While both assisted living and skilled nursing aim to support individuals in leading fulfilling lives, a key distinction lies in the type and intensity of care required. Assisted living communities offer a home-like atmosphere, emphasizing residents’ independence, with staff available for assistance in daily activities (ie: bathing, dressing, eating, etc). The flexibility to choose varying levels of care ensures individual needs are met.

In contrast, skilled nursing facilities provide medically intensive care and rehabilitation, catering to those with complex or chronic medical conditions or recuperating from injury, illness, or surgery. Skilled nursing is recognized as a medical setting, whereas assisted living is more residential in nature. Once the appropriate level of care is determined, the focus shifts to identifying the right environment where you or your loved one can feel comfortable, content, and fully supported.

Absolutely! We offer a range of social activities, outings, and events to promote engagement and companionship among our residents. These include exercise classes, cultural outings, and entertainment.

Fill out our contact form, or contact our facility directly to schedule a tour. During the tour, you’ll have the opportunity to see the living spaces, common areas, and meet with friendly staff to ask any specific questions you have about our community!