Frequently Asked Questions

Lifestyle
Q:

Can I bring my pet?

A:

Absolutely! We welcome cats, dogs, and most birds.

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Can I bring my car?

A:

Yes. A limited number of private parking spaces are available for residents. However, you may find yourself driving less and less—thanks to our convenient shuttle service.

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Q:

Are you a nursing home?

A:

No. We’re a continuing care retirement community, also known as a CCRC. The vast majority of our residents enjoy active and independent living; however, we offer additional care services should your health needs ever change.

 

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Q:

Do I have to eat at an assigned time or at an assigned table?

A:

No. You’re free to dine whenever and with whomever you wish during restaurant hours.

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Q:

Can my family visit me?

A:

Of course. Per our guest policy, you are welcome to have family visitors or guests whenever you choose.

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Q:

What time do you lock the doors?

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We never lock you in or out. This is your home; you’re free to come and go as you please.

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Q:

Can my grandkids stay overnight?

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You bet! Friends and family are welcome to stay with you temporarily in your apartment home. We also offer a limited number of fully furnished guest suites for a nominal fee.

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Q:

How will I meet people and get acclimated?

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You’ll be invited to a new resident orientation where you’ll learn the ins and outs of the community. In addition, members of our friendly, resident-run welcome committee will check in to make sure you’re feeling right at home.

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Q:

What if I don’t want to be social all the time?

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Don’t worry; you don’t have to be. You can participate in the activities here as much or as little as you wish.

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Q:

What if I have dietary restrictions?

A:

We strive to accommodate most nutritional and dietary needs. Our chefs regularly prepare options for residents who prefer low-sodium, sugar-free, low cholesterol, or vegetarian meals.

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