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Independent Living

Independent living is for individuals who can live without services but want to have closer proximity to assistance as needed. Residents are typically independent but like the amenities, support, and friendships afforded by community living. Independent living communities provide residents with dining, medical care, entertainment, and more. They offer engaging onsite activities such as group classes, clubs, and group outings for active residents.

Assisted Living

Assisted living is part of a continuum of long-term care services that provides a combination of housing, personal care, and health care. These communities provide escalating levels of care, supporting individuals who need assistance with normal daily activities while promoting maximum independence. Residents enjoy access to many engaging onsite activities, such as group classes, clubs and group outings, and may receive special assistance to enable them to participate.

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Memory Care

Memory care is specialized care for people living with Alzheimer’s, dementia, and other forms of memory impairment. Memory care communities feature safe and secure environments where the ratio of caregiver to resident is lower than traditional assisted living communities. This ensures that the health and well-being of each resident can be closely monitored. Programs are designed to meet residents' unique needs and engage them with stimulating activities.