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Carrington Court - Utah Assisted Living, located in South Jordan, UtahCarrington Court Assisted Living provides quality senior living and senior care with amenities and comforts similar to those in a retirement community (dining, transportation, activity programs) while adding additional support for those seniors who need some assistance.
With the input of our trained aides, nurse, and management, a care plan will be developed to specifically suit the needs of each individual. For family members, the most significant benefit offered by assisted living is knowing that help is always available for a loved one. For residents, maintaining dignity, privacy, and a sense of independence (despite needing help) is the most important goal. Families enjoy visiting their loved ones here. Warm loving caregivers serve and care for our wonderful residents. Countless hours spent on its architectural and interior design make it a beautiful and comfortable place to live. Residents enjoy the many activities and opportunities provided to them here.
Come and see why Carrington Court is
THE BETTER CHOICE.
Seniors who require help from time to time but wish to maintain their independence are good candidates for assisted living.
Carrington Court's Assisted Living community is designed for seniors who require assistance in some aspects of daily living. This assistance can include help with mobility, transportation, medication administration, personal grooming and hygiene, incontinence management and more. Carrington Court offers care plans designed to suit the specific needs of each resident.
Seniors who have memory impairments, dementia, or Alzheimer's disease are great candidates for memory care.
Carrington Court's Memory Care Community is designed to support seniors suffering from Alzheimer's Disease or other memory disorders. While safety and security are the primary concern, care plans are also customized to the individuals' needs and the family's wishes. Resources such as Alzheimer's support groups are often available to assist loved ones.