Care is at the Core of Thrive Senior Living. In fact, it’s why we’re here.
Every resident receives individualized care based on their needs when they move in. As their needs change, so does the level of care we provide. But don’t worry about the cost changing too. Your family member’s care is delivered under our all inclusive price. Unlike typical communities, we don’t charge more to care more.
The care at Thrive is directed by our on site Health and Wellness Director.
- 24-Hour Access to Staff
- Licensed Nurse Oversight
- Medication Supervision
- 24-Hour Oversight
- Safety Equipped Bathrooms
- Security and Fire Safety Monitoring
- Wireless Call Systems
No other community is like Thrive. The clean modern design is relaxing and elegant.
The entire building is saturated with WiFi so team members can communicate and families can access the Internet when visiting.
- Full Service Beauty and Barber Salon
- Luxury Coach for outings
- Private Dining room for special family occasions
- Open air Courtyard
- Director of Excitement whose only job is the daily engagement of residents
- State-of-the-Art Call Systems
Memory Impairment goes by many names, with Dementia and Alzheimer’s being the most common. It’s invisible, takes those we love away, and is frightening.
At Thrive, we have a devoted community of Resident Assistants who assist seniors with mild to advanced memory impairment.
These professionals understand that there is a person yearning for connection, relevance, and normalcy. Their impairment bewilders them and they are subject to a reality only they experience.
There are no cures for these impairments, but methods have been created which help Care Specialists align themselves with whatever the resident is experiencing. When successful, residents feel reassured, calm, and not so alone.
Our goal at Thrive is to enrich each memory impaired resident’s life with meaning and purpose whenever possible.
If you are unsure about the need for Memory Care, please contact us. We will provide an assessment to help you know the level of care you need for your senior family member