The best retirement communities, we think most would agree, are about more than simply caring for the basic needs. Isn’t that just the minimum, really? That’s certainly the thinking behind our Leisure Care group of communities. We go beyond the ideas of Independent and Assisted Living. Way beyond, in fact.
We provide the basic needs and we do it exceedingly well. Then we take it up a notch. We add services like you’d find in a fine hotel. Guest services, healthy and delicious dining choices, and housekeeping. But we don’t stop there. We add things that add to the fun factor. Social and recreational activities, fitness and travel programs, brain workouts and art classes. All at an affordable price.
Even our assisted living services are far from ordinary. We offer several levels of care customizable to your particular needs, and services delivered with professionalism and finesse. All to have you living better than you ever thought possible.
No one ever aspires to live in a retirement community, right? Well, sort of. If the community is average and run-of-the-mill, that statement would be correct. But, if the community is like a resort? Elegant and fun? Then you would be talking about a Leisure Care Premier community. These communities cater to active, independent folks. And they offer lots of choices. Oh boy, do they. They have all of the services and amenities of the Leisure Care group of communities, and more. With enhanced PrimeFit fitness programs, whole person health and wellness options, and more dining options than you can shake a menu at, you may just aspire to live at one yourself.
And almost all of our Premier communities offer assisted living services that can be added at any time. How’s that grab you? A resort with assisted living? You better believe it.
Some communities are so unique, they defy definition. That’s Signature 180. These communities are as unique as you can imagine. A community in a converted brewery? How about living a football’s throw of a Pac-12 university campus? Or a place that takes service to another dimension? All of our Signature 180 communities have the enhanced services and amenities of our Premier group, along with their own individual touches. A decked-out movie theater, a high-end spa and salon, and a rooftop putting green are just some of the things you’ll find. What you won’t find is anything remotely boring. Curious? Well then, we’ll just let these communities speak for themselves.
You’ve probably already discovered if you’ve read this far that there are over 35 Leisure Care Retirement Communities in the Western US and Canada. That, most would say, is quite a lot to choose from. But, we don’t stop there. You’ll find choices in Independent Living, Assisted Living, and Memory Care, too. So no matter what lifestyle you seek, you’re very likely to find it here.
Choose a community offering Independent Living if you are active and don’t require any assistance. All Leisure Care communities offer Independent Living apartments.
Assisted Living is available at most all of our communities and services can be added at any time. This type of care is for folks that need help with daily living, ranging from “just a little bit here and there” to quite a lot.
Our Memory Care apartments are for those seeking care for loved ones with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. This specialized care is available at three Leisure Care communities, two in Colorado, and one in Oregon.
Needless to say, we understand that you are not the least bit interested in sitting around and feeling “old.” Otherwise, why would you still be reading our website? Well, we can guess. You’re active, healthy, and hey, let’s admit it, probably quite spunky, too. You appreciate the finer things in life. Good food, good company, comfort and choice. That last one is a doozie, too. Because with more choice, you can do what you want, whenever you want to. Isn’t that what you’ve always thought retirement should be about? You bet it should. You’ve certainly earned it.
Choice in dining, exercise, travel, education, relaxation, social opportunities, and more. You name it. We’ve got tons of it. So go ahead, create a lifestyle that is just like you — active and independent. We’ll help you make it all possible. We’ll even rid you of those tedious chores like housework and yard work, so you have more time to live it up. There really is no telling just how much fun you can have at a Leisure Care community. But, then, wouldn’t you like to try and find out?
All Leisure Care communities offer a variety of Independent Living apartments. Browse our Locations page or use our fast and easy 3-step “Build Your Own Retirement” tool to find the best match for you.
So, maybe you need a little help sometimes. No problem. Like a trusted friend, we’ll be right there when you need us. And, just like that friend, we’ll also make sure you have fun, too!
Our Assisted Living services are very, very flexible. Probably as flexible as your yoga instructor, that’s how much. So you will get precisely the help you want, just when you need it—services can be added at any time. Whether it’s medication management, helping with mobility, coordinating care with your physicians, or making sure you look your best at Happy Hour on Friday, we are there to help. Most of our communities also offer temporary stay support and temporary illness services.
But the best part? We take our Assisted Living services to another level. We can’t help it that we’ve set our standards so high. Maybe it comes from being one of the first in the industry to offer Assisted Living services, more than 35 years ago. You can say we like to stay ahead of the curve. Our professional staff is trained to provide the best service available, and all with a healthy dose of patience, finesse and humor. So once you move in, you can bet that life will get easier, more fun, and more relaxing. We’ve worked very hard to make sure that happens. But don’t take our word for it. Visit one of our communities today and see for yourself.
There is no cookie-cutter treatment for dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. We understand your loved one requires a personal approach. We practice what is called the Best Friends Approach,™ developed by Virginia Bell and David Troxel. Simply put, we believe what a person needs most is a “Best Friend” – caregivers who empathize with the individual’s situation, remain loving and positive and dedicated to helping the person feel safe, secure and valued. Our programs fit the person, not the other way around.
To us, successful therapeutic care for Alzheimer’s and dementia combines care for all of life’s wants—physical, emotional, social, spiritual and cultural. We encourage family members and friends to be as actively involved in their loved one’s care as they want to be.
There is no question, caring for a loved one is stressful for everyone involved. It’s incredibly sad to watch someone you know so well lose their memory, and seemingly, themselves. But we can help relieve some of that anxiety and stress. Your loved one can still find meaning and contentment in each new day, and you can still enjoy every moment you have with them. Please contact us for more information.
There comes a time when mom or dad (or grandma or grandpa) needs a little help or they would simply rather do more interesting things than housework. And it can be difficult, we know, talking to a loved one about all these emotional issues — getting older, moving out of a cherished home, needing help when they’ve been so capable throughout life, and seemingly giving up so much freedom. If you come to Leisure Care with this circumstance at hand, we would first like to put your mind at ease. Seeking a community that can help your loved one is an act of love and you should be commended for your efforts. Secondly, once you get to know us, our communities, and our philosophy you will, we believe, relax even more. Why? Because you’ll feel good talking to your mom or dad about us. You’ll feel good taking them to see one of our communities. And, ultimately, you’ll see that caring for needs and offering help is just the minimum with us – we want your loved one to really enjoy life and to have fun. So, whether you’re looking for an Independent Living, Assisted Living, or Memory Care community, we, more than likely, have something that more than just “fits the bill.” We aim to impress as well.
Please explore our website or contact us.
We are Leisure Care, located in Seattle, Washington, and one of the nation’s largest privately-held retirement and assisted living companies. We were founded in 1976. We own, manage, develop, and consult in all facets of the senior living business.
And now that we have all the nitty-gritty (and incredibly dry) facts out of the way, let us tell you how we tick. Don’t worry, it won’t take long and it’s quite simple actually. See the photo to the left there? Take a good look (you may recognize it from our advertising from years past). It symbolizes how we like to run things. Those ladies are smiling from ear-to-ear, they’re living it up, they’re having fun. And that is the goal of everything we do: To create happy residents, families, employees, and partners. That is simply who we are, and if you make your home with us, work for us, or work with us we think you’ll more than notice. Which, in turn, makes us as happy as the ladies over there in the convertible, too. Weeeeee!
Nothing brings such excitement quite like a wedding. Except, for the staff and residents at Treeo, nothing brings more excitement than the community’s very first wedding between residents. Treeo, an independent living center for seniors 55 or older, gathered the friends and family of Jerry Peck, 80, and Carolyn Ormond, 78, to celebrate the union of two who met under the Treeo roof. Not only was it Carolyn’s wedding day, but it was also her 78th birthday...
Necks craned in anticipation as Agnes McKee, resident of Fairwinds - Ivey Ranch, took her stance near the Petco Park pitcher’s mound Sunday afternoon, a baseball in one hand and her walker in the other.
With a winding swing, she chucked the ball toward home plate. It bounced — twice — before catcher Rene Rivera scooped up the ball, but the crowd was too busy erupting in cheers to notice...
Agnes McKee didn't spend a whole lot of time worrying about how well her ceremonial first pitch would be received on Sunday at Petco Park. "All pitchers have trouble with control," McKee said, smiling. McKee is four days past her 105th birthday, so the direction of her toss wasn't going to make or break her afternoon in the sun, a day that was to also include a hot dog and even a craft beer. But first, about that first pitch ...
At nearly 105 years old, Fairwinds - Ivey Ranch resident Agnes McKee still teaches herself new tricks. As one of the county’s oldest residents, she recently started to stretch her throwing arm between bridge and bingo sessions to practice for her next landmark achievement: pitching in the major leagues. McKee will become the oldest person to toss the ceremonial first pitch at a Padres game when she takes the field July 20 — four days after celebrating her 105th birthday. She plans to give a hardy throw with her right arm, probably underhand, while leaning on a walker with her left arm.
(Orem, UT) May 31, 2014 – Treeo, a new innovative senior living community, is celebrating its grand opening today. The 143-unit retirement community is a new option in senior living with modern amenities and convenient services designed for the changing demographic of today’s seniors.
“Treeo is a reflection of what our research and experience has taught us. Seniors want to lead active lives in contemporary communities at an affordable price,” said Dan Madsen, One Eighty Chairman and CEO. “We are very pleased to provide an option that challenges the status quo of senior living and is driven by consumer demands.”
Treeo was developed by One Eighty, a hospitality company committed to changing the way business is done through people-centered products and services. Treeo is the company’s new line of senior living communities aimed at middle income seniors who are looking for a smart, modern and connected way of living. The community will be operated and managed by Leisure Care, another One Eighty brand, which is one of the largest privately-owned operators of senior living communities in the United States and Canada.
Every resident at Treeo receives a new Apple iPad loaded with the community’s custom developed app called Treeo ConnectTM. The app allows residents to stay connected to friends, family, clubs, healthcare, events, hobbies, dining and local services. There is a full-time ‘Connections Manager’ on staff available to help residents find activities, events and philanthropic endeavors at Treeo and within the greater Orem community as well.
Additionally, Treeo offers fresh menu options, wireless Internet access throughout the building, onsite physical and occupational therapy, housekeeping and home maintenance services, a personal fitness program and ample opportunities for social and cultural engagement.
“Every person who comes to visit Treeo is astounded by the amenities and quickly understands why this is a different kind of retirement,” said Don Potter, Treeo General Manager. “Instead of bingo and doilies you are more likely to find residents going for a hike or heading out to a concert.”
One Eighty plans to develop several more Treeo communities in the next five years. The next Treeo will be in nearby South Ogden, UT, which broke ground earlier this month and is scheduled to open in June 2015.
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