At The Ridge Cottonwood, we believe assisted living in Holladay, Utah, can be exceptional living — complete with the promise of privacy, r ...…
Assisted Living Facilities in Holladay, Utah
The intrinsic value of inspired living.
At The Ridge Cottonwood, we believe assisted living in Holladay, Utah, can be exceptional living — complete with the promise of privacy, respect and peace of mind. We believe every resident should benefit from a comfortable, invigorating lifestyle enhanced by upscale features and smart, age-appropriate technology. That every studio, one- and two-bedroom apartment and every common space should encourage a sense of meaning and purpose within each new day.
Here, you’ll be in the company of interesting, thoughtful and caring people. Supported by team members focused on meeting individual needs, lending an extra hand with the activities of daily living and honoring personal routines. Cared for by licensed Salt Lake City professionals, trained in enriching the lives of older adults through the prudent monitoring of any health concerns or medications.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Assisted living offers that little bit of extra help with the activities of daily living, while skilled nursing is a more acute care setting that requires licensed nursing supervision 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Long-term care insurance can assist in paying for care, but the amount of coverage varies by insurance companies. Additionally, there are possible life insurance conversion benefits and Veterans’ benefits available.
Within our assisted living program we work to tailor care plans to the individual, but for most what’s provided is simply the comfort of knowing that little bit of extra help is always there from assistance with the activities of daily living to more specific needs like medication management and the monitoring of health conditions. On top of that, every assisted living resident is supported by an around-the-clock team highly trained, licensed professionals who are dedicated to meeting their needs.
Yes, a number of our residents will move in independently and then add a care plan as needed.
Yes, part of aging in place allows residents to go on hospice and stay within the community.
Yes, home health care providers as well as other specialists can come into the community.
A podiatrist can see residents in the community and charge Medicare for the services. Medicare will cover a podiatrist visit every 61 days.