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Independent Living • Assisted Living • Memory Support

Our Philosophy

A Holistic Approach to Well-Being

We believe a thoughtfully designed environment filled with good neighbors and a caring staff, along with nutritious food, accessible exercise programs and opportunities to connect and engage every day, are the right combination for optimal living.  

For older people living alone, these important elements can become harder to maintain – making home a challenging, unsafe, even lonely place to be.  

That’s why we offer a community for older people where living is easier, surroundings are safer – and together is better.  

Environment

Life-Enhancing Design

From augmented chair heights with armrests that make maneuvering smoother, supportive handrails and wide walkways to a 24-hour personal call system, optimized lighting – every detail is designed to make life safer and easier.

Senior couple chats at table together. Caucasian man, on the left, has glasses and is wearing a black and white short-sleeved plaid shirt, with a cream sweater draped around his shoulder. He is holding an open book and has his elbow on the table with his hand on his face. Caucasian woman has short white and gray hair and is wearing a sleeveless white linen top and light tan khaki pants. She is sitting in a wheelchair. In the background is an older gentleman talking with a caregiver.

Care

Discreet Support

Enjoy greater independence with discreet care ranging from medication reminders to assistance with bathing, dressing and grooming – and access to daily exercise opportunities and better nutrition go a long way in enhancing overall well-being. 

Senior people having a vegan lunch together. Photo shows hands passing a plate of vegetables from left to right. Plate includes roasted zucchini, tomatoes and salad. The person on the left is wearing a long-sleeved red jacket. In the background is a large salad bowl with salad. In the foreground is a glass of red wine.

Connection

Where Together is Better

Unlike living at home alone, meaningful interactions with neighbors and strong staff-resident relationships are part of daily life at our community – and programs that promote participation and engagement are right outside your apartment door.  

Nourishing the body and mind

See how nutrition and a full calendar of programs and events create greater well-being.

News and resources

Stay in the know.

News Article

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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News Article

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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