At Brookdale we offer much more than a place to stay — we offer a place to live well. Our residents share some common values: to be recognized as individuals, to lead lives with a sense of purpose, and to maintain connections with people and interests that are meaningful to them. Because we’re passionate about enabling those values, we are constantly innovating new and better ways for enriching the lives of our senior living residents.
Choosing the right senior living community goes beyond price and location. Your loved one deserves to have a high quality of life. We believe you won’t find any place that does this better than Brookdale. Here you’ll find out about the lifestyle we provide for our residents and the lengths we go to ensure that it is top-notch.
Residents of our continuing care retirement community (CCRC) enjoy an engaging lifestyle with a selection of care options to meet changing needs. From assisted living, Alzheimer’s and dementia care to rehabilitation and skilled nursing, transitioning between levels of care is simple.
Deeply rooted in a person-centered approach, our Clare Bridge Alzheimer’s and dementia care program focuses on sustaining feelings of belonging, purpose and safety while seeking to preserve a sense of self. The Clare Bridge concept has evolved over the last 25 years through research and innovations in quality dementia care.
The Clare Bridge Daily Path provides residents with a structured routine of activities that help maintain their abilities and encourage the use of their current skills. It gives each resident purpose and a sense of security that they are “right where they need to be.”
Designed by a team of culinary associates, experts in memory care and registered dieticians, our unique dining program promotes a positive and successful dining experience through dementia-friendly menus, individualized dining assistance, and a supportive dining environment that encourages familiarity and socialization.
Providing excellent Alzheimer’s and dementia care is a complex task requiring specialized skills. Our Alzheimer’s and dementia care associates complete initial training, then participate in continuing education courses to remain current in the best practices and approaches for care of individuals with dementia.