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Care Options

Holistic care, nutrition and wellness

Whether it’s freedom from housekeeping and maintenance, a helping hand with getting ready for the day, or more specialized care, you’ll find a living option customized for your needs as they change over time.

Alongside your care plan, you’ll enjoy meals created under the guidance of the on-staff nutrition consultant and holistic chef; on-site access to PT/OT from Orthopaedic and Neurological Rehabilitation (ONR), group fitness classes, Reiki, sound therapy, guided meditation and staff-facilitated telehealth – all combined in balance to create a comprehensive safety net that promotes your physical, emotional and spiritual well-being.

All team members are SAGECARE-CERTIFIED in providing culturally competent care and ensuring an environment that is open and welcoming to LGBT older adults.

Independent Living

Good neighbors, no housework

A kind and capable team is at your service for housekeeping, apartment and community maintenance, security, and transportation to events and appointments – freeing up your time and energy for what matters most to you.

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Assisted Living

A discreet helping hand

Enjoy maintenance-free living and discreet support from highly trained caregivers that can include assistance with bathing, getting dressed, grooming, medication management and escorting to meals and events.

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Memory Support

A holistic approach

People living with Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia benefit from individualized care and strong relationships with specially trained staff. A secure, intentionally designed neighborhood features SAFELYYOU fall-prevention technology, a music room, demonstration kitchen, active engagement stations and sensory relaxation room. Our DAYPULSE approach to care and engagement programs creates a consistent daily routine based on energy patterns of those living with memory loss in order to help stabilize mood, alleviate anxiety, improve sleep and stimulate appetite.

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Why Social Connection is Especially Important For Older People

While we all have an innate need for meaningful social engagement, it plays an even more vital role in older adults’ quality of life. Consistent social connection can help keep older adults physically, emotionally and mentally fit.   The significant health benefits of social connection include: A Sense of Purpose For people who spent years...

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7 Signs Your Parents May Be Ready for Assisted Living

Knowing when it may be time to begin the search for assisted living for a family member can be challenging. On one hand, many seniors are adamant about staying in their own homes because they feel that is the only way to maintain their independence. On the other hand, living without access to 24-hour assistance...

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