Juniper Springs Senior Living located in Redmond, Oregon will offer Independent Living, Memory Care, Respite Care and Assisted Living care options.
Juniper Springs Senior Living offers community amenities that enhance the homelike environment while encouraging the social interaction of community living. We encourage community and family connections—which is why we are proud to offer amenities such as free wireless internet access and programming that helps elders to use technology to maintain those connections.
What is assisted living? Assisted living was originally created in the 1980’s as a less expensive, more homelike alternative to the traditional nursing home.
Although regulations vary from state to state, Juniper Springs assisted living provides a wide array of services designed to keep an elder as independent as possible, for as long as possible. In most cases, assisted living helps seniors stay more active, social, and engaged in life than they otherwise would be living alone. Not to mention the added security of 24-hour staff, assistance with medications, and communication between healthcare providers.
Memory care, sometimes referred to as Alzheimer’s care, is typically an assisted living or residential care setting that is designed specifically to care for those with Alzheimer’s or other dementias. Any type of dementia (and there are over 70 known types) requires special care and understanding from the caregiver. Memory care settings may provide physical and emotional relief as well as peace of mind for families with a memory-challenged relative. Juniper Springs care team members undergo extensive dementia-specific training when learning how to provide assistance services while preserving the dignity of the elder.
We desire Juniper Springs Senior Care to be a place of vibrancy and life, promoting meaning and joy in the lives of residents, families, and our team members of Redmond, Oregon. Elders inspire and guide us. As we work to create an empowering, caring, growing culture for elders, we are also creating our own future. After all, we are all elders-in-waiting!Visit Website