Keep your lifestyle.
There is no shame in admitting that you need a little help with your day-to-day activities. The support that you receive from the team members at Carriage Court allows you to continue your lifestyle as you always have. Utilizing technology and a focus on individual needs, we provide the assistance you need to get back on track and thriving.
No two people are alike and they each face their own challenges to overcome. Each care plan is a collaboration between the resident, Director of Wellness, and family to craft a thorough and person-specific blueprint.
Purpose and fulfillment. That is the sense we strive to give our residents. A person that is engaged on multiple levels is one that is truly thriving. So we make sure to attend to physical, social, mental, emotional, and spiritual needs that our residents have.
As people age, it can become harder to maintain a connection with friends, loved ones, and life at large. Assisted living provides a way to re-engage with people and things you feel passionate about and live the life you desire.
The day residents move in they have access to our restaurant and culinary services. Open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., our culinary program provides nutrition and flavor that simply has no equal. Sit down, relax, and enjoy a cooked-to-order meal with fresh ingredients.
At Carriage Court, we are dedicated to going above and beyond your typical assisted living community. There are still a few things only available at a hospital or nursing home – such as 24-hour IVs or stage 4 wound care – but our holistic approach and surprisingly extensive list of services means Carriage Court can be a home for life.
Don’t settle for just living. Insist on thriving. In collaboration with physicians, therapists, and wellness staff, residents enjoy unique and exciting ways to regain their independence and expand their horizons. Learn new skills, regain lost capabilities, and take things to the next level.
Your apartment is your private space. Any and all care is provided discreetly and with respect and dignity. Just because you need help doesn’t mean you need help publicly.