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Independent Senior Living
When you are looking for a place where you can truly enjoy all the luxuries and comfort of your own home without the work and worry, our senior living communities are the perfect option for you! You may choose either a spacious one- or two-bedroom apartment or two-bedroom cottage with full kitchen and balcony or patio and comfortable, well-designed communities feature outstanding common areas and amenities.

Social activities, health and wellness programs and local transportation services are included in the basic monthly fee. Meals, housekeeping and laundry services are available at an additional fee.

Click here to view an easy-to-use “Living Options” Selection Chart.

Licensed Assisted Living Care
If you are looking for quality personal care and assistance with the necessities of daily living, all in a luxurious residential setting, then assisted living is for you. Services and amenities are available 24/7/365 and include three home-cooked and nutritious meals served daily, home-baked snacks, juice, coffee, etc., housekeeping and laundry services and social activities on-site and off-site.

Additional levels of care and support are available at an additional charge and include assistance with personal care including dressing, grooming and bathing, mealtime assistance, toileting, including bladder and bowel incontinence management and complex medication administration.

Click here to view an easy-to-use “Living Options” Selection Chart.

Specialized Dementia Care
Individuals with dementia, Alzheimer’s disease or other memory impairments often require a secured environment with controlled access, allowing the person with dementia freedom to enjoy their surroundings. Our Terrace provides specialized care and service in a secured environment. Terrace residents receive all the same services as residents in our general care area, plus specialized support services designed to enhance their quality of life while accommodating the limitations presented by their dementia.

In addition, residents are encouraged to maintain their daily routine by performing as many of the daily tasks as possible, as independently as possible; participate in social interaction and physical activity through walking, sitting exercises or dancing.

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Short-Term Stays
Short-term care, often called “respite,” can be as short as a weekend or as long as several months; whatever length of stay is right for your individual situation.

Short-term stays are available when you or a loved one:
  • would like a short break from caring for your loved one, or
  • need a little extra care following a hospital stay, or
  • is recovering from an illness or an injury, or
  • would like to evaluate how assisted living would work for their individual situation.
Respite care residents receive a private apartment, meals and snacks, medication assistance and administration, structured activities both on-site and off-site and are available 24/7/365.

Adult Day Care

For those who care for a loved one at home, adult day care is available when you need a few hours or a full day (or night) to go to work, run errands for any reason, even to just catch a nap.

Adult day care allows the family caregiver to take a break and be confident competent personnel are looking after your family member.
  • Available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year
  • Medication assistance and administration as needed
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner and a variety of snacks provided
  • Structured on-site and off-site activities planned
  • Areas for quiet time made available as needed
Click here to view an easy-to-use “Living Options” Selection Chart.