May 2018 Business of the Month

What makes a place a home? A home is a place where you can feel safe, happy, and like yourself. At Woodstone Senior Living, they believe in three key principals in offering the best possible service

May marks the fourth anniversary for Woodstone Senior Living. The facility opened their doors in May 2014 with a total of thirty care suites, twenty of which were specific to memory care. They’ve added eleven suites since then for residents. These apartments are designed to keep residents as independent as possible for as long as possible. The private, studio style apartments include a full private bathroom with low-step showers and an ample living space.

Woodstone believes in three key principles that help create the best experience possible for the residents that call this place their home:

  1. Offer choice
  2. Maintain dignity
  3. Promote individuality

They create activities based on what the residents enjoy doing. They have daily exercises that focus on strength and stability. There are community amenities available including a chapel, a movie theater, a salon and a variety of common places for the residents and their families to use.

If you have been to the Taste of the Holidays in the past couple of years, you know just how delicious Woodstone’s food is. They serve their residents healthy, home-cooked meals and offer everyone a chance to socialize at meal time.

What truly makes Woodstone unique is their size. They offer a smaller, more intimate and personal setting for their residents to call home, but still have great amenities that you’d expect to see in a larger senior living facility. The staff at Woodstone gets to know each resident and their family individually, offering them more personalized experiences and care.

“I think people would be surprised about the level of care we are capable of providing,” said Woodstone Director, Jill Springer, “Our community is designed to meet your needs both now and in the future.” The staff really focuses on keeping residents as independent as possible as they continue to age, but are right there with them to offer assistance with any activity throughout the day.