As a locally owned, locally designed and locally sourced senior living community, it’s in our nature to support and encourage your best li ...…
Senior Living Community in Holladay, Utah
Committed to you. Committed to Utah.
As a locally owned, locally designed and locally sourced senior living community, it’s in our nature to support and encourage your best life. To offer the embrace of an extended family for you and your four-legged friends. To live up to your standards and honor what you value most with an unrivaled approach to independent-minded assisted living and memory care.
This is what makes us proud to celebrate all the wonderful things the Salt Lake City area has to offer. And as a Holladay Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year recipient, it’s why our team is so enthusiastic about our own contributions to the Salt Lake City community. To experience the ways in which The Ridge Cottonwood strives to achieve these goals, watch the video of our Executive Director.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, in fact we’ve helped many couples in this type of situation.
Because we find satisfaction is highest with familiar and sentimental items, our various floor plans do not come pre-furnished.
Yes, we have reserved parking available.
Yes, we offer personal transportation in our private community vehicle, as well as group transportation to various events.
We have a dedicated pharmacy partner, who conveniently delivers medications three times a day.
We do not accept Medicare directly, however our Home Health Care and Hospice providers do, and both are able to offer their services to assisted living and memory care residents. The supplementation of such services may lower the care fees for certain resident care plans.
Due to the Utah New Choices Waiver, we do not accept Medicaid.
Yes, independent physicians can come into the community to see patients. Through this process residents are able to avoid doctor’s lobby wait times, and often visiting doctors are able to bill most insurance companies.