Residents are free to bring their own photos, decorations, handicrafts, and other memorabilia to decorate their room as they wish. Inside, our homes are finished like a personal residence, not an institution, with artwork, flowers, decor, and other items that feel like home. Rooms are fully furnished but our residents are welcome to bring approved furniture.
We also take the time to learn personal preferences, even down to allowing residents to bring their favorite dinner plate or coffee mug to help them feel at home.
Three nutritionally balanced meals throughout the day with snacks provided at residents request. Home has a soft water and Reverse Osmosis water system for clean and filtered water to keep you loved one hydrated.
Have a favorite recipe? Bring it with! We'll be happy to add it to our repertoire!
Home Cooked Meals
We have a private outdoor area that will engage your loved one with a walking path, paver patio, raised garden beds for seasonal fresh fruit and vegetables and several Citrus trees on the property. We believe in keeping our residents engaged with their surroundings.
Our residents will enjoy the private outdoor setting that is quiet, tranquil and bird friendly.
Our staff are all certified and professionally trained in the care of the aging, especially those with dementia and Alzheimer's. It takes a special person with a servant's heart to live the Canyon Creek Way. Our caregivers are lead by a Registered Nurse with experience in home, hospital and clinical settings.
All of our caregivers receive continuing education to stay up to date with the latest developments and best practices in elder care.
We follow guidelines established by local and state agencies for supportive medical care as needed, including cooperation with physicians, therapists, psychiatrists, pharmacists, and other healthcare professionals.
We also pay close attention to medication management and keep detailed records of all medications administered. And our practices are regularly monitored by a Registered Nurse.
We will engage your loved one with the latest technology to include Virtual Reality that provides experiences that would otherwise no longer be available.
Other activities include board games, puzzels, Kinect bowling and much more. Its important that your loved one stays active and interacts with not only staff but the other residents.