Walden Place, Cortland NY
At the Walden Place senior living community, older adults can enjoy five-star living in peaceful Cortland, NY. The residence offers enhanced assisted living and Alzheimer's care, making it a popular choice for people with varying levels of care. With exceptional long-term care programs, dozens of services and amenities, and highly-trained staff, the community creates a comfortable, nurturing environment where people can live the lifestyle they've always dreamed of without sacrificing quality senior care.
What makes senior living at Walden Place the best in Cortland, NY? For some people, it's their variety of recreational activities and social opportunities. For others, it's their exceptional Alzheimer's care program for senior residents living with Alzheimer's disease. Whatever services a person needs and whatever personal interests they have, there is something for everyone at Walden Place to make their experience wholesome and enjoyable.
When a person applies to Walden Place, the community's care advisers work with them closely to identify their greatest care needs. The advisers develop individualized care plans for each resident, tailored to them personally. Individualized care plans outline which activities of daily living residents need help with, making sure they get assistance with things they need while preserving their independence and individuality. Trained staff establish close communication with residents to get to know them on a more in-depth level so they can provide them with assistance appropriate for their levels of care.
Along with exceptional senior care, Walden Place offers many services and amenities designed to make life as easy and laid back as possible. From weekly housekeeping to laundry services, residents save time doing chores so they can spend their days however they please.
Residents also save time on meal preparation, thanks to the community's on-campus restaurant. The restaurant staff prepares three meals a day, each designed to meet one-third of each person's nutritional needs. Residents may enjoy mouthwatering dishes and classic tastes like pot roast, pork chops, and lasagna, among countless others thanks to the community's ever-changing menu. If someone cannot enjoy meals on the menu, the staff offer substitutions to accommodate their special dietary needs.
Meals are an excellent social opportunity for residents, giving them a chance to bond while they dine. Meals are included in a person's base monthly rental fee, along with weekly housekeeping and laundry services.
However, meals aren't the only time residents can get together and spend quality time with one another. To improve each person's quality of life, the community offers dozens of recreational events where residents can pursue their passions, explore new hobbies, and meet friends. Social events at the community are different every day, and residents are encouraged to participate in whichever activities most interest them. Walden Place's recreational events calendar features exciting activities like:
- Happy hours (and other social gatherings)
- Lifelong learning opportunities, like guest speakers and lectures
- Arts and crafts sessions and lessons
- Pet therapy
- Fitness classes and exercise programs
- Billiards and card game competitions
- Board game and bingo nights
- Classic movie screenings
- Devotional meetings (prayer groups, Bible studies, etc.)
- Group outings
With a unique continuum of care philosophy, residents who move into Walden Place can rest assured their needs will be met regardless of how their health or abilities change. By offering assisted living and Alzheimer's care, residents do not have to move to a different senior living community if their care needs change as they age. Instead, they can stay where they feel comfortable and establish their life at Walden Place without worrying about relocating as their daily needs evolve.
To learn more about Walden Place, their wellness programs, their continuum of care philosophy, or their costs of care, use the link above to make an inquiry. Families who want a closer look at life as a resident can schedule a tour for free, giving them a chance to speak with the staff directly and ask questions about their senior care programs. The staff is happy to explain what makes Walden Place a five-star living community, helping families make their decision when deciding between multiple continuing care retirement communities.
For more information, read the frequently asked questions (FAQ) below.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Q: Does Walden Place offer skilled nursing care for people who need ongoing medical attention?
No. Walden Place is a non-medical senior living community. Their services and amenities are designed for people who need help with their activities of daily living without sacrificing their independence. They are not equipped to provide skilled nursing care and they may not be suitable for people who help to manage severe chronic illness or injury. For more information, use the link above to make an inquiry.
Q: What features and amenities do Walden Place’s apartments offer?
Each of Walden Place’s apartments is unique with its own personality, but they are all complete with the following luxury features and amenities:
- Kitchens with refrigerators and cooking appliances
- Emergency call systems
- Individually controlled heating and air conditioning
- Walk-in closets
- Private bathrooms
To learn more about Walden Place’s apartments, use the link above to make an inquiry.
Q: Is Walden Place pet-friendly?
Yes! Walden Place allows residents to bring one small cat or dog with them when they move in. All furry companions must not violate the community’s pet policy, which prospective residents can learn more about using the link above to make an inquiry.
Q: What is the application process like for a person to move into Walden Place?
The move-in process starts with a basic application. Prospective residents should outline their general care needs, their preferences, and their expectations when they apply to Walden Place. Once they submit their application, prospective residents will sit down with a care adviser for a pre-admission assessment. During the assessment, the care adviser will ask the applicant questions about their lives, helping the community determine their level of care. They will discuss the person’s financial options to pay for Walden Place and explain which services and amenities their base rental fee includes (as well as which services cost extra each month). Once the pre-admission assessment is over, the community can determine if they are a suitable fit for the applicant based on the assessment results and the person can begin moving in if they are approved.
To learn more about the application process, use the link above to make an inquiry.
From The Owner
At Walden Place in Cortland, New York, you or your loved one will receive the care and service suited to your personal lifestyle so that you can live your life the way you always intended. Offering Cortland Assisted Living and Memory Care lifestyle options, Walden Place allows you to embark on a gracious life that you may not have thought possible. The Walden Place community has a little something for everyone. Whether you like to get out and explore your local community, enjoy relaxing in the comfort of your home, or a little bit of both, we have virtually limitless options that will nurture your mind, body, and spirit. Our award-winning program Brain Health University (BHU) is always popular for those residents who like to stretch their minds and socialize with friends, as are the plethora of life enrichment programs available. Walden Place is in the heart of Cortland, the home of the New York Jets training camp. We are also very close to theaters, Cortland State University, the F... Keep Reading