Jackson Creek Senior Living Announces Veteran’s Special

Jackson Creek Senior Living Announces Veteran’s Special

MONUMENT, Colo. — Jackson Creek Senior Living, located at 16601 Jackson Creek Parkway, announces it is offering a 10% discount on rental rates for memory support and assisted living apartments during May. 

“We have a number of veterans who currently live in our community, and the Colorado Springs area is such a hub for retirees who have served our nation that we feel it is the right thing to do,” said Elizabeth Girling, Executive Director.

Jackson Creek Senior Living is managed by WellAge Senior Communities and the community includes three dining venues ranging from a bistro café to a table service restaurant; housekeeping and laundry services; wellness programs and social activities; nursing staff scheduled 24/7; medication management; fitness center and therapy space; onsite medical and professional clinics; a massage room; a theater/chapel space for community presentations and gatherings; a library, internet café and game room; an onsite general store; a complimentary dog wash; gardens, courtyards, walking paths and barbecue areas.

Jackson Creek Senior Living is also equipped with the latest technologies to keep residents connected, engaged and secure.

Just east of I-25 and a short drive from historic downtown Monument, Jackson Creek Senior Living is conveniently located near restaurants, major grocery stores, pharmacies, banks, medical services and retail shopping. The community sits across from the Tri-Lakes YMCA and is near some of the area’s top attractions, including Garden of the Gods, Manitou Springs, the Air Force Academy, Pikes Peak, Cheyenne Mountain State Park and the Palmer Lake Recreation Area.

For more information about Jackson Creek Senior Living, call 719-725-6060 or visit www.JacksonCreekSeniorLiving.com.

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