Considering us for your parent or loved one?

We know it’s unfamiliar territory, and that you want the best place for them. Here, you’ll find answers to some of your questions. If you prefer to talk, let’s connect. We’re happy to help.

Upon move-in, our care team will assess your loved one’s current health and review the medical history to see how we can best meet his or her needs. Our team will also discuss your preferences in order to help develop a carefully tailored care plan.

At Ovation, the safety and security of our residents comes first. We provide a 24-hour security service with trained security professionals at each location, enhanced camera systems throughout our buildings, secure parking, and a campus-wide emergency paging system.

We have nurses or certified nursing assistants on site and available 24/7.

Our staffing levels are higher than the national average to provide the best care possible, and to promote strong bonds between residents and staff.

We know that having a conversation about moving can seem like you’re trying to take away their personal freedom. We find that it’s important to emphasize how much independence they will enjoy at Ovation Communities. No longer will they have to maintain a home or yard. And your loved one has the choice of being as involved as they want to be in our activities and events.

Transportation to activities and outings in the community is essential to living a full life. Our calendar of events includes outings for shopping, sightseeing, dining at restaurants, and more. In addition, transportation is available to residents who need to get to scheduled medical appointments.

When you live with us, it is not different than living at home — you and your guests are welcome to come and go as you please.

Yes, we welcome it! We hold Town Hall meetings where we solicit feedback and interests from residents, so we can be certain our activities meet their needs and interests.

Ovation offers independent living, assisted living, short-term stays, skilled nursing, memory care, transitional care, and rehabilitation services. If you’re not sure what type of care works for you, we encourage you to visit our Care and Services page, or to contact us.