We have 23 Assisted Living communities, 8 Hospice offices and 5 At Home offices nation-wide.
Your needs will be met with the team effort of geriatric professionals and highly trained home care companions. Regular interaction, oversight, and discussion take place to assure your loved one receives consistent, quality in home care.
You can have greater peace of mind knowing you can reach a Geriatric Care Manager any time, day or night, any day of the year. They are there for you to use as an expert resource, as a mediator, and as a guide through the difficult-to-navigate waters of finance, healthcare and medical needs.
Silverado's Assisted Living communities specialize in caring for those with memory impairments, such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, Lewy-Body, or other related dementias. We provide expert clinical care led by a Physician Medical Director, full-time registered nurse as our Director of Health Services and licensed nurses on-site around the clock. Services are provided in a warm, comfortable and home-like environment including pets, and children. Delicious meals, stimulating, adult oriented activities and life enriching outings round out the living experience at Silverado Senior Living.
Silverado Hospice exists in the hope and belief that through effective, compassionate care, patients can approach the end of their lives with dignity and comfort in the midst of a caring environment sensitive to their needs. We do this by helping our patients achieve physical and emotional comfort so they can concentrate on living life as fully as possible.
Silverado Hospice is dedicated to the belief that no one who has a life-limiting illness should die alone, afraid or in pain. Hospice provides peace, comfort and caring to terminally ill people and their families. Hospice treats the person, not the disease. Hospice is a philosophy of care that assists patients, families, and friends during the final stages of a terminal illness. We focus on the quality of LIFE because, at Silverado, Hospice is about living.