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Independent Living:
Independent Living (I.L.) is for active, self-reliant seniors with few, minor medical issues. Residents live in their own apartments or villas and choose whether or not to use campus dining services.

Assisted Living:
Assisted Living (A.L.) is for seniors who require help with medications and daily life tasks, but not at an extremely high level. Residents live in apartments and utilize the 3-meal-per-day dining program as well as housekeeping.

Memory Care:
Memory Care living is for those suffering from Alzheimer’s or dementia. Daily life is designed to nurture the individual while promoting wellness. Residents live in private rooms or apartments and utilize the 3-meal-per-day dining program as well as housekeeping.

Respite Care:
Respite Care is short term care offered to allow caregivers time for personal errands, events, and vacations.

Outpatient Therapy:
Outpatient Therapy is for those who require rehabilitation or therapy sessions without a facility stay.