Assisted Living and Memory Care providing help, safety, community, and better quality of life while staying independent.

Are you wondering how to start the conversation about senior living in your family or if senior living is the right choice for a loved one?

Whether you have considered assisted living for yourself or a family member, start by asking some important questions about where you or your loved one’s life should go:

  • Are you or your family member still active but feel burdened by an empty house?
  • Do you or your family members no longer have a strong social support network?
  • Do you or your family members still feel a sense of purpose? Or, do you or your family member want more opportunity to contribute?
  • Has driving become a concern?
  • What about mobility?
  • Are there ongoing health questions?

Our compassionate and caring professionals at the Village at Skyline Pines are here to help individuals and families start a conversation to build a customized senior living solution. We would love to sit down and discuss your options with you!


Assisted Living couple on bench

Assisted Living

The Village at Skyline Pines believes in providing the ideal solution for seniors who value their independence, yet need some assistance with daily activities.

Revolving around individual wellness and personal care, our tailored plans for each resident encourages continual independence and safety.

Team members are available 24-hours a day for help with bathing, dressing, medication reminders, or other activities. The Village at Skyline Pines is not only a comforting, resident-centered alternative to an assisted living ‘facility’, it is a completely different option for residents that do not require intensive, skilled nursing care.

Senior resident playing chess for memory care

Memory Care

At the Village at Skyline Pines, our Alzheimer’s, dementia, and memory care services are focused firmly on creating a safe and familiar environment while promoting independence.

Our memory care facilities consist of specially designed living spaces and supportive environments for those who are living with cognitive challenges brought on by Alzheimer’s and dementia. These designs may include carefully considered flooring to reduce problematic patterns and specialized wall colors for easy navigating for those with Alzheimer’s or dementia.

Areas of the community are also set up for safe engagement during activities such as gardening, kitchen work, and independently focused activities that provide purposeful and meaningful moments.

Our team is trained to value each senior and to recognize his/her unique preferences and needs. We know that memory loss affects every resident differently. Understanding those differences allows us to respond positively to each individual senior while providing quality care possible and helping each resident to live their best life.