- Beauty/Barber Shop
- Courtyard and Garden
- Walking Paths
- Community Room (Rental Space)
- Landscaped Grounds
With more than five acres of landscaped grounds and gardens, our campus offers a unique cottage setting with apartments that open to a larger community living room, dining room and country kitchen area. Our cottage buildings are connected by courtyard gardens with patios and walking trails. And when you need a little shade, we even have a gazebo.
You can have a cup of coffee and relax on the front porch in the teak rocking chairs before taking a fitness class, or enjoy a book from our library on the patio. On a warm sunny day, enjoy a walk in our outdoor courtyard or do a little gardening. You can even book your next hair appointment on campus at our beauty salon and skip the extra drive.
Our memory care environments feature areas of the community that are set up for safe engagement in gardening, kitchen work, handyman help, and other household and normal daily tasks. Life skills activities provide a sense of purpose, meaning and belonging as residents complete tasks related to everyday life.
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Sat - Sun: 8:30am - 5:30pm CST
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Care You Can Count On
You’ll also find comfort knowing that staff is on-site 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Your wellness is supported by collaborative care partnerships between your family, our care associates and other healthcare providers. Our exclusive Personalized Service System allows us to provide individually customized plans for you if you live in assisted living and memory care. You only pay for what you need, and the plan is flexible so if your needs increase or decrease, so do your costs.
Our Alzheimer’s and dementia care community, also known as Clare Bridge, is rooted in “a person-centered approach”. That means we help our residents find a sense of belonging and purpose while also helping them preserve who they are.
If you have a loved one living with dementia, you know that the disease does not define them. Maintaining identity and a strong sense of self comes from living a life filled with meaning and purpose and contributions — we believe having dementia shouldn’t change that.