Nevada-Senior-Guide The Bridge – Las Vegas
Filed under: Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing & Memory Care, Las Vegas
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Enjoy an enriching retirement at The Bridge at Paradise Valley on the Nevada
Our community facilities are specifically designed to encourage seniors to live their retirement years as actively and as independently as possible. Assisted Living at The Bridge at Paradise Valley allows seniors to live carefree lifestyles – because we take care of the details! Our services include restaurant-style dining, housekeeping, and apartment maintenance. We are committed to making The Bridge at Paradise Valley a place you will love to call home right here in Las Vegas Nevada!
The Bridge at Paradise Valley features the finest in Assisted Living. With stunning surroundings, outstanding services and an abundance of amenities, our residents are proud to call The Bridge at Paradise Valley home. Independent Living combines community living with the privacy of your own apartment, and Assisted Living offers the same amenities in addition to personalized services. From a dynamic activities schedule to our hospitable staff, our goal is to promote an active, carefree lifestyle.
Our residents enjoy restaurant-style dining, housekeeping services, scheduled transportation, apartment maintenance and a full calendar of recreational and wellness activities as part of a convenient, month-to-month lease. And, from live entertainment to themed parties and local outings, our events are catered to seniors.
We welcome the opportunity to introduce you to our services and to show you how The Bridge at Paradise Valley offers a rejuvenating retirement lifestyle.
The Bridge at Paradise Valley is part of the Century Park family of senior living communities. Headquartered in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Century Park manages senior retirement properties located throughout the United States.
Discover The Bridge at Paradise Valley
Life at The Bridge at Paradise Valley offers opportunities and advantages that seniors in the Las Vegas region have come to love and want to keep as part of their active lifestyle.
Las Vegas, Nevada, is more than just bright lights and luxury resorts. It is a great place to live. Located at the southern tip of the Sierra Nevadas, Las Vegas was founded by Mormon missionaries in 1902. World class shopping, dining, and entertainment are all easily accessible from The Bridge at Paradise Valley.
There are plenty of activities available to the Assisted Living residents at The Bridge at Paradise Valley. Some of the weekly choices include Bingo, card games, and Wii games. However, there is always time for relaxation, and The Bridge at Paradise Valley’s park-like grounds – which include a gazebo and a picnic area – are the perfect place for a leisurely visit with family or friends.
Senior Care Facility located in Las Vegas Nevada
Outstanding Retirement Services and Amenities
At The Bridge at Paradise Valley, you will discover a truly unique way to live. We specialize in combining elegant amenities with the comforts of home. Our outstanding services are offered in an inviting atmosphere where caring, professional staff lavish you with attention while respecting your individuality and privacy.
Several apartment floor plans to choose from
Community dining room
Cozy lounge with fireplace
Beauty salon and barber shop
Ice cream parlor
Delicious restaurant-style dining three times each day planned by a registered dietician
Daily living assistance including bathing, dressing, and medication management
Transportation throughout the week
Many other social, recreational, educational programs, and cultural events
Landscaped courtyards with gazebo and picnic area
Beautifully maintained grounds perfect for walking
2205 E. Harmon
L.V. NV 89119
Assisted living communities offer help with non-medical aspects of daily activities in an atmosphere of separate, private living apartments that encourage independence. In addition to providing meals, transportation for medical appointments, activities and pleasure trips, assisted living provides linens and laundry service, assistance with dressing and bathing, reminders regarding medication, and assistance with eating, transferring to and from a wheelchair, toileting, etc. This group setting also provides daily social activities and entertainment for the residents.