Jackson Creek Senior Living Offers New Day Retreat for Seniors with Memory Loss

MONUMENTJackson Creek Senior Living now offers a unique service that lets family members and caregivers take time off work to handle personal business and appointments, travel, or just relax knowing their family member or patient is safe and receiving daily support and attention.

Located in a safe, home-like setting, the new Creekside Retreat provides an inclusive program of daily support and possibilities for older adults living with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia.

“Rather than stay home alone, the Creekside Retreat allows seniors to participate in wellness programs, social activities, and opportunities for growth and learning alongside friends during the day in our beautiful, state-of-the-art community,“ said Adam Salser, executive director of Jackson Creek.

Creekside Retreat participants have access to a full array of exceptional amenities and supportive services, including chef-prepared meals; medication management; care programs led by specially trained dementia experts; life enrichment activities; spacious common areas; a salon; library; exercise and therapy spaces; serenity room; theater/chapel; courtyard, gazebos, gardens and more. The Jackson Creek campus is also equipped with advanced technology for residents’ security, safety, and entertainment.

The now-open Creekside Day Retreat offers person-centered care from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday with half and full-day options.

For more information or to schedule an assessment, call Laura Hale or Nancy Cristadoro at 719-259-1331.

About Jackson Creek Senior Living
Located at 16601 Jackson Creek Parkway, Jackson Creek Senior Living is a Colorado-based retirement community offering independent and assisted living, memory support, respite care, and day retreat services for seniors aged 62-plus. The community is managed by WellAge Senior Living, a respected senior care management company.

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