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Care Options

Safe, Connected and Supported

Congratulations – You’ve arrived in later life! And now you have options that help you live easier. Whether it’s the carefree lifestyle of independent living where you don’t have to worry about maintaining a home, or you need a little help with dressing, bathing or reminders – each living option offers individualized support as your needs change over time. Later life, easier is our promise.

Assisted Living

Care When You Need It

A “comprehensive safety net” sounds complicated but it’s really simple. It means creating a safe environment where a person’s changing physical and emotional needs are met. Whether you need medication reminders, support with bathing, dressing and grooming, or help walking to dinner – our dedicated care team is available around-the-clock. Care plans are tailored to your individualized needs and come with access to regular exercise, nutritious food and programs that promote a sense of connection, purpose and overall well-being.

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Memory Support

Strong Staff-Resident Relationships

We offer a holistic approach to support those with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia that includes strong staff-resident relationships and individualized care with a focus on sensory therapy, active engagement and nutritious diets, all in a secure environment specifically designed to help alleviate the stress and anxiety associated with memory loss.

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Retreat & Respite Stays

A Change of Scenery

Retreat Stays offer a short-term stay for older adults interested in trying out care, services and amenities. Respite stays offer those recovering from a recent hospital stay an expert care team to help with daily tasks, medication and rehab assistance so they can focus on getting well.

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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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