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Nevada Senior Guide Don Dawson Apartments

January 27, 2014 by · Leave a Comment
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Located in Henderson, Nevada you’ll find comfort and convenience in this affordable senior apartment community. Don Dawson Court offers spacious one bedroom apartment homes that  feature unique floor plans, covered porches, washer/dryer connections and fully equipped kitchens with breakfast bars and pantries. Residents can also enjoy our community clubhouse, laundry facility, public library and planned monthly activties. Easy access to I-515 and I-215 puts you in a great location where residents enjoy numerous shopping and dining venues nearby. Lease today to experience affordable senior living at its best!

Nevada Senior Guide – Echelon Senior Living

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  The Echelon Senior Living 4330 S. Eastern Ave. Las Vegas, NV89119

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702-369-1552

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Newly Renovated Full-Service, 55+ Independent Living Community

Living well at an affordable price.   With many options for socialization and services, seniors can improve their quality of life at an affordable price.

Full service senior apartments

The Echelon Senior Living offers a lifestyle of enriching and meaningful interactions, quality services, and an all-around carefree lifestyle. Residents of the Echelon are offered inspired and exceptional all-day dining, daily events and entertainment, and transportation services that promote vitality and engagement. And with weekly housekeeping service, your time is free to spend as you wish.

Newly Renovated

With new ownership, clubhouse renovations, and apartment refurbishment with a modern up-to-date touch, The Echelon is Las Vegas’ premier, most affordable full-service senior apartment community. And we have spacing to meet your needs: our apartments offer floor plans from 520 square feet to more than 1300 square feet, which includes fully furnished kitchens and a personal washer & dryer.

Home for Life

While the Echelon is an independent living apartment community, it works with a trusted in-home care agency to meet any changing healthcare needs.   Did you know there is a Medical Tax Deduction for senior living? Senior living costs may be deductible as a medical expense. It is intended only for expenses greater that 7.5% of a senior’s adjusted gross income.   Did you know there are Veterans Benefits for Senior Living? Veterans and surviving spouses can be eligible for as much as $2054.00 per month to offset the cost of senior living.   Let our Senior Living Counselors provide you information on these long-term care financial tools.

A Senior Citizen Community For The Perfect Retirement by Susan Elizabeth

July 2, 2013 by · Leave a Comment
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Many times when people think about retiring from the world of the working, they are left wondering what their options are. For some, what really works out the best for them is o live with one of their children. This is not as common as it used to be, but is still a popular option.

For others, the best choice might be to consider moving to a senior citizen community. There are few kinds of these and most of the difference depends on what you like to do after you retire and move there.

Most of these retirement communities require that you buy a property there. In some there are standalone houses and in others, condos or apartments. But for the most part it is like buying a home anywhere, you need to deal with an agent onsite and have a closing and that kind of legal stuff.

Often, this transaction can be taken care of right there onsite. And some of the communities even have their own financing options through a lender so that once you sign up, the details of the buying the property are taken care of all at once.

They are not all like this, of course, but the days of consolidation are here and sometimes it is just so much easier to deal with one or two people rather than having to go trekking all around town to put all the parts of a deal together.

Some retirement communities feature their activities very heavily. And often these are participant sports like horseback riding or golf or tennis. There is no reason why you have to be interested in those particular things in order to have a residence there. It’s just that if the entire community is centered around that one idea, then you might feel out of place sometimes if that one idea is of no interest to you at all.

Many times, the senior retirement facilities are places that feature very little activity and in these cases living there is a lot like living anywhere else. Neighbors around you all interested in different things in their lives and going to the community center for special events every once in a while.

The big difference, though is that by choosing to live in senior community, you are pretty much limiting your choice of neighbors by age group. And if it suits you that all your neighbors are going to be of retirement age, then a senior citizen community might be the perfect place for you to spend your retirement years.

Susan is a full fledged baby boomer and avid internet researcher who writes about senior retirement communities and other baby boomer topics on her site at www.second50years.com.

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Senior Citizen Homes by David Stillwagon

April 25, 2013 by · Leave a Comment
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As the birth rate continues to go down in most of the world the senior  citizens population as a percentage of the total population is increasing. One  of the main reasons is health care that is geared toward older folks and the  increasing awareness of making the most of your later years. Not only are senior  citizens staying active they are also involved in their community and where they  want to reside. Senior citizens homes and apartments have become an important  issue in this country and others.

What are the issues facing senior citizens regarding where they live?

If you are an older person or couple and your children have left the house  then you might feel as though your present home is a little too big and you want  to down size. Of course it would be a tough decision not only for you but also  for your children. They probably don’t want to see you sell the house where they  grew up in and had so many memories. But you find that it is just too big for  the two of you now and taking care of the house and a lawn might be more than  you can handle.

Finding a home that is affordable, comfortable and one that meets your needs  can be a job for anyone no matter what age group you are in. The major indicator  of which house you choose is probably the price of the house. This is especially  true if you are a retiree living on a fixed income, you know what you can afford  and what you can’t. Unfortunately some of the houses that you may have thought  ideal were probably out of your pricing range.

Selling a house can be a real hassle whether the economy is good or bad. And  if you are in the market for a home it makes it twice as bad. But you have to  take your time find the house that is just right for you. Are there enough  bedrooms and bathrooms, is there room if you have overnight guest? And what  about that yard, is the right size to take care of?

It’s not only the house that you have to think about it is also the  neighborhood. What is the crime rate? Are the other houses in the neighborhood  taken care of? How close are you to your doctors and a hospital?

Finding senior citizen homes and apartments is a worthy task that takes time  and effort to achieve.

David Stillwagon blogs about health and age issues such as senior citizen homes

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Senior Citizens Assisted Living Options by Sean Lightfoot

April 24, 2013 by · Leave a Comment
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A recent study on seniors has shown that independent senior citizens assisted  living is the #1 choice for them versus living with a loved one. Most people  feel that living with others would cause them to be a burden on them. As an  individual grows older, they begin to need the assistance of others more and  more.

Unlike a decade ago, seniors have become a part of the information age by  learning about computers and the latest gadgets. Due to this fact, there has be  a flux of new state-of-the-art senior facilities catering to computer savvy  seniors.

Many of the senior citizens that have just retired from jobs that required  them to work with computers prefer to continue to be around computers as they  have become accustomed. Senior citizens assisted living facilities that make a  point to stay up to date, helps those seniors feel right at home.

In recent years senior facilities have began to offer many different options  and services to their residents. So much so that these facilities are now  categorized into 3 major groups.

Nursing Homes – For those that are incapacitated and/or require supervised or  administered medicines. These facilities have full-time medical staff on hand in  case of emergencies.

Assisted Living – This type of facility caters to those that need assistance  with their daily routines such as cleaning, shopping, laundry and cooking.

Independent Living – Independent living is good for those that can live  totally independent and is still able to cook and clean. Some seniors start out  by moving to one of these facilities and relocate as their needs change later  on. The units are usually fully furnished apartments with full kitchens.

There are many more options available to seniors so it is highly advised that  one turns to a professional advisor to assist in seeking the facility and  services that are needed. There are professionals that offer these services free  of charge. They give you a list of facilities that can cater to your needs and  help with visiting and checking out each of them. They usually make money from  your insurance company of the facility that is chosen.

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Boston-Area Over 55 Community Publishes Free Senior Living Guide

April 11, 2013 by · Leave a Comment
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Boston-Area Over 55 Community Publishes Free Senior Living Guide

Resource Helps Active Adults Untangle Their Senior Living Options
South Weymouth, MA — Mar 26, 2013 / (http://www.myprgenie.com) — The decision to move — whether to an over 55 community or other option — can be challenging. There are a lot of decisions to make. Sometimes, the choices available can seem confusing.
Fairing Way has created a free Senior Living Guide [www.FairingWay.org/LiveConfident] to help transitioning active adults make their decision with confidence. The guide explains:

  • The types of retirement living options and senior housing choices available — and most importantly, which works for you
  • How to set your priorities
  • Common financial considerations
  • The nine questions you must ask before you move
  • When and how to involve your family in the process
  • And much more!

The guide is available as a PDF on Fairing Way’s website. Active adults can download the free guide at www.FairingWay.org/LiveConfident.
While the Fairing Way Senior Living Guide does highlight a few area resources, the resource is not specific to the Boston market.
“Active adults everywhere are struggling with the same questions,” said Fairing Way Executive Director Joyce Haglund. “What options are available to me, or to my parents? What is right for our needs and desires? The Fairing Way Senior Living Guide helps those over 55 make the choice that’s best for them.”
Fairing Way is the Boston area’s newest over 55 community, located within the new SouthField live-work-play development. Sponsored and developed by established, local, not-for-profit leaders in senior living, Fairing Way offers distinctive apartments with flexible services in an intergenerational setting. Download the senior housing guide for free at http://www.FairingWay.org/LiveConfident.

Sometimes Little Things Can Be Huge!

March 30, 2013 by · Leave a Comment
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By Thair Phillips, President, RetireSafe

A small and relatively new product is making life easier for older Americans. It’s a simple thing, but unit dose laundry detergent packs (or pods) are helping seniors perform necessary laundry chores that they might not otherwise be able to do without help. The laundry packs’ small size and pre-measured, consistent content is perfect for aging hands and eyes. With ten thousand of our fellow Americans reaching the age of 65 each day, it’s a really big deal!

While younger Americans can choose from many options, the pods are a huge help to the frail and the disabled.  Consider those who suffer from arthritis, for example. According to 2007-2009 data from the National Health Interview Survey (NHIS), an estimated 50 million adults have self-reported doctor-diagnosed arthritis. That number is expected to grow to 67 million by the year 2030, per NHIS data. Arthritis is the leading cause of disability in the United States, negatively impacting function and mobility for millions of senior citizens. The laundry pods meet the need created by those who can no longer heft a jug of detergent and pour it into a measuring cup. The small (but not too small to handle) size detergent pod fits the bill for aging-in-place seniors who wish to remain self-reliant.

And then there are those who must struggle each and every day with impaired vision.  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), individuals over the age of 65 accounts for roughly 30 percent of the U.S. population considered to be visually impaired. Dimming eyesight can reduce physical, functional, emotional, and social well-being.  Doing the laundry can be a chore for all of us, but trying to measure the exact amount of liquid or powder for the person who is vision impaired can be a laundry room disaster resulting in ruined clothes and dangerous messes. For age-in-place seniors with cataracts, glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration (AMD), and/or diabetic retinopathy, a complication of diabetes that causes visual impairment, anything that can help simplify the laundry measuring process is truly a godsend.

Keep in mind that many older Americans in single family homes and apartments may well have to take their laundry and laundry supplies to a communal laundry room or a Laundromat.  Having the convenience of smaller, self-contained detergent pods to carry instead jugs of liquids and large boxes of powder is a big advantage for the elderly.  This is especially true for those navigating with canes or walkers, or those needing to keep one hand free for stability.

In short, pre-measured laundry detergent packs or pods are critical innovations for seniors. This is one small-sized product with a huge functional impact for seniors. In an aging America, we need every one of these impactful products, and many, many more.

RetireSafe is a nationwide organization of 4000,000 supporters that advocates on behalf of seniors on issues regarding Social Security, Medicare, health and financial well-being.

Contact Thair Phillips, (202) 628-5095

Nevada-Senior-Guide College Villas

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Are you an older adult on a fixed income looking for brand new, affordable, quality housing?

  • One and Two bedrooms floor plans with open layouts
  • Washers and dryer in units
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Individually-controlled heat and air conditioning
  • Fitness room
  • Billiard & Theater Room
  • Pool
  • Multiple elevators
  • Pet-friendly
  • Transportation to Heritage Park Aquatic and Senior Center

Nevada-Senior-Guide Country Club Meadows

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Excellent 55+ Las Vegas Senior Apartments

Country Club at Valley View Senior Apartments

300 Promenade Boulevard, Las Vegas NV 89107

1400 S Valley View, Las Vegas NV 89102

Call: (877) 900-1482

Go beyond traditional senior apartment living and step into the visionary lifestyle of Country Club at the Meadows in Las Vegas. Here you will discover an elegant, yet fun-filled senior community exclusively designed for the active adult 55 years and older.

Imagine living in a beautiful environment without anything to disturb your perfect day. Whether it is quiet relaxation you seek, or an engaging variety of activities, Country Club at the Meadows offers you both.

Community Highlights

Our unique community is exclusive and private with a 24-hour guard gate and you will love the lush mature and well-manicured lawns. If you enjoy the outdoor setting, our gazebo and barbeque areas are a great place to spend some time relaxing or socializing with friends and family.

Country Club at the Meadows has an on-site activity director planning a variety of events and activities to help you stay healthy, relax, make friends or cultivate new and old hobbies.

The Las Vegas Senior Apartment Amenities You’re Looking For

We offer a wide variety of amenities for you to enjoy, no matter your interests or hobbies. Our beautiful resident clubhouse has billiards, a Wii game area, cards, bingo, resident computer center, and hosted events to include lunch, breakfast, and dinners with live entertainment. From craft room to fitness center, we have something for every Las Vegas senior looking for the right apartment home.

If you are a person on the go, you may choose an outing to shop, dine, or enjoy some entertainment at one of our local casinos via our shuttle van. We also offer free shuttle van assistance for shopping, banks, and many other services.

For the outdoor lovers, you can enjoy an early morning swim in our spacious heated pool and spa or if you prefer, play some shuffleboard or just hang out with some of your friends on the sundeck enjoying complimentary beverages. For the golf lovers we have a well-manicured putting green on the community grounds. If you want to be pampered you may choose to spend some time at our on-site beauty salon.

Apartment Features

Meadows offers three great floor plans and all of our apartment homes are bright and airy, featuring double-wide windows, and private storage for each home. The floor plans are spacious and will accommodate any furniture arrangement. The bedrooms are nicely laid out with a spectacular master bathroom.

Call today to see how our courteous and friendly staff can help you find the right apartment home for you. If you enjoy comfort, convenience and exceptional customer service, then you will want to make the Country Clubs your new home!

Country Club at the Meadows is a pleasure all its own!

Property Owner

Country Club at the Meadows is managed by Gaines Investment Trust, which has been family-owned and operated since 1966. Our priority has always been to provide our residents with the highest quality Las Vegas senior rentals at the most affordable price. Our staff is dedicated to continuing that reputation and we are always looking for new ways to enhance the experience of our residents. Call today and let us help you find your new home.

Amenities

  • Community Clubhouse
  • Full-Time Activities Director
  • Planned Activities
  • On-Site Shuttle Bus
  • Gazebos with BBQs
  • Craft Room
  • Putting Green
  • Shuffleboard
  • Billiards amp&; Cards/
  • Cable & DSL Options
  • Scenic Views
  • Lush, Mature Landscaping
  • 15 Min. to the Vegas Strip
  • 24HR Guarded Gate
  • Heated Pool & Spa
  • Courteous, Friendly Staff
  • 24-Hour Emergency Maintenance
  • 55 & Older Age Restriction
  • Air Conditioning
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Courtyard
  • Covered Parking
  • Handicap Accessible
  • Indoor Heated Spa
  • 365/ 24/7 Heated Pool Access
  • Grassy Courtyard Areas
  • Frost-Free Refrigerator
  • Dishwasher & Disposal
  • Linen Storage
  • Private Storage
  • Laundry Facility & W/D Connections
  • Casino Bus Service
  • Fitness Center
  • On-Site Beauty Salon
  • Business Center
  • Corporate Housing Available
  • Public Transportation Available
  • Guest Suite Available
  • Coffee Bar

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nevada-Senior-Guide Lake Tonopah Apartments

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Lake Tonopah

An affordable, independent apartment community for seniors after 55 and older in the Las Vegas area. Lake Tonopah is designed to address everything you need as you begin the next and most exciting time in your life. Discover exceptional service and well-designed floor plans at Lake Tonopah apartment homes, an after 55 planned community in Las Vegas. This pet friendly community boasts thoughtfully designed one and two bedroom homes featuring open living and dining spaces perfect for entertaining, fully-equipped kitchen, built-in washer and dryer, central air and heating, large patios and balconies and air conditioning. Our residents enjoy a number of amenities including a refreshing swimming pool, fitness Center, shuffle board, horseshoe pit, clubhouse with entertainment area, library and billiards. Living at Lake Tonopah apartment homes gives you easy access to The USA Veterans Café, four drive-in theaters, and many venues for dining, shopping and entertainment. Call or stop by today and find out why our residents love calling Lake Tonopah home!

Resident Amenities

Fully Equipped Kitchens

Spacious One and Two Bedrooms

Cable Ready

Patio and/or Balcony

Walk-In Closets*

Central Air and Heating

Window Coverings

Washer and Dryer

Community Amenities

Fitness Center

Friendly On-Site Staff

Covered Parking

Clubhouse with Entertainment Area

24-Hour Emergency Maintenance

Landscaped Courtyards

Outdoor Refreshing Pool

* In Select Homes

Library Room

Pets

Lake Tonopah apartment homes is a pet friendly community! Some restrictions and deposits may apply. Please contact leasing office for details

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Choosing Senior Care Services (Nevada Senior Guide)

September 27, 2011 by · Leave a Comment
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As our loved ones begin to age, we have to wonder if they need elderly care services. How does one determine if your parents need to live in a nursing home, if they require in home healthcare, or if you’ll be able to take care of them yourself? The elderly have many more options today than they once did. Not everyone needs constant care, but sometimes it’s difficult to figure out the best option. Most seniors won’t admit they need help, so it’s up to you to look for certain cues to figure out what is best for them.

If your loved ones want to keep their independence and don’t have dangerous health issues, consider independent living communities. They will have their own apartments and will be living with others their age. This is a wonderful option for healthy seniors who may be looking to get involved in activities and want additional company. They won’t feel like you’re leaving them in a nursing home. Instead, they will be part of a social community.

Assisted living is the best choice for those who are beginning to have trouble with daily tasks and have less severe health problems. If you notice that the house is not always clean, they forget to do laundry or take medication, or they can’t cook their own meals, these are your cues for assisted living or home aides. If you move them into an assisted living home, they will receive help with grooming, bathing, and meal preparations. If your parents want to remain at home, you can have healthcare aides provide similar tasks.

The final option are nursing homes and facilities. Nursing homes are good for seniors who need 24-hour care. It is the best choice for people who have debilitating illnesses, such as dementia and Alzheimer’s. Nurses will be on staff all the time to help your parents with daily activities. This also happens to be the most expensive choice, but sometimes you have no other option. Your parents need help and you cannot give them the proper care they need. If you’re unsure, speak with your parents’ doctors to find out if nursing homes are the best solution.

Before you make a decision, talk about elderly care services with your parents. Don’t just ship them off one day and expect them to be okay with it. Sometimes you will have to take matters into your own hands, but explain to them that you only have their best interest at heart and this is for their benefit.

SeniorComfortGuide.com is an online assisted living directory featuring a number of resources for elderly care services in Ohio.

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The Difference Between Assisted Living and Nursing Homes (Nevada Senior Guide)

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Overview of Assisted Living

Assisted Living, sometimes called Personal Care, is a type of care that supports individuals with their basic Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), including bathing, dressing, preparing meals, and, in some cases, medication assistance or reminders. Residents of Assisted Living communities, whether stand-alone or part of Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC), benefit from the community’s planned social, educational and recreational programs, as well as the daily opportunities for socialization with peers. Three daily meals are generally provided.

Assisted Living housing tends to be more intimate, offering an enhanced home-like atmosphere. Apartments are generally studio or one-bedroom, with kitchenettes. Safety features such as call systems and handrails are standard.

Paying for Assisted Living

Assisted Living can be paid for from private funds or with a mixture of private funds and long-term care insurance. Supplemental private insurance will not pay for Assisted Living.

Overview of Nursing Care

Often called skilled nursing and rehab centers or nursing homes, Nursing Care communities offer both long-term skilled nursing care and short-term skilled nursing and rehabilitation services. While supporting individuals with their basic Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), including bathing, dressing, preparing meals, these communities also provide complex medical care in which the services of licensed nurses and therapists (physical, occupational, nutritional and speech) are utilized. These services are often utilized by individuals requiring short-term medical support after an injury, surgery or illness-related hospital stay. Nursing Care communities generally have 24-hour licensed care staffing.

Nursing Care housing is generally a private suite or shared accommodations. Well-designed communities enhance recovery and healing with planned social, educational and recuperative programs, as well as with an emphasis on home-like comforts.

Paying for Nursing Care

Reimbursement for Nursing Care community patients and residents depends largely on length of stay. Different funding sources kick in at different intervals. Short-term rehabilitation stays are often covered by Medicare and/or private insurance, including long-term care insurance. (Certain criteria in terms of length of hospital stay and care requirements while in the Nursing Care community have to be met to receive Medicare payments and it is worthwhile to discuss these with a discharge coordinator at the hospital.) For long-term care residents, private funds, Medicaid, and long-term care insurance are the typical methods of payment.

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Trends in Assisted Living (Nevada Senior Guide)

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Assisted living communities have become increasingly dedicated to innovation and an emphasis on hospitality in order to remain competitive during challenging economic times. Understanding the resulting assisted living trends will be helpful to families that are in the process of exploring the various options available for aging loved ones.

Assisted Living Trend #1: Wellness Programs to Enhance & Promote a Healthy Lifestyle

In 2009, the age of residents moving into assisted facilities nationwide averages 84.6 years. As seniors continue to wait longer and longer to leave their homes and move into senior living communities, the industry seeks to extend their length of stay by promoting health and wellness among their residents. Nearly every major competitor has developed a multi-dimensional program to include a variety of exercise classes and/or access to neighborhood fitness clubs, healthy meal options as well as spiritual and educational opportunities. Amenities and services that reflect this emphasis on wellness include the availability of on-site massage therapy, exercise equipment made specifically for seniors, computer training with specialized equipment and large screens as well as flexible hours for dining to accommodate medical appointments and activities. The success of such programs improves the general health and well-being of current residents and attracts new residents who are increasingly dedicated to maintaining their active lifestyles.

Assisted Living Trend #2: Larger Apartments and Increased Apartment Amenities

Between 2006 and 2009, the number of apartments in assisted facilities has decreased from a nationwide average of 63 to 54. This statistic reflects a trend in combining two apartments in order to accommodate residents who prefer larger living spaces. Whereas studios used to be the most common type of assisted living apartment, one-bedroom units are now more preferable and allow residents to keep more of their furniture and belongings that make their new apartment feel like home. In addition, many couples currently moving into assisted facilities prefer separate bedrooms for improved sleeping. Amenities frequently include spacious walk-in closets, 9-foot ceilings, balconies and/or patios to accommodate pet owners as well as enhanced kitchenettes with microwaves and small refrigerators.

Assisted Living Trend #3: Increased Flexibility in Financing Assisted Living

In light of current economic conditions, an increasing number of assisted communities are participating in Medicaid. According to a collaborative research project conducted in 2009 by the Assisted Living Federation of America, nearly half of responding assisted care providers have licensed up to 25% of their apartments for Medicaid. Other communities that may not accept Medicaid are partnering with companies that provide financing options such as a line of credit to facilitate move-ins prior to home sales. These types of options are very helpful to seniors who are reliant on the equity in their homes in order to afford assisted care. Given the number of veterans currently moving in to assisted facilities, providers are also dedicated to publicizing and promoting the Veteran’s Aid & Attendance program. For more information about eligibility requirements for this program, visit the Veteran Aid website. Finally, it’s never been a better time to ask assisted living communities about waiving entrance fees, locking in current rates and receiving assistance with moving expenses!

SeniorHomes.com is a free resource for people looking for senior housing or senior care for a loved one or themselves. With valuable articles and a comprehensive directory of care options, SeniorHomes.com is the best place to start your search for assisted living, independent living, Alzheimer’s care, a retirement community or home care.

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The Need for Senior Living Jobs (Nevada Senior Guide)

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For people currently looking at different career options, there are several things that you need to weigh. You need to pursue a career that you will thoroughly enjoy doing, that will allow you to help people, and that will pay you a decent amount of money. Senior living jobs are fall under all those categories, and they are in very high demand. There is expected to be a shortage of those working in the elderly healthcare industry, making it something that high school and college students should consider.

There are plenty of different types of senior living jobs, some that don’t require any schooling after high school, to those that require a Masters degree or a Doctorate degree. In other words, you can essentially decide how much time you want to spend in school and choose your career helping seniors accordingly. Or, you can go to convalescent homes and apartments, as well as assisted living communities, and volunteer. You will be able to get a lot of experience working with the elderly, and they will enjoy the company quite a bit.

One of the best parts of working with the elderly, in fact, is how much that they enjoy the company of others. There are very few industries quite like the senior healthcare industry in that respect. The people that you are helping will be so happy to see you and so thankful for you every day. If that isn’t enough to help sway your decision though, you will be happy to learn that the average salary of those in the senior living industry is between $40,000 and $60,000. That is not a bad amount of money to make at all, especially in the current economy, where jobs are scarce.

The other benefit to senior living jobs is the fact that you will be able to make your own schedule. Since there is a need for people working every hour of every day, that gives you a lot of flexibility with regards to when you will work. If you are someone that does not like the idea of working Monday through Friday from eight in the morning until five at night, then this is definitely something you should think about. In the end, you will find the senior healthcare industry to be a very rewarding road to go down.

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Senior Living Services: Caring for the Elderly and Easing the Pressure Off the Sandwich Generation (Nevada Senior Guide)

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Today, this rapidly expanding population is probably the largest it has ever been. Traditionally, women are a disproportionately large percentage of the caregivers. According, to “The Shriver Report: A Woman’s Nation Takes On Alzheimer’s,” women account for 65% of the Alzheimer’s population and up to three-fifths of Alzheimer patient caregivers.

The term “sandwich generation” was coined by Dorothy Miller in 1981 and refers to the group of adults whose dependents include both their own children and their aging parents.

Frequently adults, especially women, are caring for their elderly parents while simultaneously raising tweens and teenagers. Pulled in two opposite directions, it may often seem overwhelming and as though both parents and children are not getting what they need. Thus, many caregivers eventually seek out either a home health aide or senior care facility as their loved ones’ needs become more than they are equipped to handle.

Home health agencies partner an aide with an elderly patient. Home healthcare is ideal for clients who want to keep either themselves or their loved ones at home with family. Depending on a patient’s needs, the aide may be required to work either during the day or night, or live with the client for 5-6 days at a time. These aides may offer both companionship as well as custodial and medical care, helping with personal hygiene, daily medications, meals, etc. In home healthcare is minimally disruptive to a patient’s routine, allowing him or her to remain in an environment in which she is familiar. This service allows the elderly to either maintain their own residences or continue living with their families, which may actually preserve their mental and emotional health. Dementia patients, for example, benefit from a consistent environment as it helps stave off the disease’s progression. Medicare generally only pays for a small portion of home healthcare; the rest of the cost is covered by private insurance and funds.

Senior assisted living facilities allow residents to maintain some independence within a controlled environment. Seniors may bring their own furniture and other mementos from home. Generally these residences consist of little apartments that are outfitted with kitchenettes, an environment that enables residents to host family and friends in a more private setting. Main meals are generally served at set times in a large dining area and more individual care is available to those who need it. Certain senior assisted living facilities are authorized to dispense medication or reminders to take medication.

Assisted living centers also offer outings and other day trips for seniors who are able to participate. Senior assisted living is a compromise between a nursing home, which has more comprehensive medical care, and living completely autonomously. Although assisted living is normally paid from private funds and assets, certain long term insurance policies will cover licensed assisted living facilities. A few states offer Medicaid funds and waivers to help foot the bill. Assisted living is regulated by the state, so policies and practices vary.

Nursing homes offer the most extensive care, providing full custodial and medical care. For the elderly who require consistent, round the clock medical attention, this choice can be a viable option. Nursing homes provide occupational and physical therapy. Some nursing homes also offer physical rehabilitation programs, which are required after a major procedures, such as hip surgery. For sufferers of advanced dementia, nursing homes provide the round-the-clock care and attention they require.

Although nursing homes cost more due to the level of care they provide, they are also more frequently covered by Medicaid and Medicare. Some nursing home facilities have the air of a hospital and are run like one. Others try to be less austere and more homey and offer many of the same amenities as assisted living facilities.

Choosing the right solution to meet the needs of the elderly is a laborious process that requires individual case-by-case assessment. At home care, assisted living centers, and nursing homes all have their strengths and weaknesses. Each serves a dual purpose: to care for an aging population and ease the burden for familial caretakers. These services provide patients and their families with peace of mind.

www.KennethRozenberg.com operates the Centers for Specialty Care Group, a collection of prominent healthcare organizations offering short- and long-term care, as well as home health services. Learn more at www.KennethRozenberg.com.

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Nevada-Senior-Guide The Bridge – Las Vegas

www.thebridgeatparadisevalley.com

The Bridge

The Bridge of Paradise ValleyRetirement when you want it. Assistance when you need it.Imagine living in a beautiful, peaceful environment, surrounded by friends and activities.

Enjoy an enriching retirement at The Bridge at Paradise Valley

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.

Facilities

  • Several apartment floor plans to choose from
  • Community dining room
  • Wellness center
  • Cozy lounge with fireplace
  • Beauty salon and barber shop
  • Gift shop
  • Ice cream parlor
  • Library

Services

  • 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
  • Housekeeping service

Activities

  • Wii games
  • Bingo
  • Restaurant outings
  • Exercise classes
  • Afternoon socials
  • Many other social, recreational, educational programs, and cultural events

Grounds Features

  • Landscaped courtyards with gazebo and picnic area
  • Beautifully maintained grounds perfect for walking

 

 

2205 E. Harmon
L.V. NV 89119
702-369-6964


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.

Nevada-Senior-Guide Plaza at Sun Mountain – Las Vegas

Plaza at Sun Mountain:  6031 W Cheyenne Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89108  –  (702) 658-5882 (office)Download the Plaza at Sun Mountain Video:  plaza-sunmountain_0001

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.

Nevada-Senior-Guide Siena Hills – Henderson

www.sienahills.com

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Assisted Living Las Vegas

Siena Hills Assisted Living in Las Vegas offers Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care and Alzheimer’s Care.  Our staff is available 24 hours a day. Life at Siena Hills is comparable to living in a fine resort, with many of the same lifestyle enhancing amenities.

Independent Living & Assisted Living.

At Siena Hills, we strive to meet the needs of each Resident by providing an individualized care program that maintains each Resident’s privacy and dignity. Our health care services    are provided 24 hours a day and change according to your personal needs.

Reputation, Experience & Leadership.

Siena Hills’ unparalleled reputation in the community is fostered by our Executive Director, Mary Pophal. Mary has nearly twenty years of leadership experience in assisted living and memory care. Our residents and families benefit from Mary’s vision and knowledge.

Siena Hills

Active Assisted Living & Memory Care Community

Located in Henderson at
2910 Horizon Ridge Pkwy
702-614-8733

 

Nevada-Senior-Guide Lakeview-Terrace-Boulder-City

www.lvterrace.com

Welcome to Lakeview Terrace of Boulder City Assisted Living Community

Boulder City Assisted Living

Lakeview Terrace of Boulder city is a close, intimate assisted living community, located in a small, friendly historic town outside of Las Vegas.  We enjoy the natural beauty of Lake Mead, the grandeur of the mountains, and the views of the big horn sheep in our front yard.  The glitz and glamour of Las Vegas is only minutes away!

Whether you are a Boomer seeking the best for your parent, a senior interested in securing your own future care, or someone who values the companionship and wisdom of elders—you have started in the right place. Our mission guides us in creating a senior services environment where elders direct their lives. We support each individual’s choices and desires to be healthy, embrace life-long learning, and experience elderhood to its fullest.

At Lakeview Terrace, we believe in the power of the team, families, and elders working together to create a real sense of community. We invite you to visit Lakeview Terrace of Boulder City to experience the joy and security we can help provide.

Boulder City, NV Senior Care Options

Lakeview Terrace of Boulder City provides a full range of exceptional senior living options. Our  community offers all of the comforts of home with the added benefit of a  team of experienced, caring professionals dedicated to providing you or  your loved one with quality service.

Senior Care Boulder City Services & Amenities

Welcome  to your new home at Lakeview Terrace of Boulder City in Boulder City, NV. As soon as you step  foot into our beautiful senior living community, you’ll  feel right at home.

Lakeview Terrace of Boulder City offers the finest senior living in Boulder City, including daily  activities, organized outings, nutritional meals, a variety of exercise  programs and much more. Our programs are individually designed for each  senior living option. Whether you are seeking specialized memory care, or a more independent or residential care style of living, we’d love to welcome you or your loved  one home at Lakeview Terrace of Boulder City.

 

 

 

Nevada-Senior-Guide Whispering Palms – Las Vegas

Whispering Palms Senior Community

Whispering Palms Apartment Homes1&2 BEDROOM SINGLE LEVEL PATIO HOMES STARTING AT $623

  • Gated Community
  • Dishwasher & Microwave
    Covered Parking
  • Laundry Facilities
    Sparkling Pool & Spa
  • Clubhouse
  • Fully Equipped Fitness Center
  • Computer Business Center
  • Resident Activities
  • CAT Bus Line
  • Washer/Dryer hookups
  • Small Pets Welcome

702-313-3600
Senior Community
2655 W. Lake Mead
North Las Vegas, NV 89032

Office Hours:
Mon-Fri 8-5, Closed Sat & Sun

Maximum Income Limits Apply

Nevada-Senior-Guide Sunrise Senior Village – Las Vegas

www.Liveatsunriseseniorvillage.com

Sunrise Senior Village

Single Story 1 Bedroom Cottages 

Sunrise Senior Village 571 North 30th Street
Directions: From US 95, exit Eastern north to Bonanza. Go east on Bonanza to North 30 Street, turn right on 30th. Sunrise will be on your right.Features:

  • Fully gated community
  • Gas grills/gazebo
  • Laundry facilities
  • Refrigerator/dishwasher
  • Ceiling fans/large pantry
  • Spacious walk-in closet
  • Washer/Dryer hook-ups
  • Berber carpet
  • Planned activities
  • Transportation to casino and grocery

Phone:  702-383-8114

Nevada-Senior-Guide Sunrise Palms – Las Vegas

http://www.sunriseseniorliving.com/

Sunrise Palms Apartments

Sunrise Palms ApartmentsLuxury Apartments…
Affordable Rents1420 Treeline Drive
Las Vegas
702-431-2277

  • 1 & 2-Bedroom Apartment Homes
  • Gated Community
  • Free Resident Shuttle Bus Service (Shopping
    & Entertainment)
  • Emergency Pull Cords
  • Full Size Washer/Dryer in each apartment
  • Microwave & Dishwasher
  • Gas Cooking & Heating
  • Elevator Access to All Floors
  • Sparkling Swimming Pool/Relaxing Spa
  • Computer Center with high-speed internet
  • Library & Billiards
  • Exciting Planned Activities
  • Covered Parking
  • Affordable Rents. Income Restricted
  • Pets Welcome

Office Hours:
Mon-Fri 8-5, Sat 10-5

The Sunrise Difference

There’s no secret to Sunrise Senior Living’s success. Our resident-centered approach allows Sunrise seniors to maintain independence and dignity, even as their needs change.

Sunrise was founded to create senior living that champions quality of life — a mission that has helped to completely redefine senior care in the U.S. We believe that no two people are alike and that no two residents require the same service. Sunrise residents benefit from this principle through the individually tailored care delivered by our team members every day.

Our Story

Our approach to providing the best possible lifestyle for each resident has set Sunrise apart for more than 30 years, and has helped us to become an experienced and innovative provider of senior living services. The Sunrise Story shares how Founders Paul and Terry Klaassen helped transform traditional views on elder care through their belief in individualized, resident-centered care.

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The Sunrise Signature Experience

From our room layouts and interior decor to our designated care managers and community pets, Sunrise takes great care to incorporate details that enhance quality of life for seniors. Learn more about Sunrise Senior Living’s holistic approach to creating a warm and welcoming environment through the The Sunrise Signature Experience.

Sunrise Signature Dining

The Sunrise Signature Dining Program is designed for the unique nutritional needs of older adults. Our community chefs incorporate fresh, flavorful ingredients into traditional, favorite recipes and tastes from around the world. Sunrise’s Assisted Living, Independent Living, Memory Care and Short-Term Stay residents all enjoy three delicious, well-balanced meals served daily featuring a variety of menu choices and snacks available throughout the day.

To incorporate elements of Sunrise Signature Dining at home and learn the latest news on senior nutrition, visit the Sunrise Senior Eats Blog or subscribe to our RSS feed.

Nevada-Senior-Guide Sonoma Palms – Las Vegas

http://www.sonomapalms.com/

Sonoma Palms Apartments

Your home by the mountains…

Sonoma Palms Apartment Homes, located in Las Cruces, New Mexico, offers you that luxurious lifestyle you really wish you had. Now you can. Close to mountains, work and friends. Nestled in the heart of Mesilla Valley, Sonoma Palms offers you immediate access to I-25 and 70, as well as retail, restaurants and medical centers. Living at Sonoma Palms means reaping the benefits of extraordinary management services, resident programs, maintenance free living and a remarkable way of life. Come experience that exceptional, yet casual, lifestyle at Sonoma Palms. Your Home by the Mountains.

Sonoma Palms Apartments OPEN NOW!Close to pharmacies, restaurants, banking, hospital

  • Gated community
  • Side by side washer/dryer hook up
  • Alarm system
  • Separate storage facility
  • Planned activities
  • Great floor plans
  • 7600 sq. ft. Clubhouse
  • Satellite TV ready
  • Professional on site caring management team

 

3050 Jones Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV
702-309-8555

Section 8 vouchers accepted

Nevada-Senior-Guide Oakhill Apartments – Las Vegas

www.oakhillseniorliving.com

Welcome to Oak Hill Senior Living!

Oak Hill Senior Living offers 121 beautiful retirement apartments in Las Vegas, Nevada. Our apartments include studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom units. Many include a charming kitchenette and spacious bath.

Enjoy three excellent meals each day in our beautiful dining room. At Oak Hill, you can enjoy a full activity calendar with both inside and outside events to engage your mind, body and spirit. Weekly housekeeping and scheduled transportation is also part of your reasonable monthly fee.

Throw away your vacuum cleaner! Get rid of your toilet brush! Donate the lawnmower! Because at Oak Hill Senior Living Community, we take care of the chores so you don’t have to.

Oak Hill is more than a place to live – it’s a place to call home and it is a community for you to enjoy. If you have not been in for a tour, call us today for a complementary lunch and personal tour of this wonderful opportunity.

Amenities

Life in Our Community

Living at Oak Hill is an ideal lifestyle. Three meals are available to you each and every day; we do the cooking and the dishes. Or if you opt, your beautiful kitchenette gives you opportunity to enjoy a meal in your apartment.

You have worked hard for a long, long time. Put your feet up and let Oak Hill’s housekeepers do the vacuuming, the dusting, mop the bathrooms, and clean out the shower each and every week. They even change the flat linen.

Here you’ll find personal touches and activities unique to our vibrant community. Oak Hill’s activity program allows the flexibility to be as relaxed or active as you like. Here you have the option of taking up new hobbies as well as continuing with old favorites.

We’ve taken extra effort to ensure each detail at Oak Hill is above par when it comes to your enjoyment and convenience.Frequent trips around town will enable you to continue your active lifestyle while still enjoying extras such as weekly housekeeping, linen service, and landscaping. Escape to Oak Hill Senior Living and join us for the good life.

Your monthly rental rate includes the following programs and services:

  • Three delicious meals each day along with a 7:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. beverage bar
  • Weekly housekeeping
  • Paid utilities (except cable and personal telephone)
  • 24-hour security
  • Maintenance and grounds-keeping service
  • Scheduled transportation to doctor’s appointments, shopping, outings, tours, and more
  • Planned group activities and special events

Nevada-Senior-Guide McKnight Senior Village – Las Vegas

http://www.pinnacleams.com/McKnightII/

McKnight Senior Village

Single Story 1 Bedroom Cottages From $508 Per Month!651 McKnight Street(702) 380-0666Directions:
From US 95, exit Eastern north to Bonanza. Go east on Bonanza to McKnight Street, turn left. We will be on your left.571 North 30th Street(702) 383-8114Directions: From US 95, exit Eastern north to Bonanza. Go east on Bonanza to North 30 Street, turn right on 30th. Sunrise will be on your right.Features:
  • Fully gated community
  • Gas grills/gazebo
  • Laundry facilities
  • Refrigerator/dishwasher
  • Ceiling fans/large pantry
  • Spacious walk -in closet
  • Washer/Dryer hook-ups
  • Berber carpet
  • Planned activities
  • Transportation to casino and grocer

McKnight Senior is an affordable luxurious apartment community designed specifically for independent adults! Located in Las Vegas, Nevada, McKnight Senior goes the extra mile offering a wide range of services and programs to help you stay involved and active. Our Resident Activity Coordinator reassures that you will be welcomed into the community and connected to the services you need. McKnight offers everything from exercise and water aerobics programs to continuing education, social activities and free scheduled transportation. Residents can also enjoy large patios, bingo and poker night, European cabinetry and walk-in closets. Our ideal location in Las Vegas puts you minutes from fine dining and multiple shopping centers. You’ll also have easy access to the strip and the Las Vegas Expressway.

Lease today at McKnight Senior apartments!

Nevada-Senior-Guide Horizon Seniors – Las Vegas

Horizon Senior Apartments

Henderson’s Premier Apartment Community990 Equestrian Drive
Henderson, NV 89002
1 & 2-Bedroom Apartment Homes

  • Gated Community
  • Free Resident Shuttle Bus Service (Shopping &
    Entertainment)
  • Emergency Pull Cords
  • Elevator Access to All Floors
  • Full Size Washer/Dryer in each apartment
  • Microwave & Dishwasher
  • Gas Cooking & Heating
  • Covered Parking
  • Sparkling Pool & Spa- heated year round
  • Computer Center with high-speed internet
  • Library & Billiards
  • Exciting Planned Activities
  • Affordable Rents. Income Restricted
  • Pets Welcome

Office Hours:
Mon-Fri 8-5, Sat 10-5, closed Sunday

702-568-9350

Nevada-Senior-Guide Gramercy Parc – Las Vegas

www.gramercyparc.com

Gramercy Parc

Living at Gramercy Parc Keeps You Young at Heart!Ask about Managers Special: First Month Free RentFEATURES INCLUDE:
  • Gated Entry
  • Spacious Clubhouse & Game Room with daily activities
  • Small Pets Welcome
  • Indoor Jacuzzi & Heated Pool
  • Free Buses to Casino’s & Shopping

Junior 1 BDR from $689.00
Large 1 BDR/1BTH from $775.00
Large 2 BDR/2BTH from $840.00

Some restrictions apply

Office hours:
Mon.-Sat. 8-5

2001 E. Tropicana Ave.
Las Vegas, NV. 89119
Between Spencer & Eastern

(702) 736-8666

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Nevada-Senior-Guide Destinations at Sandhill – Las Vegas

www.destinationslivingatsandhill.com

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Nevada-Senior-Guide Destinations Pueblo – Las Vegas

www.destinationslivingatpueblo.com

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Nevada-Senior-Guide – Oakey by Destinations

www.oakeyalf.com

A full service community offers all the benefits of upscale independent living with the added features of restaurant style meals, housekeeping, laundry service and all utilities paid (except phone an cable). Transportation is provided to doctor appointments and community social outings.

 

Nevada-Senior-Guide Acacia Springs – Las Vegas

www.acaciaspringsseniorliving.com

8630 West Nevso Drive, Las Vegas

Call: 1-888-714-1842

Acacia Springs

Acacia Springs Retirement CommunityCelebrating One-Year Anniversary”NO LEASE REQUIRED”We Welcome You To Visit Acacia Springs And Experience the Difference For Yourself!

  • One & Two Bedroom Floorplans
  • Dining Room
  • Scheduled Transportation
  • Fitness Center
  • 60 Seat Movie Theater
  • Heated Pool
  • Indoor Jacuzzi
  • Library
  • Game Room with Billiards Table
  • Computer Lab/Internet Access
  • Arts & Crafts Room
  • Putting Green
  • Ice Cream Soda Shoppe
  • Pam’s Beauty/Barber Salon on-site
  • Care 4 Life on-site
  • Pet Friendly
  • Weekly Housekeeping & Services
  • 3 Delicious Meals Daily
  • Transportation

FREE LUNCH WITH TOUR!

8630 W. Nevso Dr.
Las Vegas, NV 89147
1 Block South of Flamingo & Durango

702-942-8700

Welcome to Acacia Springs

Our philosophy of service at Acacia Springs Independent and Assisted Living encourages an active and independent senior lifestyle that supports residents’ privacy and dignity. Our senior apartments are considered the premier Las Vegas senior retirement community. Acacia Springs provides Assisted Living and Independent Living services. Our community environment is rich in daily activities, with restaurant-style dining, graciously appointed interiors and apartment styles. Our senior housing environment provides full-service senior living with resort-style amenities in the heart of Nevada, serving Henderson, Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Spring Valley, Sunrise Manor, and surrounding communities. Come see for yourself.

Services and Amenities

Great location, beautiful apartment homes and a commitment to providing a quality lifestyle make Acacia Springs a retirement community you can rely on for Assisted Living and Independent Living. Our assisted living facilities provide residents with choices that encourage independence in a retirement home environment with a caring and compassionate staff.

Individual Preferences

The Individual Preferences of our residents are the guiding principle in Assisted Living and Independent Living at Acacia Springs. Our residents choose how to live each day in our retirement community to maximize their senior living experience.


 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.

A full service community offers all the benefits of upscale independent living with the added features of restaurant style meals, housekeeping, laundry service and all utilities paid (except phone an cable). Transportation is provided to doctor appointments and community social outings.

 

 

  • Senior Industry Network Group Events

    Monthly SING Meetings are held the first Thursday of every month at our NEW location below:

    Desert Canyon - HealthSouth
    9175 W. Oquendo Rd.
    Las Vegas, NV 89148

    S.I.N.G. Agenda:
    - Coffee and bagels will be served
    - A time to show gratitude by thanking those who have sent you referrals
    - Announcements around the room
    - One minute commercials
    - Open Discussion on topics of Self Empowerment

    * When? The 1st Thursday of every month. Networking starts at: 8:00am | Meeting starts at: 8:30am

    * How Much? It’s free!