What senior living options are right for your family?
In our Cascade Living retirement communities, we truly value and respect the uniqueness of each individual and strive to provide the best possible personalized assistance to allow our residents to achieve their highest level of community and culture.
Our different communities have several different options. To find the right community for your needs consider each of these options and which communities provide them.
Assisted living is a senior care option available in our communities designed to help seniors with activities of daily living (bathing, dressing, grooming, etc.) in a setting that allows seniors to still be as independent as possible.
Respite Care and Day
Whether you are looking for a short break from care giving for a few hours a day, a week or even for up to 30 days, we can provide your loved one with personalized quality care, and you with the break that you deserve.
Independent living is a senior housing option, available in some of our communities, that maximizes seniors’ independence and freedom while providing meals, conveniences and services within the community. Independent living residents do not require any support or personal care services.
Choose from many floor plans to meet your needs. The apartment homes, available in some of our communities, have options such as balconies and kitchenettes, including appliances and individually controlled thermostats for your personal comfort.
Our memory Care communities provide specialized care for those seniors who suffer from Alzheimer’s Disease, dementia, or other memory-related disorders. In most cases, memory care communities are secure facilities. Memory care can be provided in an assisted living or skilled nursing setting, depending on the intensity of care that is required.
Our comprehensive memory care program allows us to provide our residents with an enhanced lifestyle that helps them maintain their independence and feel safe in a comfortable and supportive environment.
A secured environment, available in some of our communities, where individuals who face Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias can receive the quality care they need and the specialized programming they deserve.