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Description of Alta Ridge Assisted Living Holladay
Located in the heart of Salt Lake City not far from beautiful Mount Olympus, Alta Ridge’s Assisted Living community in Holladay is a 27-bed specialty center. Our home-like atmosphere fosters maximum independence while providing monitored care and security for your loved one. Alta Ridge is more than just a comfortable residential community. At the heart of our quality care is our staff of dedicated, compassionate professionals who have specialized training to meet the unique needs of our residents.
At Alta Ridge in Holladay we offer the personalization of home with the hallmarks of customized care. In our recently remodeled, unique community, your loved one will never feel like just a part of the crowd. Instead, we value them as part of our own family.
Salt Lake City assisted living for the elderly is designed for seniors who require assistance in some aspects of daily living. This assistance can include help with mobility, transportation, medication administration, personal grooming and hygiene, incontinence management, and more. Alta Ridge Assisted Living Communities offer senior housing and care plans designed to suit the specific needs of each resident.
Loved ones who require help from time to time but wish to maintain their independence are good candidates for assisted living. Alta Ridge assisted living communities provide amenities and comforts similar to those in a retirement community (dining, transportation, activity programs) while adding additional support for those seniors who need some assistance.
With the input of our trained aides, nurses, and management, we develop a care plan that specifically suits each individual. For family members, the most significant benefit offered by assisted living is knowing that help is always available for a loved one. For residents, maintaining dignity, privacy, and a sense of independence (despite needing help) is the most important goal.