Browse our vast selection of books in hard cover, paperback, and large print. Join the book club for monthly discussions. You’ll even find books written by owner residents, along with an ever-changing selection of magazines, newspapers, audio recordings, CDs, and DVDs.
A skilled nursing facility is also known as a nursing home. Skilled nursing homes provide typical senior living services, with the addition of a high level of medical care, typically found in a hospital setting.
Personalized memory care focuses on individual needs. Dementia slowly interferes with one’s mental ability to manage everyday life. Our memory care services create a safe and stimulating environment for those with dementia—including its most common form, Alzheimer’s.
Assisted living is for seniors who value their independence, but need some assistance with daily activities, such as bathing, dressing, transportation, and medication reminders. They may live in their own suites or with a companion and are relieved of household chores, such as laundry, cooking, and cleaning.
Independent living communities are also known as retirement communities, retirement homes or senior housing. Independent senior living is for older adults looking for an active, engaged lifestyle free of day-to-day chores.