Assisted Living that Fits Your Retirement Lifestyle
Just the Support You Need
Assisted living at Casa de las Campanas is designed for residents who require assistance with some activities of daily living but would still like to maintain independence as much as possible. Expert nursing staff is on hand 24 hours a day to help seniors with daily tasks such as bathing, dressing, grooming and medication management. But residents’ time is their own. They join in activities, socialize, and enjoy their hobbies as often as they choose.
Casa offers both private and semiprivate assisted living apartments.
Private: 1-bedroom assisted living apartment or an alcove studio
Semiprivate: 2-bedroom assisted living apartment for a couple or two individual residents
Specialized Care Plans
Team members work with assisted living residents to develop an individualized care plan based on their abilities and the support services they require to live a retirement lifestyle with dignity and fulfillment.
Here to Help
A licensed vocational nurse and a team of nursing assistants are on-site 24 hours a day to provide support and help maintain independence. Activity staff work with nursing assistants to bring about interesting days and inspire confidence.
- 24-hour Nursing supervision
- Medication management
- Assistance with activities of daily living, including bathing, grooming and dressing
- Scheduling doctors’ appointments
- Laboratory services scheduling
- Mail delivery
- Transportation arrangements
- Daily activity program
- Routine housekeeping
- Social services
- Beauty salon services (extra charge)
- Podiatry services (extra charge)
What is assisted living?
Assisted living is an ideal residential option for people who can still live independently but need extra assistance with activities of daily living — bathing, eating, taking medication, dressing, walking, transferring and other everyday needs, such as transportation and housekeeping. A trained licensed nurse and certified nurse aides are available at all times to provide individualized support while helping the resident preserve their active lifestyle.
How does an assisted living neighborhood differ from a nursing home?
Nursing homes provide a higher level of medical care, usually for residents who have numerous serious health care requirements. Assisted living is intended for people who are generally able to care for themselves except for a few activities of daily living. Assisted living services are also helpful for people who are sometimes confused or experiencing occasional memory lapses.
What is assisted living like at Casa de las Campanas?
Our goal is to support a resident’s independence as much as possible. Residents have access to the wider community, along with enriching activities and familiar neighbors. Specially trained team members provide assisted living services in the comfort and privacy of the resident’s apartment.
How can I know assisted living is the right choice?
Whether you’re wondering about yourself or a loved one, it’s best to start with a physician’s assessment. You can then match needs to the right level of care. If a senior needs help with daily tasks, assisted living is likely the answer.
Can I bring my own furniture?
Absolutely. You have the freedom to furnish and decorate your space any way you like. Bring beloved furniture and belongings, or make a fresh start with new pieces that make daily living even more comfortable.
Do you offer activities?
We offer a full schedule of activities. Each day is filled with opportunities to build new friendships through activity choices, socials and entertainment, as well as access to life-enriching services and amenities around the community.
Are there opportunities to get out and about?
Of course. In addition to transportation services for physician visits, Casa offers frequent group shopping, entertainment and dining excursions to many popular local venues.
What if a resident needs more care than is provided in assisted living?
We offer a continuum of care. In addition to assisted living, we provide memory care, short-term rehabilitation and skilled nursing. These levels of care provide round-the-clock attention for individuals recovering from illness or injury, or those needing long-term support or supervision.