Retirement is special. It’s the time when you can look back on your life, and cherish all the people close to you and all the things you’ve accomplished. It’s also a new phase of life — when you finally have time to do all the things you’ve wanted to do. At Hillside, we make this possible with the gentle support we provide.
When you have the personal care that you need, whether it’s help remembering to take your medications on time, or helping you get up, dressed and ready for the day, you won’t think twice about what you can and can’t do. You can do it all. At Hillside, we believe in the possibilities, taking away any limitations you might have while living on your own.
We think personalized care is part of aging well, so if you need a little extra help with daily activities like dressing or medication management, we offer assisted living with private residences, an engaging social calendar and restaurant-style dining.
It all begins with a personal service assessment. We take the time to listen to you, so we can understand your needs. We partner with you, recognizing your individual needs and preferences, adjusting services to meet your changing needs and create a customized living experience.
With our personal service system, you can live your life the way you want. In addition to medication management and personal check-ins, many of our communities also offer home health services with licensed professionals.
We understand assisted living is more than just care. It’s a lifestyle. We know close friendships and meaningful relationships play an integral role in aging well. Research shows that staying connected with family, friends and your community is more important in predicting our longevity and quality of life than our age.
That’s why we offer programs like Brookdale Celebrates, so residents can connect with friends and family by celebrating exciting cultural theme with parties, social events and dining experiences offered each month.
At Brookdale, we’re not just changing perceptions of aging. We’re celebrating aging by redefining what it means to live well.