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Care Options

A comprehensive safety net

A “comprehensive safety net” sounds complicated, but it simply means a safe, supportive environment where your physical and emotional needs are fulfilled. Whether it’s freedom from home maintenance, a helping hand with getting ready for the day, or more specialized care, there’s a living option with customized support as your needs change over time – along with access to regular exercise, nutritious food, transportation to appointments, and programs that promote a sense of connection, purpose and overall well-being.

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, in a secure, intentionally designed neighborhood. 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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Retreat & Respite Stays

Recover or discover

Respite Stays offer those recovering from illness or surgery a safe environment and an expert care team available 24/7 to help with daily tasks, medication and rehabilitation.

Retreat Stays offer a short-term, no-strings way to try out senior living services, amenities, food, events and care.

News and resources

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8 Reasons To Choose Memory Care

If you are searching for memory support options to help your parent or loved one, here are 8 ways senior living can help a person with dementia: 1. Trained staff: Senior living communities have staff members who are trained in dementia care. They have knowledge and experience in understanding and meeting the unique needs of...

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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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