Care for them.
Confidence for you.
We understand that making the decision for your loved one’s next phase of life can be difficult, and even emotional. Which is why we offer support, guidance, and compassion at every step – and for every stage.
With 24-7 nurse care, securely protected properties, personalized amenities and programming, and a purposeful range of floor plans, Vineyard offers the kind of communities where residents are cared about, not just for. Because your loved ones deserve to be happy and comfortable in a place they can call home, and you deserve to have the confidence that they are.
Explore our options and contact us for more information on how we can help find what’s right for you.
Providing the right level of care for your loved one is at the heart of why we do what we do – but it’s just the beginning. From personalized care to specialized and innovative memory care and living options, we’re here to keep your loved ones healthy, happy and comfortable now, and always.
Every resident is different, which is why we offer a community that thinks differently when it comes to events and activities. From our resident lifestyle programs to an ever-changing calendar of experiences, your loved ones will find every excuse to engage and enjoy more of what matters most.
Chef-prepared dining options. Flexible transportation schedules. Exciting activities. With around-the-clock services and amenities that accommodate loved ones’ needs and preferences, the comforts of home are even more comfortable at Vineyard.
Finding the right community for your loved one can be complicated, but budgeting for it doesn’t have to be. We are here to support you through every step and offer flexible options that help meet their financial needs.
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.