At Heritage Springs, our residents awake each morning knowing they have control over whatever lies ahead. Each day is as active, inspiring and as independent as they want it to be. After all, our philosophy is to encourage an active, Las Vegas senior lifestyle that supports privacy and dignity.
Heritage Springs is a resort-like senior living community located near the corner of West Flamingo Road and South El Capitan in beautiful, sunny Las Vegas. We’re near the 215 and just seven miles from the Las Vegas strip. You can see the glow of the casinos from many of our apartments. Plus, our residents can enjoy the beauty of the nearby Red Rock Mountains, take in a NASCAR event at the Las Vegas Speedway, or shop at the Downtown Summerlin Mall.
Our residents love to travel around the area, but travel isn’t always necessary because the opportunities for socializing, exercise, games, watching a movie, or simply relaxing are virtually endless right here.
Heritage Springs has been recognized as a 2016 recipient of the Bronze – Commitment to Quality Award for its dedication to improving the lives of residents through quality care. “It’s an honor to be recognized for the hard work and quality of care our team provides every day” said Julie Peterson, Executive Director of Heritage Springs. “We are committed to providing high-quality, person-centered care to our residents and their families. We will never stop improving.”
To discover more about Heritage Springs, call us at 702-360-6023
Heritage Springs, 8720 West Flamingo Road; Las Vegas, NV 89147
Welcome to Legacy House…
Premier Senior Living in Las Vegas, Nevada
Welcome to Legacy House of Centennial Hills. With beautiful views of the Spring Mountains and conveniently located just minutes from Centennial Hills Hospital, physician offices, restaurants and shopping, Legacy House of Centennial Hills is Las Vegas, Nevada’s newest senior living community. Scheduled to open Fall of 2016, Legacy House, a premier senior living community, provides both assisted living and memory care services. Our residents enjoy daily activities, restaurant-style dining, beautifully decorated living areas and a variety of apartment floor plans—all in a home-like setting.
Assisted Living & Memory Care
At Legacy House of Centennial Hills, we believe that the more our residents can be independent, the healthier they are and the better they feel. No matter what stage of life we’re in, maximizing independence, maintaining dignity and having choices is important.
Our Personal Touch Culture
Nevertheless, there comes a time when we all could use a helping hand, even for the most basic daily activities like dressing, bathing, grooming or taking medications. At Legacy House of Centennial Hills, we recognize those times and provide just the right amount of help to meet those needs—it’s part of our Personal Touch philosophy.
Visit today. We’d love to have you over for lunch.
Legacy House of Centennial Hills
6310 N. Durango Drive Las Vegas, Nevada 89149
Phone: (702) 978-5000
The staff at Sterling Ridge has been individually selected based on prior experience, training and their authentic desire to be of service to our residents and their families. Building on this foundation, each new staff member receives a comprehensive orientation to our community. Each department is actively supervised by a manager who continuously seeks to improve the experiences of our residents and their families.
Let the staff at Sterling Ridge welcome you home.
Sterling Ridge focuses on a resident-centered approach to day-to-day life. With an ever evolving social calendar, we try to meet the needs and desires of each of our residents. Be entertained by weekly Happy Hour performers, movie nights and a variety of games. Indulge at the Ice Cream Social and Margarita Madness. Keep your body active with Beach Ball Volleyball , Chair Exercises and even Water Balloon Fights. Don’t forget to keep your mind active by participating in Trivia, Cranium Crunch and Words from Words. All this and more is held at our community, but we also load up the Sterling Ridge bus for outings to restaurants, casinos and stores. We can also accommodate the necessary errands of life with scheduled outings to medical appointments, banks, the post office and even the DMV.
Independent Living is just that: Independent. It’s a wonderful option for those 55 and older who would like fewer worries and a more social environment! No health or care services are provided by our staff, but many other services are provided and available, such as meals, housekeeping, a social calendar and transportation. All basic utilities are included in the monthly rent, so there are much fewer bills to worry about.
Should one need a little extra help with some day-to-day activities, Assisted Living would be the right fit. At the Assisted Living level, residents can still maintain independence, but get a little of the help that may be needed. Assistance by our trained care staff can be provided in medication management, Activities of Daily Living (such as bathing, dressing, grooming, toilet assistance), and reminders.
Our Memory Care wing is designed for those with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia who need more hands on assistance in a safe and secured environment. Our specially trained staff provides ongoing care with continuous patience.
Please feel free to write or visit us at:
4255 Spencer Street
Las Vegas, Nevada 89119
Call us at: 702-732-0652
Our fax number is: 702-732-9520
At Stone Valley Alzheimer’s Special Care Center you’ll find all of the things that make life worth living – good friends, light-filled rooms with brand new furnishings, outdoor courtyards perfect for enjoying the fresh air and a caring and committed staff dedicated to bringing your loved one the best dementia and respite care in Reno.
Part of the specialized services offered at Stone Valley Alzheimer’s Special Care Center includes our Meaningful Moments® program, a philosophy specific to our community.
Using our exclusive training as a guide, caring staff members learn in great detail the life stories and memories of our residents before the time they began experiencing dementia. Information includes their likes, dislikes, personal and professional accomplishments, events and people who influenced their lives and personal preferences.
This information is then made a part of our memory care residents’ days here at Stone Valley Alzheimer’s Special Care Center, along with familiar faces and standard routines, bringing meaning to each moment they spend with us.
Stone Valley Alzheimer’s Special Care Center offers two options of affordable and fully-furnished floor plans, as well as two beautiful dining areas, nutritious and delicious meals and snacks, daily entertainment options and excursions, transportation and housecleaning and linen service, among other amenities.
When looking for the right kind of care for your loved one with Alzheimer’s or other dementia needs, look no further than Stone Valley Alzheimer’s Special Care Center.
Call us at 775-746-2200 to tour the area’s newest specialized community!
6155 Stone Valley Dr, Reno, NV 89523
At MorningStar, it’s in the air. In the very chemistry of the place. You can feel it. You can see it with your own eyes, every day: our staff flat out loving our residents, loving them like they do their own moms and dads.
Ken Jaeger, founder of MorningStar, proved his acumen for the senior living industry through 15 years of executive roles, garnering experience in acquisitions, construction and management.
In 2003, an idea began to take shape, a pressing dream to create his own brand of senior living defined by the human touch. “I wanted to re-create my grandmother’s house, a place where one can go and feel a sense of family.”
Ken had specific designs on how to foster the ultimate environment for the well being of seniors. Out of these convictions, he established three precepts for MorningStar: Honor God. Value All Seniors. Invest generously in his team.
From his first home in Denver, MorningStar Assisted Living of Littleton, the difference was manifest: all the amenities of a five-star resort infused with the warmth of a real home.
And now, ten years and 12 homes later, MorningStar has become a landmark name in senior living.
From independent living to assisted living, from basic care through Alzheimer’s support, MorningStar’s continuum of service allows residents to extend their stay until a diagnosis calls for 24-hour nursing. Through Respite Care and Day Programs, MorningStar also opens its homes for short-term stays.
Our website offers even more about the MorningStar difference. There you’ll read about WellStar, our signature program which encompasses the physical, social, spiritual and intellectual sides of wellness. You’ll see a gallery of our award-winning architecture and gracious design. And find a Decision Guide that helps families understand & navigate the complex world of senior living, complete with downloadable templates. Read especially “Testify to Love,” which captures the sentiments of residents, their families and our staff as to why we do what we do and the impact we have.
We see our residents as heroes—men and women who have exacted out of life all its triumphs and trials, who in raw courage and tenacity have invested their days. Seniors are a testimony to the colossal events in history. They’ve witnessed world wars and the worldwide web—all in one glorious sweep. If anyone deserves honor and respect, it is our seniors. This is MorningStar’s high and chosen calling.
MorningStar Senior Living of Sparks, 2360 Wingfield Hills Drive, Sparks, NV 89436
Stutchman Family Business Recognized with “When The Going Gets Tough” Award
For the past 40 years the Stutchman family has been in the business of senior care, presently owning and operating Arbors Memory Care Community. During their tenure they’ve seen highs and lows in their business, including economic downturns and the death of a husband/father/principal partner. Through it all though, they’ve not only survived, but they’ve been able to thrive.
The Stutchman family was recently recognized by the Nevada Business Magazine through the publication’s annual Family Owned Business Awards. They received the award for “When The Going Get’s Tough.” The winner of this award is defined as “A business that faced adversity and made changes to adapt to what was sure to be a tough time.”
The magazine received several hundred nominations and narrowed those down to three finalists and then one winner in 10 categories for both the South and North part of the state.
Nevada Business Magazine had this to say about the Arbors, “Founded by Connie and Tom Stutchman, Arbors Memory Care Community is in a tough business, assisted living. Couple that with the recent economic downturn and the Arbors had to adapt to survive. Run today by the Stutchman’s daughter, Gina and her husband Jason Lewis, the organization has found a way to adapt their business model and provide affordable, yet quality assisted living.”
Some of the ways the Arbors has adapted is to add triple occupancy to their room mix, creating a more affordable option for families who need care for their over one with Alzheimer’s. They also began to offer fixed-rate, all-inclusive pricing which enabled families to count on a consistent monthly amount for care throughout their family member’s entire stay. Lastly the Arbors remodel project has just begun as well which will provide an even brighter and more inviting environment for residents and staff.
“We are absolutely thrilled to win this award and to be recognized by the business community for our years of dedication to quality senior care in Northern Nevada. We look forward to caring for our seniors and providing jobs in the Reno/Sparks community for another 40 years,” says owner Gina Stutchman.
Arbors Memory Care Community is a locally owned and operated residential community providing care for individuals with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. The Arbors, which is licensed for 72 beds, consistently receives an A grade in state inspections.
For more information, please contact Arbors Memory Care Community at (775) 331-2229 or visit www.arborsmemorycare.com.
Caring.com’s New Referral Program Supported by Leading Assisted Living Operators
Caring.com Named Preferred Provider by Assisted Living Federation of America (ALFA)
SAN MATEO, Calif., May 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — A group of the nation’s largest senior living providers — including Brookdale Senior Living (NYSE: BKD), Emeritus Senior Living (NYSE: ESC), Benchmark Senior Living, and Senior Star — have chosen Caring.com as their agency of record for national buying of Internet leads for families looking for housing and care for their elderly loved ones. Separately, the Assisted Living Federation of America (ALFA) named Caring.com as its preferred partner for Internet marketing services.
With surging demand in the U.S. senior housing market, more Americans than ever before are turning to the Internet and online word of mouth to find and select the best senior living providers for their senior loved ones. About 30-50% of the senior living industry’s leads are coming from the Internet and that number is expected to rise, as tech adoption among baby boomers and seniors alike continues to increase. Whether seeking independent living, assisted living, or memory care, about two million consumers every month turn to Caring.com to find expert guidance about their options, research local providers, and get help in making well-informed selection decisions.
The country’s top senior living providers have chosen Caring.com to increase visibility of their senior living communities, optimize inquiry-to-visit rates, and leverage Caring.com’s resources to better nurture leads from the moment the search begins, through the research and decision-making phases, all the way to community selection and move-in.
In Q4-2012, Caring.com expanded its service offering with the launch of a new toll-free referral help line. Available seven days a week to those seeking senior housing, Caring.com’s family advisors explain different types of senior living options, help identify local senior communities matched to the prospective resident’s needs and preferences, schedule tours, share and encourage consumer reviews, and answer a range of senior living questions. With this added consumer support infrastructure, as well as other new and expanded capabilities for lead qualification and nurturing, the group of senior living community partners announced Caring.com as the agency of record for lead qualification and development, starting January 1. The help line is now referring nearly four thousand prospective residents per week.
“Caring.com has been great to work with as they’ve added the referral model to their business,” said Jayne Sallerson, executive vice president of sales and marketing at Emeritus Senior Living. “Emeritus wanted to consolidate our Internet lead buying with a company we could trust, and Caring.com has demonstrated their commitment to consumers, to us, and to the industry. Their new program is showing positive signs of increased tours and conversions.”
“Caring.com has proven themselves to be a strong partner for Brookdale,” said Jim Pusateri, senior vice president of sales at Brookdale Senior Living. “Working with fewer Internet lead sources has improved our operational efficiencies, lowered our marketing costs, and improved consumers’ experience with Brookdale Senior Living.”
Separately, ALFA, the largest national association of providers of professionally managed communities for seniors, signed Caring.com as its preferred provider for Web-based lead services as well as to power the organization’s new ALFA Senior Living Community Directory.
“Caring.com is our preferred provider of Web-based services because they are an exceptional online resource,” said Richard P. Grimes, president and CEO of ALFA, which is the largest national association exclusively dedicated to professionally managed, consumer-driven senior living communities. “Caring.com’s high-quality content, easy-to-use directory, and online reviews help prospective residents and their families find the right solutions for their needs — this is good for consumers and good for senior living.”
“From the beginning, we’ve focused on building the most comprehensive and most credible online resource to help those caring for a senior parent, spouse, or other loved one,” says Andy Cohen, co-founder and CEO of Caring.com. “Unlike some other Internet resources that will only share information about those providers who pay them, we’ve stayed true to our social mission and help connect consumers to a variety of quality resources for their needs. Working with ALFA and the leading senior living communities helps enable our ability to best serve those in need of senior care — and we continue to offer referral to free and low-cost support resources as well.”
More information for senior living providers interested in partnering with Caring.com is available here: http://providerinfo.caring.com/ProviderGetListed.html Consumers can begin their search for senior housing here: http://www.caring.com/local
Caring.com is the leading website for family caregivers seeking information and support as they care for aging parents, spouses, and other loved ones. Caring.com provides helpful caregiving content,online support groups, and the most comprehensive Senior Care Directory in the United States, with 35,000 consumer ratings and reviews and a toll-free senior living referral line (1-866-824-8174). In January 2012, Caring.com launched the Caring Stars award program recognizing America’s best assisted living communities based on consumer reviews. This year, 383 communities in 40 states were named the Caring Stars of 2013. Based in San Mateo, California, Caring.com is a private company funded by DCM, Intel Capital, Shasta Ventures, and Split Rock Partners. Connect with Caring.com onFacebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, LinkedIn and/or YouTube.
Read about the role of horses and Dr. Andrew Weil along with other exciting news about Watermark’s latest innovation in senior living, The Hacienda at the River in Tucson, Arizona.
Innovative Senior Housing Community Takes Shape in Tucson
Partnerships and Affiliations Announced
Tucson, Ariz. – Before concrete is even poured for the Hacienda at the River, longtime Tucson senior housing developer David Freshwater and his operating partner, David Barnes, are carefully laying the foundation for Tucson’s newest and most innovative senior living community by solidifying partnerships and affiliations with some of Tucson’s biggest names in integrative medicine and therapy.
Most notably, Freshwater and Barnes are teaming with Andrew Weil, MD, to oversee onsite organic gardens and establish culinary principles that will promote optimum health. Co-directors of the Arizona Center on Aging, Mindy Fain, MD, and Janko Nikolich-Zugich, MD, Ph.D., have agreed to provide team-based interdisciplinary healthcare (Fain), incorporating the latest standards and advances of geriatric research (Nikolich) to Hacienda residents, complementing their primary care. Steven Wool, M.D. will serve as medical director and private practice doctor for the community. Evan Kligman, M.D. will coordinate and act as ongoing liaison for all University of Arizona partnerships and affiliations with the Hacienda at the River and other programs under development for Freshwater and Barnes’ organization, Watermark Retirement Communities.
According to Freshwater, the Hacienda team has also entered into an agreement with Barbara K. Rector, MA, CEIP co-founder of Therapeutic Riding of Tucson and Adventures in Awareness, to direct onsite equine therapy, believed to be the first program of its kind to be permanently integrated into an assisted living community.
“We’ve seen equine therapy work so well with residents in other Watermark locations that we’ve made it central to our vision for The Hacienda at the River,” said Freshwater. “Given that The Hacienda site is historically a horse property, we feel this use is especially fitting.”
Utilizing Mission Revival architecture, reflective of the Southwest’s iconic heritage, and set on the terrace at the edge of the Rillito River near River and Hacienda del Sol roads, the Hacienda at the River is envisioned to be a new style of community for mature individuals who need assisted living, memory care, nursing and short-term rehabilitation. The Hacienda is Watermark’s branded response to a new paradigm for de-institutionalized senior living environments: elders receive care almost invisibly through universal workers integrated into the core household, creating a family-centered setting that seamlessly provides expert personal and health support. Each of the four single-story homes at the Hacienda includes a living room and kitchen, library, family room and a front porch. The homes have courtyards with mesquite and other canopy trees. Resident suites in each home have private baths and roll in showers. Nursing and rehab services will also be provided at the new community in a two-story building with the look and feel of a boutique hotel rather than a traditional, institutional nursing home.
Other features of the development will include:
• Green building techniques including water harvesting and gray water systems, and other energy and water saving techniques leading to LEED certification;
• On-site orchard and gardens for providing a portion of fruits and vegetables used at the community;
• On-site restaurant and café featuring natural, organic foods (including those grown on-site) whenever possible serving residents, family members and visitors alike;
• Two rehab facilities for short-term and outpatient services including speech, hearing, occupational, and physical therapies. The Hacienda is also planning to integrate aquatic as well as equine therapies into its rehab programming.
The purchase of the 7.5-acre site closed October 3 and groundbreaking is expected in 2013. More affiliations are in the works, to be announced.
Freshwater and Barnes are nationally noted seniors’ housing experts who happen to live in Tucson. They opened their first senior living community, The Fountains at La Cholla, 25 years ago. Watermark now operates 31 communities coast to coast.
Nevada Senior Guide Announces Arbors Memory Care Community Top Rating
Nevada Senior Guide Announces Arbors Memory Care Community Receives State’s Top Rating in Annual Survey. Family owned memory care community in Nevada receives another “A” grade.
Sparks, NV, August 09, 2012 –(PR.com)– Family owned memory care community in Nevada receives another “A” grade
Arbors Memory Care Community has received another “A” grade from the State of Nevada Department of Health and Human Services.
This is the 9th year in a row the community in Sparks, which specializes in the care of people with Alzheimer’s and related dementias, has received the highest rating from the Health Division’s Bureau of Health Care Quality and Compliance.
Owned and operated by the Stutchman family, the Arbors has never been resurveyed to achieve the A grade. They have consistently received the highest rating on the first survey or inspection.
Some assisted living and memory care communities receive a lower grade on the first inspection and then must be resurveyed once any deficiencies have been corrected.
During the annual survey state inspectors show up unannounced and check on resident care, medication management, employee fingerprints and background checks, resident medical records, cleanliness of the building and fire safety.
Survey results may be viewed at http://www.health.nv.gov/Deficiencies_Qry.asp#agc_ and click on the AGC/AGZ link.
Each licensed community in the state is surveyed on an annual basis. Facilities then receive a grade between A and D. An A grade means the community is well run with minor administrative issues and no harm is likely to occur. A grade of D means serious harm has occurred or a condition or incident has resulted in death or serious harm and/or multiple administrative issues were cited.
“We are so incredibly proud of our continuous A grade,” said owner Gina Stutchman. “One of the many benefits to being family-owned is that all of the decisions regarding the quality of care are made right here in our building, not at corporate headquarters in another state.”
Stutchman also said the Arbors provides ongoing staff training that far surpasses the state requirements.
“Our training focuses on the fact that each person with memory loss is unique and is affected in a different way. Understanding the disease process and learning a variety of ways to communicate allows our caregivers to reduce anxiety and create a comfort zone for our residents and their families.”
Arbors Memory Care Community is a family-owned and operated residential community providing care for persons living with Alzheimer’s or other dementias.
The Arbors, located at 2121 E. Prater Way in Sparks, offers long term stays, as well as respite stays for caregivers needing a short-term care solution.
For more information, please contact Stephanie Hanna, Arbors Memory Care Community (775) 331-2229 or visit www.arborsmemorycare.com.
For more information about Nevada Senior Guide, please go to http://www.nvseniorguide.com
Who We Are
A Little Bit of History…
Founded in 1992, Willow Creek Association (WCA) is a not-for-profit Christian organization that exists to maximize the transformative power of the local church. Our vision is to see every local church reach its full redemptive potential — becoming an unbridled conduit for the transforming power of Jesus Christ. In short, we provide vision, inspiration, connection, tools, training, resources, and venues for church leaders like you to learn from and support one another.
Serving Leaders Worldwide…
For nearly 20 years, the WCA has developed a respected history of excellence and innovation in serving local churches and their leaders. We’re privileged to serve alongside 7,000 Member Churches representing more than 90 denominations and training leaders in 85 countries. Over the course of a year 15,000 churches engage with our vision, training, and resources.
Bill Hybels, Chairman of the Board @BillHybels
“When God transforms the life of just one leader, that leader can transform a church. When one church is transformed, you can transform a community. And… eventually the entire world is affected with the positive, life-changing power of Jesus Christ and the restoring work of His people.” – Bill Hybels
Jim Mellado, WCA President @JimMellado
“I am passionate about what can happen when God captures the heart of a faith community and it becomes a life-transforming agent to its community and the world as He intended.” – Jim Mellado
Connection with an under-resourced community can change your congregation’s perspective on faith and the challenges of the worldwide Church. These relationships provide a spiritual and emotional connection for your congregation and will open doors to great serving opportunities.
Effective discipleship is hard work.
You and your ministry team may spend countless hours creating opportunities, but are people growing? How can you be sure what you are doing is truly relevant to the spiritual growth of those in your church?
The REVEAL Spiritual Life Survey uncovers the hearts of your people so God can show you new ways to help them grow. REVEAL invites your congregation to honestly answer the question, “Where are you in a relationship to God”?
Over 1,500 pastors have asked this question of more than 450,000 church members have answered.
Churches of every size and shape are beginning to see their people move toward deep love of God and genuine love for others.
Learn new ways for your people to love Him and others more…
… those who are stuck will begin moving again…
… those who are dissatisfied with find hope for their journey of faith…
…those who are growing will build spiritual momentum…
Personalized Practical Resources
- Custom report generated by your congregation’s responses, detailed explanations and charts
- RevealWorks, a digital tool kit to help interpret your results – includes next steps with devotionals, self-guided planning sessions for your team, and processing tools
- Facilitator guides to make planning sessions more productive
The REVEALWORKS planning process is a self-facilitated, four-step process that guides a ministry team through understanding, prioritizing and acting in response to the REVEAL Spiritual Life Survey. Each step of the process is guided by a complete kit that provides your team with everything needed to lead an effective planning workshop.
Deciding to move to a senior retirement community is one of the biggest decisions you make. It can be an exciting time, but it can also cause some confusion when it comes to choosing which type of community is best for you or your loved one. People have different needs. Living options are not “one size fits all.”
To help you find the best fit, this article explains the main types of senior retirement options, including independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing, memory care and continuing care retirement communities.
Independent living facilities are apartment style homes that allow a person to maintain complete autonomy. This type of facility is a very good option for those that can still do everything for themselves but need contact with other people – and less isolation than living at home alone. Senior independent living facilities usually have on site staff members that provide minimal supervision. Independent living facilities also offer activities and services for residents, ranging from tennis and swimming to fine dining and hair salons.
Assisted living facilities are designed to help those that have difficulty caring for themselves to the extent that they can no longer live in their own home. These facilities are staffed 24 hours a day. Employees are trained to assist residents with their needs and provide supervision. A typical person living in an assisted living facility may need help managing medication, bathing, or getting dressed. While assisted living provides residents with assistance with the activities of daily living, they do not provide round-the-clock skilled nursing services.
Skilled Nursing Centers
For round-the-clock medical supervision, Skilled Nursing is the way to go. Skilled Nursing facilities are designed to house and assist individuals who have health conditions that require constant monitoring and the availability of medical personnel. Because of the high level of monitoring that skilled nursing facilities provide, they are staffed with medical personnel 24 hours a day. Skilled nursing facilities provide an invaluable service to those that have medical problems that require constant medical monitoring and/or high levels of assistance.
Senior Memory Care Communities
Caring for those who have dementia requires special expertise. Alzheimer’s and dementia careãcommunities represent a special form of assisted living, with housing, supportive services and care to those who have varying levels of dementia. Staff members are carefully selected and trained to understand and manage the unique challenges associated with dementia care. Physical and behavioral issues as well as life history are key factors in creating daily routines and service plans for residents. Memory Support Centers provides daily structure seven days per week to help maintain the resident’s abilities and encourage the use of their remaining skills.
Continuing Care Retirement Communities
Continuing Care Retirement Communities, or CCRCs, provide a place where seniors can live, socialize and receive they care they need, while knowing that they can remain in the same community should their care needs change in the future.
A CCRC setting is one that will be able to accommodate you or your family member’s needs now, as well as in the future – all in the same community. If their need for care increases, a person who chooses a CCRC will be able to remain in the same community setting, but get Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing or Dementia care, while keeping the same neighbors and living in a familiar setting.
This means that the ideal living situation is one that can provide for an individual’s current and future needs while allowing him to maintain as much of his independence as possible.
Carol Cummings is a RN and Certified Wellness Coach at Brookdale Senior Living. She shares her knowledge and experience at Brookdale’s Optimum Life Blog. Brookdale Senior Living has a full spectrum of senior living communities throughout the United States, including Independent Living, Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing Centers and Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care Residences. Find a Brookdale Senior Living Community near you at http://www.brookdaleliving.com/.
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The Nevada Senior Guide is your comprehensive resource directory for seniors and those who support them.
Are you looking for something in particular?
An assisting living facility in a certain area, perhaps?
Whatever it is, just let us know by filling in the form you see below and we will do our very best to help!
COMPLETE SENIOR GUIDE LISTING
Apartments & Independent
Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing & Memory Care
Health & Home Care
The Nevada Senior guide provides information about homes, health, services and leisure activities.
Featuring wonderful health care providers such as Circle of Life:
The print version of Nevada Senior Guide is free and is available throughout Las Vegas, Henderson, Green Valley, Boulder City, North Las Vegas, Pahrump and Summerlin.
The Nevada Senior Guide contains the Senior Services Directory including government and non-profit agencies that offer services to seniors in Nevada. These services include food and housing assistance, transportation for medical appointments and other life enhancing services.
A Level of Care Directory is included to assist in the selection of appropriate services in assisted living faculties.
Previously known as the Las Vegas Senior Guide, Mathis began the publication in 2001 because she recognized the need to inform seniors about services that were available to them. It is distributed in Von’s Grocery Stores, Whole Foods Grocery Stores, all libraries and hospitals through-out southern Nevada.
Our Mission Statement: To Publish the most popular, user friendly, visible, results-based, free publication & website
The publication is filled with informative articles that relate to Senior issues including health care, home health and leisure activities.
“Seniors are a unique group because they have so many needs that aren’t met as easily as those of the younger generations,” Mathis stated. “They are the largest percentage of our country’s population and are always looking for resources and good deals, no matter what their income level. The directory is also useful to baby boomers who can use it to find resources for their aging parents.”
“I do not know of any other advertisement that gives you so much for the price and not only produces results, but also has a staff that goes out of its way to help their advertisers through education and networking. Megan and her staff WANT you to be successful. To not advertise in Nevada Senior Guide is like giving your competition referrals.” – Mark A. Simmons, QDCS, Exploring Life Transitions, Memory Care Consultant
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.
Active Assisted Living & Memory Care Community
Located in Henderson at
2910 Horizon Ridge Pkwy
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.
Henderson Senior Living – Pacifica Green Valley
Pacifica Senior Living understands that at any age, maintaining a sense of freedom and independence is very important. At our Henderson senior living community you will enjoy a lifestyle of choice. Our Heartland Assisted Living staff is trained to provide the services you may need in a supportive environment. Our goals are to promote an active and self-reliant lifestyle; to recognize when assistance is necessary; to provide caring attention; and to continue to educate our community.
Pacifica Senior Living Green Valley provides the most innovative healthcare solutions for senior living in Henderson, NV to our residents and their families. By embracing the latest research available, we have developed the best care solutions available for assisted living and memory care for seniors in Henderson.
Services and Amenities
Pacifica Senior Living Green Valley is a gracious single story full-service retirement community nestled among beautifully manicured grounds, gardens, and walking paths.
We encourage our residents to allow us (the staff) to assist them in any way we can. We believe it is our residents’ turn to relax and enjoy retirement living at its fullest. Our mission is to help them feel at home each and every day.
In addition to the apartment home maintenance, we offer generous amenities and services.
Pacifica Senior Living Amenities Include:
- A charming, gated community with a single story, cottage-style design – no long corridors, stairs or elevators.
- 24-hour on-site professional staffing
- Family-style dining – three times a day
- Weekly housekeeping, linens and personal laundry
- All utilities (phone at an additional fee)
- Cable television
- Scheduled transportation
- Social, educational, spiritual, and recreational programs
- Full service beauty salon (additional fee)
- Access to comfortable indoor and outdoor leisure areas
- Manicured and maintained landscaped grounds with water fountain
- Expansive rose garden and walking paths
- Vibrant activities program-rose hall community center
- On-site apartment home maintenance
- Pets welcome! (additional fee)
Our separate, secured memory care community offers:
- Personalized memory care in a secure, comfortable setting
- 24 hour safety supervision and assistance
- Daily programs to enhance resident engagement
- Secure exterior courtyards specifically designed for resident outdoor experiences
Cottages of Green Valley
2620 Robindale Road
West of Pecos
Aegis of Las Vegas
|Aegis of Las Vegas – Assisted Living and Memory Care
You can’t give back her memories. You can give back her life.
People live here. When your parent suffers from Alzheimer’s disease, you can feel helpless. At Aegis Living, our industry-leading Life’s Neighborhood‚ lets your mom or dad experience daily living without anxiety. With comfortable surroundings and round-the-clock care, this may be the biggest help you could give them. Call today for more information.
9100 W. Desert Inn Road
Las Vegas, NV 89177
Alzheimer’s care communities are designed to sensitively care for those with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia. These communities offer safe and secure residential care for those who need 24 hour assistance. Residents will receive the individual care they need, while maintaining their dignity and comfort in a caring and compassionate environment.
Sunrise Palms Apartments
|Sunrise Palms ApartmentsLuxury Apartments…
Affordable Rents1420 Treeline Drive
- 1 & 2-Bedroom Apartment Homes
- Gated Community
- Free Resident Shuttle Bus Service (Shopping
- 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
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 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.
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: Level of Care Directory – LAS VEGAS
Retirement Community: Complete independent living with amenities such as transportation, daily scheduled activities, housekeeping, and full meals.
Assisted Living: Assistance is provided for daily activities such as dressing, bathing, grooming and medication management.
Memory Care: Specialized facility for residents suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease or any other form of dementia in a secure environment.
Category 1: Resident must be able to leave their bedroom area in 4 minutes or less with no assistance in case of fire or emergency.
Category 2: Resident must be able to leave their bedroom area in 4 minutes or less with assistance in case of fire or emergency.
Rehab: Skilled nursing services providing rehabilitation as prescribed by a doctor.
Respite: 24 hour care for anyone in need of assistance, including memory care for a short period of time. Usually 7 – 30 days.
Skilled Nursing Facility: Provides skilled nursing services under the supervision of licensed nurses.
Intermediate Care: Offers a level of care between an Assisted Living facility and a Skilled Nursing facility under the supervision of licensed nurses.
Long Term Acute Care: Offers a higher level of medical care and rehabilitation than is offered at a skilled nursing facility for long or short term stays.