Housekeeping, transportation, engagements: Those are services and amenities that you can expect almost anywhere. What makes Vitality special is the unexpected.
Enjoy all the perks of being home—your independence, routines, relationships—with the added benefits of safety, security, and socialization. Here, you’re in control. Our team of professionals is here to support you with home maintenance, personal care, and medication management as needed so you can continue to live your best life.
On any given day, you’ll find residents chatting it up in the gardens, taking trips to local cultural centers, or learning a new language.
It’s your home, so how you spend your days is up to you. We’ve got plenty of new ideas if you need them, though. Life here is an ongoing partnership between family, residents, and our community team, thus ensuring you have everything you need to pursue creativity, celebrate experiences, and advance your independence. Additionally, we integrate technology into our communities to provide residents with the best healthcare, security, and communication.
You’re used to a vibrant lifestyle, so why should that change? Continue pursuing your interests and favorite hobbies while discovering new ones. You have access to a range of opportunities within the community and beyond.
Joining an intellectual discussion on a book you read, developing a cardio and strength training regimen, picking up a paintbrush: Your biggest decision is choosing what to do first.
You wouldn’t want to eat every meal in the same restaurant, would you?
We offer multiple venues, diverse menus, and all-day culinary experiences. Dine when you want, where you want! 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.
Caring for an aging parent on your own can be both rewarding and all-consuming. Making medical decisions, managing financial matters, and tending to daily care often become increasingly stressful and exhausting as time goes on.
Admitting a parent is showing signs of what may be dementia can be difficult. It is natural for loved ones to worry about their senior loved one's feelings and about protecting their dignity. These are a few of the reasons families often deny there is a problem until the disease has progressed to the point where it can’t be ignored.
They say moving is right up there with divorce and taxes on the list of stressful life events. But the truth is, it doesn't have to be.