Assisted Living is not a nursing home. It is ideal for older adults who want to maintain independence but may require supportive care. Assisted Living provides personalized help with daily living activities including bathing, dressing, personal hygiene, and medication assistance. Live in your own apartment while enjoying chef-prepared meals, transportation, housekeeping and maintenance services, planned social, fitness and recreational activities. For those who are feeling isolated living at home, or when home care becomes a burden to schedule, and relying on family, friends and outsourced services are not enough, assisted living is a great option.
Energy comes from more than just exercise. Our communities provide the services and spaces you need to feel your best every day. Beyond traditional healthcare and fitness offerings, you'll discover new ways to strengthen your body and rejuvenate your mind.
Whether it’s working up a sweat or going for a walk, you have innumerable ways ways to keep your active lifestyle. However, we also believe that an invigorated life also comes from stimulating conversations and social engagement. You’ll find opportunities each day to energize your mind, body, and spirit.
Enjoy company while dining?
Meet friends for coffee and conversation in the morning, have lunch in the bistro, enjoy cocktails in the pub, and take dinner in the restaurant-the choice is yours! Fresh, locally grown ingredients are at the core of each chef-created meal, so you'll always have a meal that fills you with fuel for your lifestyle.
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There’s a saying that life is not about the destination, it’s the journey. In senior living, it’s about both. To end up in the best destination — a community that fits your wants and needs, you need careful planning along the journey. In making the decision that it’s time for senior living, you’ve taken an important first step. Next stop, setting your expectations as you begin your search. Here’s what to look for in a senior living community.
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There are many factors to consider when sorting through care and housing options for older adults. Lifestyle preferences, socialization, transportation, physical limitations, daily routines—to name a few—can all impact the best choice for your loved one. And though cost is always part of the decision, comparing the various ancillary costs of “aging in place” (or remaining at home) with the inclusive pricing of community living is a complicated process. So, let's break it down...
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Aging in place is a phrase popular in the senior care industry, but it’s one seniors and their families don’t necessarily understand. In the simplest of terms, it refers to a senior remaining in their own home as they grow old. While it’s a solution many people say they prefer, most are unaware of just all that it entails.