Assisted Living Hero

Assisted Living, Defined.

Assisted living provides personalized care in a residential setting. Also known as supportive living and personal care, assisted living helps independent-minded seniors who could benefit from some support with the activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, grooming, and assistance with medication live their best lives.

Who Should Consider Assisted Living?

Think of senior assisted living as a lifestyle that sits between independent living and skilled nursing facilities. Like independent living communities, assisted living offers a maintenance-free lifestyle, access to amenities and services, a host of activities, great dining, and daily opportunities for socialization and engagement.

While everyone is different, assisted living services are generally best for those who:

Need assistance with activities of daily living

Are not getting proper nutrition

Need assistance with medication

Are lonely and isolated

Have health-related issues

Assisted living facilities can actually make the quality of life significantly better — not only for the person who needs assistance but for the main caregiver (usually a loved one) as well.

My grandmother and grandfather-in-law moved into Arbor Village at age of 88 & 92! The staff was welcoming, full of information, sincere and helped us, the family, and them with the transition.

— Dan & Shelley Hansen, family of resident at Arbor Village, a Cascade Living Community

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What Does Assisted Living Include?

At Cascade Living Group, our family of assisted living communities varies in size, design and offerings — reflecting (and complementing) the local communities.

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A Lifestyle to Love.

Assisted living helps avoid a common problem with living at home — loneliness. Life in an assisted living community offers daily opportunities to engage with friends, family and staff. Residents take art and garden classes. They play cards. They join clubs. They eat well. They laugh — and they love! From local trips to lively on-site social events and celebrations, life in an assisted living community is fulfilling — and fun.

Asked. Answered.

You’ve got questions about assisted living. We’ve got answers. For anything we don’t cover, you can call the Cascade Living Group community nearest you.

Find a community near you.

While no two Cascade Living Group communities are alike, each one is built on a foundation of trust, compassion and an unmatched commitment to helping residents discover the difference between living and living well.