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Fairfield Village of Layton

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1205 North Fairfield Road , Layton, UT 84041

(855) 840-7257

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I was impressed with Fairfield Village of Layton's memory care unit. It was small, and the staff interacted well with the patients.

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Costs for Fairfield Village of Layton

Assisted Living Starting Cost per Month:

$ 3,000

Independent Living Starting Cost per Month:

$ 2,250

Memory Care Starting Cost per Month:

$ 4,300

Medicaid/Medicare Not Accepted

Amenities at Fairfield Village of Layton

Property Info

Emergency Services: Less than 2 Miles

Shopping: Less than 1 Mile

Recreation: Less than 1 Mile

Resident Capacity: 112

Activities

Holiday-Themed Parties

Amenities

Restaurant-Style Dining

Services

On-Site Medical Visits: Speech Therapist,Occupational Therapist,Physical Therapist

Medication Management

Help with Activities of Daily Living

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Description of Fairfield Village of Layton

Fairfield Village of Layton is a senior living facility located in Layton, Utah, a growing town of more than 73,000 residents nestled at the base of the Wasatch Mountains. Fairfield Village is owned and operated by Generations, a company that’s provided senior care for 70 years.

Today, the company's community in Layton provides homes and healthcare services for residents from mostly upper-middle-class backgrounds—including military veterans and their surviving spouses--who are seeking retirement living accommodations, assisted living, memory care and rehabilitation services. Rent ranges from $3,000 to $5,100 per month and is based on residents' care needs and amenities.

FACILITIES AND AMENITIES

Fairfield Village offers a range of studios plus one- and two-bedroom apartments from which to choose. Each living space has a kitchenette with a microwave and refrigerator, an emergency call system, individually controlled heating and air conditioning and access to all of the facility's amenities.

The campus includes a community television room, a general store, beauty and barbershops and a library. Most residents eat meals in a shared dining room, although residents can also have meals delivered directly to their apartments. Housekeeping and laundry services for clothing and linens are also available.

The facility's location on the edge of the Wasatch Mountains provides ample opportunities to enjoy natural views, and the campus includes a walking path for exercising, socializing and spending time with pets, which residents are allowed to bring to live at the community.

HEALTHCARE

Fairfield Village provides a broad range of healthcare services, including medication management, on-site nurses 24 hours a day, physical therapy and short- and long-term rehabilitation for those recovering from illness or injury. Residents with dementia receive specialized treatment in the community’s memory care center.

Residents who need acute or specialized medical care can be treated at Davis Hospital and Medical Center, which is a short drive from Fairfield Village of Layton and offers cancer care, diabetes care, diagnostic imaging, heart care, orthopedics, pain management and more.

HEALTH PROGRAMS

Fairfield Village of Layton offers residents a wellness program that’s focused on physical fitness. Residents may take classes from certified instructors in a space that is designed to be safe and comfortable for seniors with different ability levels. The goal of the program is to keep residents physically strong, healthy and living as independently as possible for as long as possible.

ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS

Fairfield Village residents have numerous opportunities to participate in organized activities and events. The facility staff offers fitness, arts, woodworking and crafting classes. Musicians are frequently invited to perform and local experts host lectures and discussions at the community. Other community activities include book clubs, Wii sports competitions, yoga groups and opportunities for guests to cook their favorite meals for friends and neighbors.

Staff also organize offsite outings to nearby restaurants and shops. Popular destinations include Antelope Island State Park, the Centerpoint Legacy Theater, the Hive Winery and the Great Salt Lake Shorelands Preserve, which is a boardwalk that takes visitors through one of the country's largest stopover points for migrating birds from throughout North America.

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