Assisted Living Facility in Rogers, Arkansas is The Newest Member of The Nationwide Network
Sunshine Retirement Living Announces Addition of Magnolia Place
ROGERS, ARKANSAS (APR. 1, 2021) – Sunshine Retirement Living is pleased to announce the addition of Magnolia Place Assisted Living & Memory Care facility to its nationwide network of retirement communities. Sunshine focuses on providing Person-Centered Care to seniors in nearly 40 locations throughout the United States.
Magnolia place is located in Rogers, Arkansas, a small town with a picturesque 400 acres of forest, 24 parks, and 70 miles of greenways and bike trails. Seniors and their families will enjoy the town’s natural beauty and year-round pleasant weather.
Magnolia Place offers assisted living and memory care services, all within a luxury, resort-style setting. The community offers private and semi-private suites, as well as companion suites, so each resident can choose the living arrangement that makes them feel most at home. And the community’s grounds, along with the pleasant southern weather, encourage indoor-outdoor living. The grounds include secured walking paths and well-tended, enclosed outdoor space, so residents can safely enjoy the outdoors as part of their daily lives.
The experienced staff at Magnolia Place provide completely personalized care options, with the aim of fostering independence over dependence for all residents. The team includes a highly-trained Executive Director, as well as experts in memory care and life enrichment programs. These skilled professionals offer holistic support for each residents’ needs, including physical, social, emotional, and cognitive needs, through engaging daily activities and personalized care.
Magnolia Place’s Person-Centered Care approach focuses on customizing care options for each resident’s individual needs. The community provides residents and their families with a variety of care options, including options for health monitoring, medication management, assistance with dressing, bathing, grooming, and oral care. Magnolia Place offers a range of specialized memory care options, including transitional care for seniors starting to experience memory challenges, Memory Care for those with Alzheimer’s and dementia, as well as respite and hospice care with a professional staff available all hours of the day and night.
Aside from caring for residents’ physical needs, Magnolia Place’s Alzheimer’s, Memory Care, and Transitional Care programs are designed to nurture residents in every facet of their lives: physical, social, spiritual, cognitive, and emotional. The community’s programs include music therapy, aromatherapy, validation techniques, socialization, a calendar of health and wellness activities, life skills stations, and more. Residents will also enjoy 24/7 dining with nutritious, delicious food served in a manner conducive to those experiencing memory challenges. Entrees are served on colored plates to stimulate appetite, and a server greets each resident individually with multiple daily menu choices. The community’s daily menu also incorporates foods from the Rush University Medical Center MIND diet, which is designed to support brain health. The MIND diet, in conjunction with the community’s holistic Memory Care programs, is intended to support mental health and memory for as long as possible.
To make residents’ transition to retirement living easy, Magnolia Place offers an easy-move program to assist seniors and their families in matters such as real estate, financial services, moving professionals, veteran assistance, and more.
Magnolia Place and Sunshine Retirement Living are looking forward to creating a warm, safe, enjoyable community for Roger’s seniors.
Family-owned and patient-centered, parent company Sunshine Retirement Living manages nearly 40 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 with us on Facebook.
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