The Echelon of Tucson, Tucson AZ
For more than 30 years, Grace Management has had a reputation for premier senior living. The Echelon of Tucson is no exception, bringing their excellence to Tucson’s beautiful neighborhoods. Conveniently located in southwest Tucson, Arizona, the Echelon of Tucson is less just minutes away from downtown. Down the road, residents will find a Walmart Supercenter, more than a dozen restaurants, pharmacies, and banks making errands a breeze.
On-site, residents enjoy numerous resort-style amenities, including a beauty salon. Compassionate staff provides support 24 hours a day, giving residents around-the-clock peace of mind about their care.
The community also offers fitness programs that give residents the perfect opportunity stay active and meet friends. Fitness programs at the Echelon of Tucson include water aerobics, dance lessons, chair exercises, open gym time with a trainer, and more.
Fitness programs at the Echelon of Tucson are only the beginning of their Life Enrichment activities. Each month, the community offers a unique selection of programs and activities for residents to enjoy. These exciting opportunities include, but are not limited to:
Residents enjoy delicious homemade meals during their retirement, prepared by experienced kitchen staff. The communities all-inclusive dining program is available around the clock, giving residents complete control over their meal times. Whether it's early in the morning or late at night, meals are available to fit everyone's unique schedule.
Monthly rent includes many of a resident’s utilities, their meals, housekeeping services, apartment maintenance, and access to life enrichment activities. Rent prices vary depending on a person’s preferred floor plan.
Residents may choose from studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom apartments (depending on which floorplans are available when they apply). Each unit offers private bathrooms, spacious closets, and a kitchen area. Select two-bedroom floorplans also offer dining areas, studies/dens, and walk-in closets.
Want to see everything the Echelon of Tucson has to offer in person? The community offers free tours of the location for families, available to fit any schedule. Touring is the best way for potential residents to meet the staff and ask questions, giving them a first-hand look at what it’s like to live at the Echelon of Tucson. They can learn more about the community's commitment to exceptional independent living and picture what it’s like to call the residence “home”. Scheduling a tour is easy - simply the link above and choosing an eligible date and time.
For more information about the Echelon of Tucson, please use the 'Make and Inquiry' link above or read the frequently asked questions (FAQ) below.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Q: What types of daily programming does the Echelon of Tucson offer on-campus?
When people move into a senior living community, they often worry about staying active and meeting friends. the Echelon of Tucson makes socializing easy, offering daily programming that encourages residents to interact with other members of the community, pursue their hobbies, and learn new skills.
Daily programming may include friendly competitions, art sessions, or exercise classes. Residents are welcome to enjoy whichever activities they please and are encouraged to participate in as many as they wish.
To learn more about daily programming at the Echelon of Tucson, please use the link above to make an inquiry. Alternatively, families may reach out to the tour guide or activities director for more information when they visit the community in-person.
Q: How should my family prepare for our tour of the Echelon of Tucson?
Touring is a crucial step in the home-to-community transition for families moving into independent living. During the tour, there are important questions families can ask to make sure the community suits their needs:
When are mealtimes? Are mealtimes flexible?
Does the community provide medication management?
Can spouses who require different levels of care live together?
Does the community offer cohabiting?
What is the staff-to-resident ratio?
Are there special events for birthdays, holidays, and other occasions?
How do residents receive mail?
What is the community's pet policy?
What is the community's emergency procedure?
What is the community's pre-admission assessment like?
Before touring, families should make a list of everything they want to know so they can ask guided questions. To ask questions before touring, please use the 'Make an Inquiry' link above.
Q: Are floor plans furnished at the Echelon of Tucson, or should I bring my own furniture?
In most cases, apartments are not furnished or decorated when residents move into assisted living at the Echelon of Tucson. They are encouraged to make the apartment feel like home with their own decorations, including furnishings.
However, incoming Independent Living residents should take note that their senior living apartment may be smaller than their private home. To avoid overpacking (or buying furniture that is too big for the unit), families should measure their new home before moving in.
For more information about the Echelon of Tucson's apartments, please use the link above to make an inquiry.
Q: Does The Echelon of Tucson offer respite care or short-term housing options?
Yes! When families caregivers need professionals to step in while they are away, they can turn to the Echelon of Tucson for assistance. Caregiving is important, but all caregivers need time to go on a vacation, focus on their career, or simply take a break from their duties to recharge at some point. Regardless of the reason, caregivers need to know their family members are being properly cared for while they are away.
The Echelon of Tucson makes stepping away easy with its outstanding respite care living options. Short-term residents are welcome to the community’s amenities, including home-cooked meals. To learn more about the cost of respite care at the Echelon of Tucson, use the link above to make an inquiry.
Q: Does the Echelon of Tucson offer special care services for residents with Alzheimer's disease?
Yes! As part of Grace Management's continuum of care, they offer a wide variety of care services for residents with Alzheimer's disease and dementia. Residents living with Alzheimer's receive amazing specialized support to meet their unique needs, giving them a premier senior living experience that helps them live healthy lifestyles.
Q: Is the Echelon of Tucson an assisted living facility?
No. The Echelon of Tucson senior care facility offers independent living and respite housing options, but they do not manage the same level of care as an assisted living facility.
For more information about the type of senior care provided at the Echelon of Tucson, please use the link above to make an inquiry.
From The Owner
It’s not like home. It is home. Our mission is to make the tough decisions easier. Home may be a place, but it’s also a feeling, a way of life and something we take seriously. The Echelon of Tucson creates exceptional senior living experiences by bringing care and compassion to each and every relationship. With living options to suit your specific needs and activities that you’re sure to love, this is what a vibrant, active community looks like. We believe you’ll be able to see yourself here. Welcome to the family. Keep Reading