Welcome to Vineyard.
We chose the name Vineyard to represent not the wine, but the vine from which it grows; the older the vine, the better the wine. So we celebrate and cultivate seasonality to continually yield the most fruitful outcomes. And much like the characterization of our name, we offer deep-rooted values within a thriving framework of living better together, longer.
WHY SENIOR LIVING?
The decision to move on to a new chapter in life can be a difficult one, because it’s not just when – it’s where. But with a purposeful community where you’re cared about, not just for, we aim to make that decision a little easier through Life, your way™.
Like a true vineyard, nurture is our nature. From new hobbies to passions rooted in your history, our community is dedicated to bringing you the care you deserve, the connections you crave, and the community you won’t want to live without.
Vineyard COO and President Kevin Suite shares the inspiration behind the Vineyard name and our steadfast commitment to living better together, longer.
Blog & News/Events
For caregivers, the holiday season can be a wonderful time of year to participate in carols, cookie baking or decorations. Amid all of this excitement, anxieties and stressors of the day-to-day provider responsibilities remain and sometimes become heightened amid new holiday events or factors. To help avoid the end-of-year-stress, follow our staff’s ten caregiver tips.
You may speak with your aging parent on the phone frequently, but COVID concerns have likely kept you away recently. Hopefully, you have the opportunity to visit this holiday season. Seeing your loved one in person is great for spending quality time, but you can also use it as a chance to assess their overall well-being.
Books for caregivers are an excellent resource when taking care of a loved one. Whether you’re caring for an aging parent or family member with dementia, it can be incredibly challenging, especially when you’re unsure where to start. Educating yourself is an invaluable part of becoming a caregiver. Learning as much as you can about caring for an aging person will help you understand why they’re behaving the way they are—and what you can do about it.