Sunshine Retirement Living Acquires Reno's Stone Valley Assisted Living & Memory Care
New person-centered Community Becomes Sunshine Retirement Living’s 27th Senior living community
RENO, NV (MAY 29, 2019) – Sunshine Retirement Living is eager to announce to the addition of Reno’s Stone Valley Assisted Living & Memory Care to its well-known network of modern retirement communities spanning 13 states in the US. Sunshine Retirement Living was founded in 2010 on the belief that all retirees deserve access to modern amenities and person-centered care, so each new community and new state they reach presents the opportunity to impact more lives in a positive and meaningful way.
Located near Canyon Creek Park in Reno, Stone Valley provides assisted living and memory care services. 24-hour staffing ensures safety and security for residents in all stages of the aging process.
Seniors have changed the way they view retirement and Stone Valley has revolutionized it’s care model to respond to those evolving needs and expectations, aligning well with Sunshine Retirement Living’s model of care. Stone Valley offers state-of-the-art facilities, luxurious amenities, and person-centered care based on the most recent research available on Alzheimer’s dementia and the natural aging process. Most residents make Stone Valley their permanent home, but respite care and short-term stays are available for those who need it.
Stone Valley Assisted Living & Memory care offers a robust activity program featuring activities that stimulate the physical, mental, intellectual, social, and spiritual well-being of residents. Common activities include strength training, horseshoes, devotions, fitness classes, movie nights, manicures, and local outings, but special events are scheduled often. Residents are never pressured to attend activities that don’t appeal to their interests; each resident has an opportunity to choose the events that speak to their interests and sit out when they’d rather stay home. Special programming is designed to nurture memory care residents and includes music therapy, validation techniques, aroma therapy, and more.
The staff at the Reno, NV assisted living community recognizes that disrupting lifetime routines can cause stress and impact wellness. The routines that community residents have established prior to moving in are maintained within the community; some residents sleep in while others prefer to wake early, for example. This reflects the Sunshine Retirement Living network’s person-centered care model.
Residents can expect to experience positive benefits as a result of the new ownership. Their caregivers now have access to extensive training and continuing education opportunities, ensuring they continue to have the tools and resources they need to provide compassionate, competent care. Residents now have access to the organization’s Easy Move and Travel programs, providing move-in coordination and free lodging and dining in 14 US states. Much of their experiences will remain unchanged to ensure comfort and consistency.
Stone Valley Assisted Living & Memory Care and Sunshine Retirement Living look forward to working together to continue offering luxurious assisted living in Reno.
Family-owned and patient-centered, parent company Sunshine Retirement Living manages nearly 30 retirement communities across the United States. By providing a full range of services in their independent living, assisted living, personal care, and memory care communities, Sunshine Retirement Living promotes independence, confidence, and community among their residents. The organization’s mission is simple: to enrich the lives of those they serve. To learn more about their services, communities, or philosophy, visit www.SunshineRet.com or connect socially.
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