A focus on our residents
Whether you're interested in Independent Living, Assisted Living or Memory Care, a Capri Community is designed to help residents maintain the quality of life that they are used to as independently as possible.
Each of our Independent communities feature everything that you want in a home for your loved one including bright and open common areas to visit, activity rooms and a spacious community room for large events.
But what makes our communities different is our Capri Signature Programming designed to give residents options for maintaining their quality of life:
- Our Gain and Retain your Overall Wellness (GROW) program provides a full range of activities that help maintain the intellectual, spiritual, emotional, physical and social wellness of our residents.
- The Active Life Service Options (ALSO) program gives residents non-medical service options for those who who wish to better enjoy their free time with family and friends.
- Finally, the Enhanced Services Program (ESP) gives residents different options for Assisted Living-like services without needing to move from their apartment home.
Many communities that offer Assisted Living tend to treat their residents like patients in a hospital. Our Assisted Living communities, however, are focused on preserving as much independence as possible while still providing the services that our residents need.
This is why our Assisted Living apartments are built with a resident's independence in mind, including a fully-equipped kitchen for those who still enjoy making their own meals. Like our Independent Living communities, residents still enjoy common areas and activity rooms, and our Activity Directors help residents maintain wellness with our GROW program.
We have developed state-of-the-art features in our Memory Care communities that provide a safe and enjoyable environment for residents to preserve their memories and continue to lead comfortable lives.
Like all of our communities, our Memory Care communities are focused on preserving independence. Residents are able to enjoy memory stations throughout the building, multiple social destinations, and programming designed to express themselves, such as the Memories in the Making art program created by the Alzheimer's Association.