Docket No. 211] (Bankr. D. Del. June 26, 2018). See also, In re Nine West Holdings, Inc., 588 B.R. 678, 692 (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. 2018) (“As is evident from the plethora of case law cited by the Debtors and A & M, courts in this District and elsewhere have entered orders permitting management consultant firms to be retained under section 363(b) based upon a finding that the engagement satisfies the business-judgment standard, without requiring applicants to meet a separate burden of proof under section 327(a).”).

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28. The Debtor submits that the retention of OnePoint is a sound exercise of the Debtor’s business judgment. Mr. Shea has extensive experience as a senior officer and as an advisor for many troubled companies in similar industries. Based upon the foregoing, the Debtor submits that the retention of OnePoint, and the designation of Mr. Shea as Chief Restructuring Officer on the terms set forth herein and in the Engagement Letter, is essential, appropriate, and in the best interests of the Debtor’s estates, creditors, and other parties in interest and should be granted in these Chapter 11 Case. WAIVER OF BANKRUPTCY RULES 29. To the extent that any aspect of the relief sought herein constitutes a use of property under Bankruptcy Code section 363(b), the Debtor seeks a waiver of the notice requirements under Bankruptcy Rule 6004(a) and the fourteen day stay under Bankruptcy Rule 6004(h), to the extent applicable. See Fed. R. Bankr. P. 6004(a), (h). As described above, the relief that the Debtor seeks in this Application is immediately necessary in order for the Debtor to be able to continue to operate its businesses and preserve the value of its estate. The Debtor respectfully requests that the Court waive the notice requirements imposed by Bankruptcy Rule 6004(a) and the fourteen day stay imposed by Bankruptcy Rule 6004(h), as the exigent nature of the relief sought herein justifies immediate relief. WAIVER OF MEMORANDUM OF LAW 30. The Debtor requests that the Court waive and dispense with the requirement set forth in LBR 7102(b)(2) that any motion filed shall have an accompanying memorandum of law. The legal authorities upon which the Debtor relies are set forth in the Application. Accordingly, the Debtor submits that a waiver of the requirements set forth in LBR 7102(b)(2) is appropriate under the circumstances.

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NOTICE 31. Notice of the Application has been provided to: (a) the Office of the United States Trustee for the District of New Hampshire; (b) counsel to the New Hampshire Insurance Department; (c) the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of New Hampshire; (d) counsel to UMB Bank, as indenture trustee; (e) the Debtor’s twenty (20) largest unsecured creditors; and (f) any party filing a notice of appearance in this Chapter 11 Case. 32. The Debtor submits that, in light of the nature of the relief requested, no further notice of this Application is required. NO PRIOR REQUEST 33. No prior request for the relief sought herein has been made to this Court or any other court.

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WHEREFORE, the Debtor respectfully requests entry of an order, substantially in the form attached hereto as Exhibit A, granting the relief requested herein and granting such other relief as is just and proper. Dated: September 1, 2021 /s/ Owen W. Graham HINCKLEY, ALLEN & SNYDER LLP Daniel M. Deschenes (Bar No. 14889) Owen R. Graham (Bar No. 266701) 650 Elm Street Manchester, New Hampshire 03101 Telephone: (603) 225-4334 Facsimile: (603) 224-8350 ddeschenes@hinckleyallen.com -and- Jennifer V. Doran (Pro Hac Vice Pending) 28 State Street Boston, Massachusetts 02109 Telephone: (617) 345-9000 Facsimile: (617) 345-9020 jdoran@hinckleyallen.com -and- POLSINELLI PC Jeremy R. Johnson (Admitted Pro Hac Vice) Stephen J. Astringer (Admitted Pro Hac Vice) 600 Third Avenue, 42nd Floor New York, New York 10016 Telephone: (212) 684-0199 Facsimile: (212) 684-0197 jeremy.johnson@polsinelli.com sastringer@polsinelli.com Proposed Counsel to the Debtor and Debtor in Possession

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Exhibit A Proposed Order

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IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE In re: ) Chapter 11 ) Prospect-Woodward Home, ) Case No. 21-10523 (BAH) ) Debtor. 1 ) Re: Docket No. _____ ) ORDER (I) AUTHORIZING THE RETENTION AND EMPLOYMENT OF ONEPOINT PARTNERS, LLC TO PROVIDE A CHIEF RESTRUCTURING OFFICER AND ADDITIONAL STAFF AND (II) DESIGNATING TOBY SHEA AS CHIEF RESTRUCTURING OFFICER NUNC PRO TUNC TO THE PETITION DATE Upon the Ex Parte Application of the Debtor for Entry of an Order (I) Authorizing the Retention and Employment of OnePoint Partners, LLC to Provide a Chief Restructuring Officer and Additional Staff and (II) Designating Toby Shea as Chief Restructuring Officer Nunc Pro Tunc to the Petition Date (the “Application)2 of the Debtor for entry of an order (this “Order”) to continue the employment and retention of OnePoint Partners (“OnePoint”) to provide a chief restructuring officer (“CRO”) and certain additional staff (the “Additional Staff”) on the terms set forth in the engagement letter and addendum (collectively, the “Engagement Letter”), and (ii) designating Toby Shea (“Mr. Shea”) as CRO nunc pro tunc to the Petition Date; the Court having reviewed the Application, Shea Declaration, and the First Day Declaration; and the Court having jurisdiction over this matter pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 157 and §§ 1334(b); and the Court having found that this matter is a core proceeding pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 157(b)(2); and the Court having found that venue of this proceeding and the Application in this district is proper pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §§ 1408 and 1409; and the Court having determined that the relief requested in the Application is 1 The last four digits of the Debtor’s federal taxpayer identification are 2146. The address of the Debtor’s headquarters is 95 Wyman Road, Keene, New Hampshire 03431. 2 Capitalized terms used but not otherwise defined herein shall have the meanings ascribed to them in the Application.

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in the best interests of the Debtor, the estate, creditors, and other parties in interest; and it appearing that proper and adequate notice of the Application has been given and that no other or further notice is necessary; and upon the record herein; and after due deliberation thereon; and good and sufficient cause appearing therefore, it is hereby ORDERED, ADJUDGED, AND DECREED THAT: 1. The Application is GRANTED as set forth herein. 2. The Debtor is authorized to retain OnePoint and designate Mr. Shea as CRO under the terms of the Engagement Letter, subject to the following terms: a. OnePoint and its affiliates shall not act in any other capacity in connection with the Chapter 11 Case. b. In the event the Debtor seeks to have OnePoint personnel assume executive officer positions that are different than the positions disclosed in the Application, or to materially change the terms of the engagement by either (i) modifying the functions of personnel, (ii) adding new executive officers, or (iii) altering or expanding the scope of the engagement, a motion to modify the retention shall be filed. c. OnePoint will file with the Court, with counsel to counsel to the Bond Trustee, the U.S. Trustee, and counsel to any committee appointed in the Chapter Case (collectively, the “Notice Parties”) an activities and expense report for the previous month (the “Staffing Report”). Such Staffing Report shall include the activities performed by Mr. Shea and the Additional Staff for the prior month and itemize the expenses incurred for the relevant period. All staffing shall be subject to review by the Court in the event an objection is filed. d. No principal, employee or independent contractor of OnePoint and its affiliates shall serve as a director of any of the above-captioned Debtor during the pendency of the Chapter 11 Case. e. OnePoint shall file with the Court, and provide notice to the Notice Parties, reports of compensation earned and expenses incurred on a monthly basis, which may be consolidated with its Staffing Report. Such reports shall contain summary charts which describe the services provided, identify the compensation earned by each executive officer and staff employee provided, and itemize the expenses incurred. All compensation shall be subject to review by the Court in the event an objection is filed. Notwithstanding the requirements of paragraph (e) above, the Debtor is

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authorized, but not directed, to pay, in the ordinary course of business, all amounts invoiced by OnePoint for fees and expenses incurred in connection with OnePoint’s retention. f. For a period of three years after the conclusion of the engagement, neither OnePoint nor any of its affiliates shall make any investments in the Debtor or the Reorganized Debtor. g. OnePoint shall disclose any and all facts that may have a bearing on whether OnePoint, its affiliates, and/or any individuals working on the engagement have any interest materially adverse to the interests of the Debtor’s estates or of any class of creditors, by reason of any direct or indirect relationship to, connection with, or interest in, the Debtors, or for any other reason. The obligation to disclose identified in this subparagraph is a continuing obligation. 3. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the Application, the Engagement Letter or the Shea Declaration, the reimbursement provisions allowing for reimbursement of fees and expenses incurred in connection with participating in, preparing for, or responding to any action, claim, suit, or proceeding brought by or against any party that relates to the services provided under the Engagement Letter and fees for defending any objection to OnePoint’s fee applications or requests under the Bankruptcy Code are not approved pending further order of the Court. 4. All payments made pursuant to this Order shall be subject to any interim or final order entered by the Court governing the Debtor’s right to the use the Bond Trustee’s cash collateral, including the budget attached thereto. 5. The Debtor is authorized to take all actions it deems necessary to effectuate the relief granted pursuant to this Order in accordance with the Application. 6. Notwithstanding any Bankruptcy Rule that might otherwise delay the effectiveness of this Order, the terms and conditions of this Order shall be immediately effective and enforceable upon its entry.

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7. This Court shall retain jurisdiction over any and all matters arising from the interpretation, implementation, or enforcement of this Order. Dated: __________________________, 2021 Bruce A. Harwood Chief Bankruptcy Judge

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Exhibit B Shea Declaration

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IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE In re: ) Chapter 11 ) The Prospect-Woodward Home, ) Case No. 21-10523 (BAH) ) Debtor.1 ) ) DECLARATION OF TOBY SHEA IN SUPPORT OF THE EX PARTE APPLICATION OF THE DEBTOR FOR ENTRY OF AN ORDER (I) AUTHORIZING THE RETENTION AND EMPLOYMENT OF ONEPOINT PARTNERS, LLC TO PROVIDE A CHIEF RESTRUCTURING OFFICER AND ADDITIONAL STAFF AND (II) DESIGNATING TOBY SHEA AS CHIEF RESTRUCTURING OFFICER NUNC PRO TUNC TO THE PETITION DATE I, Toby Shea, make this declaration (“Declaration”) pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1746 and state: 1. I am a Partner at OnePoint Partners (“OnePoint”). This Declaration is made in support of the Ex Parte Application of the Debtor for Entry of an Order (I) Authorizing the Retention and Employment of OnePoint Partners, LLC to Provide a Chief Restructuring Officer and Additional Staff and (II) Designating Toby Shea as Chief Restructuring Officer Nunc Pro Tunc to the Petition Date (the “Application”). 2 2. OnePoint and I specialize in providing operational, financial, and industry expertise to management, boards, and investors in the senior living sector. I have provided long-term strategic planning, financial modeling, debt restructuring, asset disposition, and forecasting services to clients. I regularly provide restructuring and advisory services to parties in a broad array of distressed corporate settings. My recent restructuring experience includes serving as CRO for GKS Corp d/b/a The American Inn for Retirement Living, providing advisory services to 1 The last four digits of the Debtor’s federal taxpayer identification are 2146. The address of the Debtor’s headquarters is 95 Wyman Road, Keene, New Hampshire 03431 2 Capitalized terms used but not otherwise defined in this Declaration shall have the meanings ascribed to them in the Application.

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Baptist Home of Philadelphia d/b/a Deer Meadows Retirement Community, and advising the purchaser in Westchester Meadows to Bethel Methodist Homes. I. Scope of Services 3. Subject to approval by the Court, the Debtor proposes to retain OnePoint to provide me as CRO and to provide the Additional Staff on the terms and conditions set forth in the Engagement Letter, except as otherwise explicitly set forth herein or in any order granting this Application. 4. Among other things, I will serve as CRO and, together with the Additional Personnel shall: a. Lead Management Oversight/Cash Management. Serve as the Debtor’s designated officer in oversight and communication with management and other staff on matters relating to operations, budgeting, cash management, and resident communications. b. Lead Restructuring and Transaction Activities. Serve as the Debtor’s designated officer in leading its restructuring and transaction activities. Work with the other professionals to explore, evaluate, and analyze all transaction options. c. Advise the Board. Lead all professionals in informing and advising the Board and Task Force, as appropriate, and/or their designees, on transaction options and recommendations. Execute on the Board’s transaction decisions. d. Communicate with Stakeholders. Serve as the Debtor’s designee regarding engagement with internal and external stakeholders, including the Bond Trustee, Residents, and other creditors as needed. e. Strategic Advisory Efforts. Provide the Debtor with strategic analysis with regard to the Debtor’s operations, including market positioning/pricing, operational analysis, and financial feasibility monitoring. f. Bankruptcy Activities. Serve as the Debtor’s designated officer in the Chapter 11 Case and have the following duties, powers, and responsibilities in connection with the work to be performed during the Chapter 11 Case: (i) Provide information and analysis for the inclusion in any filings and provide testimony related thereto.

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(ii) Coordinate preparation of schedules, statements of financial affairs, and list of creditors. (iii) Work with the Debtor’s counsel on negotiations with parties in interest. (iv) Coordinate preparation of monthly operating reports and any other reports required by the United States Trustee. (v) Coordinate preparation of monthly cash flow projections for any cash collateral or debtor in possession financing pleadings. (vi) Work with the Debtor’s professionals on documents related to the sale of the Debtor’s assets pursuant to Bankruptcy Code section 363. (vii) Work with the Debtor’s counsel on the formulation and execution of a liquidating plan. 5. By separate applications, the Debtor also seeks to employ: (a) Polsinelli PC as restructuring counsel; (b) SilverBloom Consulting, LLC to provide interim chief financial officer and controller functions; (c) Donlin, Recano & Company, Inc. as claims, noticing, and administrative agent; (d) Hinckley, Allen & Snyder LLP as local and general corporate counsel; and (e) Grandbridge Real Estate Capital as investment banker. The Debtor may also seek authority to employ certain ordinary course professionals. 6. While certain aspects of the representations may necessarily involve OnePoint, the Debtor believes that the services OnePoint will provide will be complimentary to, rather than duplicative of, the services to be provided by any other professional in the Chapter 11 Case. OnePoint will work closely with the other professionals retained by the Debtor to prevent unnecessary or inefficient duplication of services and will take whatever steps are necessary and appropriate to avoid any such unnecessary duplication. II. Professional Compensation and Fees 7. OnePoint's requested compensation includes actual, reasonable out-of-pocket and direct expenses incurred in accordance with the Engagement Letter.

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8. OnePoint’s requested compensation for professional services rendered to the Debtor by Tom Brod and me shall be $45,000 per month. Any charges for hourly services provided by the Additional Staff in connection with the Engagement Letter will be made at OnePoint's agreed upon and customary hourly rates, as set forth in the following schedule:
Table 1 on page 21. Back to List of Tables
Role Hourly Rate
Operations –Managing Director $350 (Rob Clark)
Operations –Director $200 (Rob Fallon)
Advisory –Partner $500.00 (Erik Dalen/Michael Kivov)
Advisory –Director $200.00 (Jodi Bleier/Nicole Philbrick)
9. In addition, the Engagement Letter contemplates a completion fee of $150,000 upon (i) the confirmation of a plan of reorganization; (ii) the sale of substantially all of the assets of the Debtor; (iii) the merger or consolidation of the Debtor with or into any other entity in one or more transactions, or (iv) restructuring of the Debtor’s outstanding bond obligations. 10. OnePoint received a $140,000 retainer in connection with preparing for and conducting the filing of the Chapter 11 Case. In the ninety days prior to the Petition Date, OnePoint received retainers and payments totaling $444,143.75 in the aggregate for services performed for the Debtor. OnePoint has applied these funds to amounts due for services rendered and expenses incurred prior to the Petition Date. III. Indemnification 11. As a material part of the consideration for which OnePoint has agreed to provide the services described herein, the Debtor has agreed to indemnify OnePoint as set forth in the Engagement Letter. The Debtor requests that it be permitted to indemnify OnePoint for any acts of decisions made by me in connection with the services performed. IV. Disinterestedness 12. OnePoint has requested and obtained a list of interested parties in the Chapter 11 Case (the “Potential Parties in Interest”). The list of Potential Parties in Interest is attached hereto

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as Exhibit 2. I have determined that no known relationships exist with the Potential Parties in Interest. 13. By reason of the foregoing, I believe OnePoint is eligible for retention by the Debtors pursuant to Bankruptcy Code sections 105(a) and 363(b) and the applicable Bankruptcy Rules and Local Rules. 14. To the extent OnePoint discovers any facts bearing on the matters described herein during the period of OnePoint’s retention, OnePoint undertakes to amend and supplement the information contained in this Declaration to disclose such facts. 15. I am generally familiar with the Bankruptcy Code and the Bankruptcy Rules, and OnePoint will comply with them, subject to the Orders of this Court. I certify under penalty of perjury under the laws of the United States that, to the best of my knowledge and after reasonable inquiry, the foregoing is true and correct. Executed this 1st day of September, 2021 /s/ Toby Shea Topsfield, Massachusetts Toby Shea

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Exhibit 1 Engagement Letter and Addendum

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  December 7, 2020    Mrs. Nancy Crawford  Chair of the Board of Trustees  The Prospect‐Woodward Home d/b/a Hillside Village Keene  95 Wyman Road  Keene, NH 03431    Re:  Proposal for Services – Chief Restructuring Officer    Dear Ms. Crawford:    This letter agreement (the “Agreement”) confirms the terms and conditions of the retention of OnePoint Partners LLC (“OnePoint” or “we”) by The Prospect‐Woodward Home d/b/a Hillside Village Keene (“HVK” or “you”) effective as of December 1, 2020 (the “Effective Date”) pursuant to which OnePoint has been engaged to act as Chief Restructuring Officer and advisor to HVK to provide restructuring, financial, and transaction advisory services as set forth below. The parties hereto agree that  the  previous  engagement  letter  between  the  parties  dated  October  15,  2020  (the  “Prior Engagement Agreement”) is consensually terminated as of December 1, 2020. We have been retained by HVK and will report to the Board of Trustees of HVK (the “Board”) and the special committee of the board delegated with oversight of the financial restructuring of HVK (the “Task Force”).    SCOPE OF SERVICES      On the terms and subject to the conditions of this Agreement, OnePoint will provide to HVK the following restructuring, financial, and transaction advisory services (collectively, the “Services”):    (a) Provide Toby Shea to serve as Chief Restructuring Officer (“CRO”) of HVK which position will be a duly‐appointed officer of HVK and a member of HVK’s senior executive team;   (b) The CRO will report to the Task Force and to the Board;   (c) The CRO will be responsible for the following:    i) Lead Management Oversight/Cash Management – Serve as HVK’s designated officer in oversight of and communication with the Manager and other HVK staff, on such matters relating to operations, budgeting, cash management, resident communications, etc.  This service is intended to relieve current board members from involvement in the day‐to‐day oversight of the Manager.    ii) Lead the Company’s Restructuring and Transaction Activities – Serve as HVK’s designated officer in leading its restructuring and transaction activities. The CRO will be supported by 

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December 7, 2020  Page 2  the OnePoint team, as well as HVK’s legal and other advisors, to explore, evaluate and analyze HVK’s available transaction options.    iii) Advise the Board – Lead HVK’s team of advisors in informing and advising the Board of Trustees (Board) and the Task Force, as appropriate, and/or their designees, on transaction options  and  recommendations.  The  Board  is  the  ultimate  decision‐making  body responsible for determining the transaction path and method of implementation. The CRO will serve as HVK’s designated officer responsible for leading the execution of the Board’s (and Task Force’s) transaction decisions. The CRO will not serve as a member of the Board or Task Force and will have no voting authority respecting Board or Task Force decisions.    iv) Communicate with Stakeholders – Serve as HVK’s designee regarding engagement with internal  and  external  stakeholders,  particularly  economic  stakeholders  such  as bondholders, other creditors and, as needed, the residents. As CRO, Toby Shea and OnePoint will be empowered to speak on behalf of the Task Force and Board on matters relating to the restructuring.    v) Fiduciary Duty – Assist the HVK board is its requirement to carry out their fiduciary duties, as needed.    vi) Strategic Advisory Efforts – Provide HVK with certain strategic analysis with regard to the overall aspects of the Hillside operations, including market positioning/pricing, operational analysis, and financial feasibility modeling. OnePoint will perform an initial scope of strategic work, as outlined in Appendix I attached. HVK may request additional strategic advisory services from OnePoint, the fees for which will be determined at that time.    Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Agreement, HVK agrees that the CRO shall be authorized, in such capacity, to make decisions with respect to implementation of the Services set forth herein, and other such areas as the CRO may identify, in such manner, as the CRO deems appropriate, subject only to the direction, limitations, and parameters set by the Board and the Task Force and consistent with HVK’s bylaws and all applicable laws.  In the event there is a disagreement as to any direction, guidance or instruction to be given to OnePoint in connection with the foregoing Services, OnePoint shall take such final direction, guidance, and instruction provided by the Board.    HVK INFORMATION AND REPORTS  In order to fulfill the Services under this Agreement, it will be necessary for OnePoint to have access to HVK’s facilities and certain of HVK’s books, records and reports. In addition, it will be necessary for HVK personnel to have open and ongoing access to, and cooperation from, HVK’s management and certain other personnel. OnePoint will undertake the Services in a manner that will permit the business operations of HVK to proceed in an orderly fashion, subject to the requirements of this engagement. HVK agrees to furnish OnePoint with such information as OnePoint reasonably and in good faith believes appropriate for this assignment (all such information so furnished being the “Information”). HVK                                 

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December 7, 2020  Page 3  recognizes and confirms that OnePoint (i) will use and rely on the accuracy and completeness of the Information  and  on  Information  available  from  generally  recognized  public  sources  without independently verifying the same, (ii) does not assume responsibility for the accuracy, completeness or reasonableness of the Information and such other Information, and (iii) will not make an appraisal of any assets or liabilities (contingent or otherwise) of HVK. HVK shall advise OnePoint promptly upon obtaining any actual knowledge of the occurrence of any event or any other change in fact or circumstance upon which OnePoint formed part or all of its opinions, advice, or conclusions, or which could reasonably be expected to result in some or all of the Information being incorrect, inaccurate, or misleading. To the best of HVK’s knowledge, the Information to be furnished by or on behalf of HVK, when delivered, will be true and correct in all material respects and will not contain any material misstatement of fact or omit to state any material fact necessary to make the statements contained therein not misleading.    PROFESSIONAL FEES AND EXPENSES    For OnePoint’s provision of the Services hereunder, HVK agrees to pay to OnePoint professional Fees as follows:    (a) CRO Professional Fee:  HVK agrees to pay OnePoint a total fixed monthly amount of $45,000 as compensation for the provision of the services described herein, which amounts are payable in advance.     (b) Payment of Advisory Fees: In addition to the CRO Fee, HVK agrees to pay OnePoint professional fees relating to the Strategic Advisory work being performed (the “Advisory Fees”, and together with the CRO Fee, the “Fees”). The Company acknowledges that it believes that OnePoint’s general professional experience and expertise will inure to the benefit of HVK and that, accordingly, the fees to be paid to OnePoint hereunder are reasonable.  Compensation for these Strategic Advisory Services will be comprised of a Fixed Fee of $75,000, half of which ($37,500) is due upon execution of this engagement letter (already received), with the remainder due upon completion of our work. HVK may request additional strategic advisory services from OnePoint, the fees for which will be determined at that time. For avoidance of doubt, the $7,500 ongoing monthly fee for continuous updates to financial modeling, etc., as outlined in the Prior Engagement Letter, is eliminated.    (c) Completion Fee:  In addition to the CRO and Advisory fees outlined above, OnePoint shall have been deemed to have earned a “Completion Fee” of $150,000, payable upon either (i) the confirmation of a Plan of Reorganization; (ii) the sale of substantially all of the assets of HVK; (iii) the merger or consolidation of the Company with or into any other entity in one or more transactions, or (iv) restructuring of obligations pursuant to the Loan Indenture between HVK and UMB Bank, N.A., as Trustee. Such Completion Fee shall only be payable in the event OnePoint has maximized the value to all stakeholders, including the residents. The parties agree that the Completion Fee is not deferred compensation and no portion of the Completion Fee shall be payable if this Agreement is terminated by either party before any of the completion goals set forth in subparagraphs (i) through (iv) immediately above has been attained.                                    

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December 7, 2020  Page 4  (d) Expense  Reimbursement:    OnePoint’s  expenses,  such  as  travel,  lodging,  meals,  courier services, report production and reproduction, shipping, purchase of data and data graphics as applicable, postage and similar items are not included in the professional fee estimate and will be billed separately at cost. Note:  for mileage reimbursement, OnePoint uses the IRS Standard Mileage Rate, which is $0.575 per mile for 2020.      PAYMENT OBLIGATIONS AND BILLING    Payment Obligations. The obligations of HVK under this Agreement shall be joint and several obligations of HVK. Prior to commencing any proceedings under any insolvency regime, HVK shall pay all invoiced amounts outstanding, whether for Fees or Expenses or otherwise, to OnePoint by wire transfer of immediately available funds.    Billing. OnePoint will issue invoices to HVK for Fees earned and Expenses incurred during provision of the Services on a monthly basis. HVK agrees to make payments for the CRO Professional Fee on the first business day of each month, and any Advisory Fees or Expenses within three business days of receipt of an invoice. To ensure timely receipt of payment, all Fees and Expenses shall be made exclusively via wire transfer to the following account:    Salem Five Bank  495 Cabot St.  Beverly, MA 01915  Routing and Transit:        211370558  Business Checking account number:   10000586412    TERM OF AGREEMENT  This  Agreement  shall  terminate  upon  completion  of  the  Services,  outlined  above,  unless terminated earlier as outlined below. HVK may terminate this Agreement, with or without cause, on seven (7) days’ prior written notice to OnePoint. This Agreement may be terminated by OnePoint, with or without cause, on fifteen (15) days’ written notice to HVK. In the event that you terminate this engagement before its completion, [our invoices will be for the professional fees and expenses incurred through to and including the date of termination, based on a rate of $450.00 per hour].    COURT APPROVAL  It is possible that a filing under the Bankruptcy Code will become necessary or required.  In that event, HVK will use its reasonable best efforts to ensure that the court authorizes HVK to continue to honor its obligations under this Agreement, including all indemnification obligations hereunder and payment by HVK of all Fees and Expenses in accordance with the terms hereunder.    RELATIONSHIP OF THE PARTIES    The  relationship  between  HVK  and  OnePoint  is  one  of  principal  and  agent  under  an independent contractor relationship. HVK and OnePoint are not partners or joint venturers and it is agreed that no Party to this Agreement, and none of such Party’s representatives, shall be construed to                                 

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December 7, 2020  Page 5  be the partner, joint venturer, agent, employer, employee or representative of the other.       Upon and in accordance with the direction of HVK’s legal counsel, certain communications and correspondence between OnePoint and HVK, and certain reports and analyses prepared by OnePoint in connection with this Agreement and the matters contemplated hereby, will be designated as being subject to the attorney‐client communication and attorney work product privileges.    CONFIDENTIALITY  The information to be provided to OnePoint is confidential. The information will be  kept confidential and shall not, without prior consent of HVK, be disclosed by OnePoint in any manner whatsoever, in whole or in part, to any person unless otherwise permitted by HVK. It is further understood that any advice rendered by OnePoint pursuant to its engagement hereunder, including any advice rendered during the course of participating in negotiations and meetings of the leadership of HVK, as well as any written materials provided by OnePoint, will be solely for the benefit and confidential use of HVK and will not be reproduced, summarized, described or referred to or given to any other person for any purpose without the prior written consent of OnePoint.    INSURANCE    HVK shall maintain a directors, officers, and corporate liability insurance policy (the “Policy”) to cover the CRO in addition to the existing officers and directors serving in such positions. Upon request of OnePoint, HVK shall cause its insurance broker to send copies of all documentation and other communications regarding the Policy, including without limitation any renewal or cancellation thereof to the attention of the CRO. Upon any cancellation or nonrenewal of the Policy by the insurer, HVK shall exercise its rights to extend the claim period to a six‐year “discovery period” and shall exercise such rights and pay the premium required thereunder.    INDEMNIFICATION  One Point and Toby Shea, individually, shall be entitled to the indemnification provided to officers of HVK under Article X of the Bylaws of HVK. To the extent that this indemnification does not invalidate any insurance available to HVK, HVK agrees that OnePoint shall be and is indemnified, exonerated, and held harmless of, from and against any third party claim, loss, cost, damage, expense or other liability arising out of the performance by OnePoint of services under this Agreement, excepting only liability caused by wrongful acts or omissions of OnePoint committed willfully and in bad faith or as a result of gross negligence. This indemnity agreement shall include indemnity against all costs, expenses, and liabilities incurred in and in connection with any such claim or liability, or proceeding brought thereon, and the defense thereof with legal counsel reasonably acceptable to OnePoint. Any action taken or omitted by OnePoint in reliance on written advice from its accountant, with respect to financial reporting matters, or its legal counsel with respect to legal questions, shall be conclusively deemed to have been good faith effort. In no event shall OnePoint be liable for consequential, indirect, special, punitive or like damages on account of a default under this Agreement or otherwise.  ENTIRE AGREEMENT                                 

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December 7, 2020  Page 6  This letter comprises the complete and exclusive statement of the agreement between parties, superseding all proposals, oral or written, and all other communications between parties.  If any provision of this letter is determined to be unenforceable, all other provisions shall remain in force.        We appreciate the confidence you have placed in us by engaging us for these services, and we look forward to working with you on this project.  To indicate your concurrence with the contents of this proposal letter, please execute below and return one copy along with the requested retainer.      Sincerely,          TOBY B. SHEA, CFA      Please indicate your acceptance of the terms of this proposal by executing below.      THE PROSPECT‐WOODWARD HOME D/B/A HILLSIDE VILLAGE      _____________________________    ___________________________ Nancy Crawford          Title    _____________________________  Date                                   

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December 7, 2020  Page 7  APPENDIX I    STRATEGIC ADVISORY SERVICES  The overall objective of the Strategic Advisory undertaking will be to: 1) determine root cause(s) and key contributing factors to the occupancy and financial performance challenges at HVK; 2) develop potential strategies for repositioning the campus to be more successful; and 3) develop a potential future state for the campus that should provide for enhanced sustainability and performance. This will include for specific program recommendations and development of the roadmap for the execution strategy for the future state. Our recommended process for HVK includes the following steps/tasks:  Step 1 – Root Cause Analysis  Strategic Positioning Analysis:  We will conduct a strategic positioning analysis (sometimes also referred to as a “root cause analysis”) of HVK including all levels of care/products.  This is a thorough but concise analysis designed to focus on understanding and informing the client on a community’s positioning within the marketplace and its value equation relative to its peers.   Importantly it helps to identify vulnerabilities or areas of concern that need to be addressed in order to enhance competitiveness and marketability in the present and future.  It also is intended to explore and identify potential root causes or primary contributing factors to occupancy and sales  challenges  and  provide  recommendations  for  potential  strategies  to  address  these challenges, improve occupancy, and position the community to be successful over the longer‐term.    The  analysis  will  begin  with  an  examination  of  the  fundamental  dynamics  (demographics, competitive supply, and demand) impacting the market and HVK specifically, including for exploration of the site, local area, and key competitors.  Beyond this our analysis provides much more extensive and thorough analysis of both the product and price position of the community relative to its competition, including for an in‐depth analysis of the pricing structures and pricing at the subject and its primary competitors, to provide an “apples‐to‐apples” basis for comparison.   We also will explore and provide insight on other key market or strategic dynamics and factors, including industry and consumer trends, that we believe could be impacting the property.   Operational Evaluation & Financial Model Planning:  In distressed situations such as HVK, operations may be significantly impacted for various reasons that may be short‐term in nature.   These reasons range from unexpected regulatory changes to disaster recovery.  OnePoint assists providers in navigating these unique circumstances by reviewing the operations that are directly impacted by these events and providing a strategy to mitigate the effects until normal operations can resume.  HVK may be experiencing financial pressures related to the COVID‐19 worldwide pandemic, among other potential factors, and OnePoint will work with HVK to create a strategy that mitigates the impacts to performance, to be implemented immediately.  For  any  community  experiencing  challenges  with  occupancy  and  diminished  financial performance, we recommend an initial, independent evaluation of operations whereby OnePoint may be able to suggest certain items for consideration that could enhance the overall operation and performance for the benefit of all stakeholders. OnePoint will conduct an independent                                 

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December 7, 2020  Page 8  evaluation of HVK’s operations to provide you the benefit of insight from our broad and deep industry experience. This evaluation is designed to go beyond basic benchmarking. OnePoint will work with you first to better understand, and then help to explore, things like staffing structure and other cost centers with the goal of collectively identifying any areas where greater efficiencies or cost savings can be found. The overarching goal is to find potential benefits for the community without sacrificing anything that is essential to leadership’s mission and vision, or quality of care, level of service, and elements otherwise important to the identity and marketability of the community. Importantly, we will use what we have learned from this evaluation to better inform the analytical output that will be part of the financial modeling described below.  Financial Model Planning:  This initial step would involve steps towards developing a Base Case financial model of HVK’s existing operations. At the outset, we would review a preliminary version of the financial model (projected on a screen, if possible) together and discuss which model elements are relevant to HVK. We would also review assumptions that have been developed, such as revenue and expense drivers, in detail and develop a plan for how to approach the modeling of each component of HVK’s operations. This effort will consider both how HVK utilizes financial information, as well as how we will want to present our finding to bondholders and their professionals.        Step 2:  Development of Future State Strategies  Program Development:   More extensive and thorough analysis to determine and test viable future state concepts. In this step we further develop concepts into programs, and develop a firm picture of what a future state might look like, including size, product(s), unit mix, unit sizes, services, pricing strategies and price points, etc. The detailed illustrative future state program(s) that are the output of this task will be utilized as the basis for future state financial modeling.       Detailed Financial Analysis: Using the aforementioned output on future state concepts, OnePoint will develop a robust 10‐year financial projection model specifically tailored to its operations.  Specifically, the model will be structured so HVK can clearly see the impact of potential future state changes on operating performance. The model will be an interactive tool which can be used to test and establish baseline assumptions, project cash flows and analyze any future changes to the operating, development or financing plans. The undertaking builds off of the creation of the “baseline” financial projection model from Phase 1 which then allows for sensitivity testing of various future state concepts and assumptions. The first step is creation of a future “stabilized year” of operation; based on findings and input we then develop the detailed cash flow model to map out the process of getting from the current to the future state.  The overall purpose of this exercise is to evaluate the financial feasibility of HVK as it exists today, and then for comparison, after giving effect to any potential alterations to pricing and program as a result of the future state/repositioning strategy. In short, this analysis is intended to evaluate the ability of HVK to support a future state strategy. It should be noted that the financial modeling effort is an intense process and will continue beyond the upfront analysis. As negotiations with bondholders progress and assumptions change, it will be imperative to continuously update the financial model to evaluate the relative impact of the changes.                                 

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July 27, 2021 Mrs. Nancy Crawford Chair of the Board of Trustees The Prospect-Woodward Home d/b/a Hillside Village Keene 95 Wyman Road Keene, NH 03431 Re: OnePoint Contract - Addendum Dear Ms. Crawford: This Addendum serves to update the existing contract (the “Contract”) between OnePoint Partners LLC (“OnePoint” or “we”) and The Prospect-Woodward Home d/b/a Hillside Village Keene (“HVK” or “you”) effective as of December 1, 2020 (the “Effective Date”) pursuant to which OnePoint has been engaged to act as Chief Restructuring Officer and advisor to HVK to provide restructuring, financial, and transaction advisory services as set forth in the Contract. Effective May 1, 2021, the following items are to be added to the SCOPE OF SERVICES and PROFESSIONAL FEES AND EXPENSES provisions of the Contract:  To SCOPE OF SERVICES (page 1): (vii) Bankruptcy Activities – Serve as HVK’s designated officer in the event a petition for relief is filed under the Bankruptcy Code (a “Bankruptcy Case”). OnePoint shall have the following duties, powers, and responsibilities in connection with the work to be performed and planning for a Bankruptcy Case: (a) Provide information and analysis for the inclusion in any Bankruptcy Case filings and provide testimony related thereto. (b) Coordinate preparation of HVK’s schedules, statements of financial affairs, and list of creditors for the Bankruptcy Case. (c) Work with HVK’s counsel on negotiations with parties in interest. (d) Coordinate preparation of monthly operating reports and any other reports required by the United States Trustee.

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(e) Coordinate preparation of monthly cash flow projections for any cash collateral or debtor in possession financing pleadings. (f) Work with HVK’s counsel and investment banker on documents related to the sale of HVK’s assets pursuant to Bankruptcy Code section 363. (g) Work with HVK’s counsel on the formulation and execution of a liquidating plan. (viii) Additional Staff – In addition to providing the CRO, OnePoint will provide HVK with additional staff (the “Additional Staff”) to assist with ongoing management of the community. Additional Staff will include, but not be limited to, Robert Clark and Robert Fallon. Messrs. Clark and Fallon will provide direct oversight of operations and of the management company.  To PROFESSIONAL FEES AND EXPENSES (page 3): (e) Additional Staff Fee – HVK agrees to pay OnePoint for services rendered by the Additional Staff provided. OnePoint shall charge hourly for Additional Staff at the rates outlined below: Operations - Managing Director $350.00 (Rob Clark) Operations - Director $200.00 (Rob Fallon) Advisory – Partner $500.00 (Erik Dalen/Michael Kivov) Advisory – Director $200.00 (Jodi Bleier/Nicole Philbrick) Operations – Managing Director (Rob Clark) and Operations – Director (Rob Fallon) have been actively involved in the provision of services to HVK since May 1, 2021. Other resources identified above have not been involved, but are listed in the event needed in the future to support HVK in its sale and bankruptcy process. All Additional Staff shall submit time sheets on a monthly basis reflecting the hours spent working on behalf of HVK; provided, however, that following payment of the accumulated fees for May and June 2021 (which total $45,100 and $41,900, respectively), and therefore commencing on July 1, 2021, OnePoint agrees to cap the total fees for Additional Services at $25,000 per month. (f) Retainer – Upon execution of this Addendum, HVK shall fund a retainer in the amount equal to two months fees for CRO Services and Additional Staff, totaling $140,000 (the “Retainer”). Any amounts held as Retainer will be applied to our professional fees, charges and disbursements, and to the extent the retainer amount exceeds our fees, charges and disbursements upon completion of this engagement, OnePoint will refund any unused portion. HVK agrees to replenish the Retainer in such amounts as HVK and OnePoint mutually agree are reasonably necessary to increase the Retainer to a level

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that will be sufficient to fund the fees, charges and disbursements to be incurred by OnePoint. It should be noted that the Retainer does not represent an incremental cost to HVK, rather it is a down payment to ensure OnePoint is kept current on its fees and does not inadvertently become a creditor of HVK. In addition, the following provisions relating to performance of services in the event of a bankruptcy filing will be added to the section COURT APPROVAL (page 4):  If cases under the Bankruptcy Code are commenced and our retention is approved, our role will include serving as principal bankruptcy financial advisors to the debtor and debtor in possession in that case under a general retainer, subject to court approval. Our role also will encompass all out-of-court planning and negotiations attendant to these tasks.  The engagement of OnePoint to perform the Scope of Services shall be subject to the approval of the Bankruptcy Court and shall be substantially as provided in this Contract as modified by the retention order approved by the Bankruptcy Court. HVK agrees, at HVK’s expense, to file an application (the “Application”) to employ OnePoint as crisis and turnaround manager nunc pro tunc to the petition date of the Bankruptcy Case pursuant to the applicable section of the Bankruptcy Code. HVK agrees to file all required applications, including the Application, for the employment or retention of OnePoint at the earliest practical time.  If the order approving the Application requires, OnePoint shall file with and serve on creditors entitled to notice thereof, a statement of staffing, professional services, compensation or expenses, on a regular basis, and creditors and other parties in interest shall have an opportunity to object thereto and request a hearing thereon. In the event that OnePoint is employed postpetition as a “professional person” pursuant to Bankruptcy Code sections 327 or 328, Bankruptcy Court approval will generally be required to pay OnePoint’s fees and expenses for postpetition services.  Any unpaid postpetition fees, charges and disbursements will be due and payable immediately upon entry of an order containing such court approval or at such time thereafter as instructed by the court. HVK understands that while the arrangement in this paragraph may be altered in whole or in part by the Bankruptcy Court, HVK shall nevertheless remain liable for payment of court approved postpetition fees and expenses. Such items are afforded administrative priority under Bankruptcy Code section 503(b)(1). It is agreed and understood that the unused portion, if any, of the Retainer shall be held by us and applied against the final fee application filed and approved by the court. We appreciate the confidence you have placed in us throughout our work together, and we look forward to continuing to work on your behalf. To indicate your concurrence with the contents of this proposal letter, please execute below and return one copy. Sincerely,

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In re The Prospect-Woodward Home Potential Parties in Interest Debtor The Prospect-Woodward Home Banks / Lenders Cambridge Trust People’s United Bank Savings Bank of Walpole TMI Trust Company UMB Bank, National Association Bankruptcy and Ordinary Course Professionals ACcommunication Partners BCM Environmental & Land Law Donlin, Recano & Company, Inc. Grandbridge Real Estate Capital Hinckley, Allen & Snyder LLP OnePoint Partners Polsinelli PC Silverbloom Consulting, LLC Wipfli LLP Stalking Horse Covenant Living Services Significant Creditors / Vendors Arthur J Gallagher Risk Management Services Ascentium Capital LLC Atkins Callahan Attane Dartmouth-Hitchcock Dole & Bailey Inc GDS Landmark Group Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Inc Howard Printing, Inc. Life Care Services LLC Life Care Companies LLC Neil R. Ackley Reinhart Food Service Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc Single Digits Inc

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Sysco Boston LLC The Home Depot Pro Directors and Officers Anne Meddaugh Belinda Oster David Doll Gary Shaprio Greg McConahey Jane Warner Jay Eason Jeanie Sy Kendall Lane Kimball Temple Nancy Crawford Nancy Thompson Rand Burnett Rob Harris Insurance Companies Affiliated FM Insurance Co. Federal Insurance Co. Hiscox Ironshore Lloyd’s of London RSUI/Landmark Zurich Utilities Ascentium Capital City of Keene Consolidated Communications, Inc. Direct Energy First Light Fiber PSNH - Eversource Single Digits, Inc. Suburban Propane U.S. Cellular Waste Management Corporate Services, Inc. Government, Regulatory, and Taxing Authorities City of Keene Department of Justice Department of the Treasury

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Internal Revenue Service New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office New Hampshire Board of Barbering, Cosmetology and Esthetics New Hampshire Commissioner of Insurance New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services New Hampshire Director of Charitable Trusts New Hampshire Liquor Commission New Hampshire Probate Court New Hampshire Secretary of State Litigation Counterparties American Builders and Contractors Supply Co. Builders Installed Products of VT, LLC Denron Plumbing & HVAC, LLC Hampshire Fire Protection Co., LLC Installed Building Products, LLC J.N.R. Gutters, Inc. John Pratt MacMillin Company, LLC Metro Walls, Inc. Nancy W. and Bruce L. Montgomery Pro Stock Kitchens LLC Schindler Elevator Corporation Wallace Building Products Corporation Wayne J. Griffin Electric, Inc. New Hampshire Bankruptcy Judges Chief Judge Bruce A. Harwood Judge Peter G. Cary, sitting by designation Judge Michael A. Fagone, sitting by designation Judge Christopher J. Panos, sitting by designation U.S. Trustees Office William K. Harrington Gary Donahue Kimberly Bacher Tracy L. Bryant Carmen Davis Ann Dirsa Maureen A. Juliano Brian Tierney Benefit Providers

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ADP, LLC Colonial Life Delta Dental ESI Employee Assistance Group Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Kronos Mutual of Omaha Oracle HCM Principal Financial Group, Inc. The Richards Group

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