Family Resources

How We're setting the new norm

All-Inclusive Access


• Transportation and Escort

• Controlled Access Security

• Gourmet Fine Dining

• 24-Hour Care

• Specialized Social Events

• TV/Cable/Wifi


Limited Private Suites


• 12 Spacious Luxury Suites

• ADA Compliant

• Custom Walk-in Closets

• Individual Climate Control

• 5-Acre Landscape Grounds

• Roll-in Showers


Personalized Care


• Medication Management

• Mobility Assistance

• Grooming and Hygiene Care

• Customized Diet

• Individual Services

• Enhanced Protective Measures


When to make the move

Warning Signs


• Decline of Key Senses

• Lack of Personal Care

• Isolation

• Medication Concerns

• Special Care Requirements

• Lack of Proper Nutrition


Moving and adjusting

 Choosing the right facility

In making the decision as to where to place a family member, take your time, conduct the proper research, make sure the facility is a good match for your loved one. Have your family member visit the facility multiple times before making the final decision. Finding the right assisted living facility is one of the most important decisions that will ever be made for your senior loved one. Here are some significant things to consider:

  • Cleanliness of Facility
  • Friendliness of Staff
  • Personal Care of Residents
  • Quality of Meals
  • Security and Safety


Settling in

Your pre-planning strategies before moving into your new community will soften your move-in adjustment period. Just as it took you time to adjust to a new community when you moved into a new home, this transition won’t be easy at first. Once moved in, you will discover new community support groups, staff and friends who will help you ease into your new life of independent community living. Independent/Assisted living enables seniors to enjoy social contact, security and support while still maintaining their independence.


  • No further need to maintain a home
  • Peace of Mind
  • Better Nutrition
  • Increased Social Activity


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