When looking for senior assisted living amenities the question often arises, “What makes Cappella of Grand Junction different?” Cappella of Grand Junction is far more than a traditional assisted living and memory care community. Everything here – from the architecture to chef-planned meals to the senior living amenities –is focused on enhancing the quality of life for older adults.
By utilizing innovative technology, person-centered philosophies and dedicated care partners, Cappella of Grand Junction creates environments where residents thrive.
Technology utilized at Cappella of Grand Junction leads to a better life experience for residents. Innovative systems such as Hearing Loop located in our Harris community room enables hearing-impaired people to better listen and communicate in a group setting. Cutting-edge technology like electronic key-fob access to apartments provides ease of use for residents whose hand-dexterity may be compromised. The fobs also provide added security and accountability as the system tracks who enters the apartment 24/7.
Our utilization of non-intrusive technology partners directly with our person-centered focus on residents. We believe that any person, regardless of physical or cognitive limitations, is able to continue on their life path of growth and exploration. This is why we put the needs and values of our residents first in our memory care and assisted living services and amenities.
Did you know that as we age, our daily physical movements become even more important in sustaining strength, balance and flexibility? And that a significant decrease in daily movement routines is a big contributor to physical deconditioning and increase in falls? Recognizing the impact of falls for older adults, CLC-Cappella recently launched the Movement 4 Life campaign and challenge. Movement 4 Life, as the name implies, emphasizes the importance of moving throughout the day, every day. Our Movement 4 Life challenge evolves around 4 core movements recommended by our physical therapists:
Practiced daily, these movements can increase strength, balance and flexibility, contributing to your whole body wellness, and can help decrease risk for falls due to deconditioning.