INDEPENDENT & ASSISTED LIVING
The Independent and Assisted Living associates at Park Terrace provide meaningful and engaging surroundings, an enjoyable lifestyle, and compassionate, qualified care. This relationship and person-centered approach to care focuses on each resident’s ability, rather than their limitations. Our care team are trained to value each resident’s current desires and needs and to assist residents in finding purpose and discovering new activities that make them feel whole.
Our main goal is to preserve dignity and allow our residents to be as independent as they can safely manage. Aging in place is important to our residents and their families. Knowing you are home here at Park Terrace and are able to have your needs met by our dedicated, warm, and caring team brings comfort while allowing life to be lived to its fullest.
The Margarita Peak and Trabuco Peak Cottages are designed for residents with mild to moderate cognitive impairment. Care plans can be tailored to incorporate activities and programs that will suit a residents’ needs and preferences. Learn more.
- Summit Club is for those who are able to make their needs known and that need minimal to moderate support with self-care (activities of daily living).
- Daily activities are designed for higher functioning individuals, both cognitively and physically.
- Specialized activities in a small group setting and one-on-one engagement with compassionate and caring staff provides a more structured routine with programs that focus on remaining “abilities” rather than limitations.
CONNECTIONS | MEMORY CARE
Connections at Park Terrace offers person-centered care by associates specially trained in recognizing and providing for individualized needs of residents coping with varying types of dementia. Here, you’ll discover the right blend of comfort and professional care. The Saddleback and Los Pinos Cottages create a sense of home with thoughtful designs and features to enhance safety. Learn more.
- Connections is personalized for those who benefit from more attention and greater emotional support.
- Residents may have challenges in making their needs known because of difficulties with communication. They may have physical decline and require high level support with self-care (activities of daily living).
- Specialized activities in a small group setting and one-on-one engagement with compassionate and caring associates who provide a more structured routine.