A support group is intended to be a safe place for individuals who are facing common struggles or challenges to come together physically or virtually (think Zoom meetings) to share their experiences and gain strength, support and strategies from one another. These meetings are hosted by a facilitator who is an expert in the subject being discussed. The facilitator will help guide the conversation by engaging those in the group… Read More
Can my loved one receive the proper care in their home, or would it be best to live in an assisted living environment? This is a question many adult children and seniors will ask themselves as they, or a loved one is aging. This question is especially relevant during the current COVID-19 pandemic. Seniors are being asked to remain home because they are an especially vulnerable population. While remaining home… Read More
Learn more about our investment in eco-friendly, reusable dining containers from Director of Culinary Services Randall Lonoza. From personal protective equipment and new technology to labor costs, senior living providers throughout the industry are contending with growing expenses responding to the coronavirus pandemic. Even seemingly straightforward operational adjustments can come with outsized and in some cases unexpected new costs. A look at how Kisco Senior Living altered its dining service… Read More
April 9, 2020: Kisco President and CEO, Andy Kohlberg shares about the additional measures each of our communities has implemented in response to COVID-19. With our experienced management team and dedicated associates, we will get through this together.
The family of Sagewood at Daybreak resident George Badger set up a message outside of his balcony to celebrate his 95th birthday! As part of our COVID-19 prevention measures, visitors to the community are restricted. It’s wonderful to see our residents and their families find creative ways to remain connected. We appreciate your support! View more on Facebook. Photo credit: Paul Badger
March 18, 2020 At Kisco Senior Living, the health of our residents and associates is our first priority. We are working around the clock to ensure we do our part to help reduce the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and share the latest information with you as it becomes available. We have deep experience in time tested flu and infection mitigation protocols. We are closely monitoring and implementing COVID-19 prevention… Read More
At Kisco Senior Living, we are committed to helping you stay informed and prepared about Coronavirus (COVID-19). Since the first reports of the virus, we have been proactively monitoring the situation and working to ensure we are prepared. Our team is well-versed on the guidance from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and understands what protocols to follow at our communities. At Kisco we are focusing on prevention… Read More
Sagewood Residents and Family Members: First, just wanted to say thanks to you all for your cooperation as we navigate through this challenging time with the Covid-19 (Coronavirus Disease). We appreciate your support and understanding. I want to share the practices which are in place at Sagewood. Some are consistent with the previous communication sent last week, some are new. Below are the protocols in place: · Visitors will now… Read More
Wednesday, December 4 | 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm Please join us for our upcoming Sagewood at Daybreak – Connections Memory Care Support Group! We will learn from experts in the field about how to make meaningful connections with our loved ones coping with dementia and other cognitive losses. Enjoy light appetizers and bring questions to share during the open forum at the close. We will meet in the Summit… Read More
Veterans’ Luncheon: Monday, November 11 | 11:30 am – 1:00 pm Join us for lunch at Sagewood at Daybreak as we host our much anticipated Veterans Luncheon event in honor of our Veterans. To express our gratitude, we will pin our special heroes and present them with a very special memento. We hope to see you! Please RSVP to 801.790.0585 by November 4.