The HAPPINESS of our residents is paramount. 

We take time to listen to their story, understand their background, respect the way they choose to live each day and incorporate favorite pastimes and activities into their daily care plan.

Everyone at Vista Living is unique and has lifestyle preferences that they bring with them when they arrive.

Some prefer social stimulation and enjoy a lot of activity and involvement with staff and neighbors, while others prefer to simply quietly observe activity or are content relaxing in the privacy of their own suite. 

We assure that our homes are filled with fun, laughter, peace and tranquility and above all, HAPPINESS.

To experience the Vista Living lifestyle, come tour one of our beautiful homes today! 

Call 602-456-1919 to schedule your personal tour.

Staying Strong

As people enter later stages of aging, they lose muscle, get weaker, sleep more often and eat less.  This is a natural regression that is especially present when for seniors who live alone at home.  Vista Living, provides healthy and nutritious meals and we encourage our residents to exercise their bodies and their minds. Our high staff to resident ratio allows us to realistically provide personalized attention and care, encourage good habits and enhance well being. 

Case Study:

Joanne is wheelchair bound and active.  She is also a beach ball “volleyball” champion player and used to enjoy crossword puzzles until they got too difficult. We switched from crosswords to playing Hangman using an iPad.  She loves the more concentrated problem solving of Hangman and enjoys this activity, in addition to bingo very much.

Community Enrichment

We believe community is both internal and external.  We take care in helping residents stay connected their outside community as well as their inside community at Vista Living.  Within our homes, we specifically designed the common areas to ensure that “community” is never far away. We eliminated hallways and designated our centralized living room, kitchen, and patio as the hub of group activity.  The community outside of our homes includes friends and family.  We encourage visits and the use of technology to help capture special moments for loved ones who are far away. 

Case Study:

One of our team members, Kyle, moved his dad (Bob) from Hawaii to the Mainland in order to care for him.  He knew moving Bob away from the place he lived most of his life meant that it was his responsibility to help him maintain connections to his life back home – relatives, neighbors, friends, and his sister.  The same thing happens to our residents when they leave the familiar setting of family and home.  That’s why we encourage family visits and the use of technology for family and friends who live far away.

Identifying & Building on Strengths

This is the core of our philosophy. We identify intellectual , emotional, experiential and physical strengths that go beyond reviewing someone’s health condition.  It is common for family members to know all about strengths, but much too often in assisted living environments, staff does not notice or show interest in anything beyond what is “necessary.”  At Vista Living, we have a different philosophy.  Our team is comprised of optimists and natural coaches/mentors. We see and embrace our residents as diverse and intricate people who have amazing backgrounds and exceptional stories.  We ensure that we foster an environment where they can shine.  Where they are excited to belong, be unique and look forward to new and fun experiences.

Case Study:

Leonard was wheelchair bound and only had the use of this right arm.  He usually would not actively participate in group activities, however, we noticed that he had good motor skills and reflexes with his left arm. We developed games that allowed him to display his talents.  He is a champion beach ball “volleyball” player in our community.  Soon after taking part in this new activity, Leonard began talking with staff and other residents much more often and was suddenly all smiles.

Discover Your Family's Solution Today. Contact Vista Living 602-456-1919

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Arcadia

5529 E. Calle Tuberia
Phoenix, AZ 85018
Phone: 602-456-1919
Email: info@vistaliving.net

Arcadia

Address: 
5529 E. Calle Tuberia
Phoenix, AZ 85018
Phone: 602-456-1919
Email: info@vistaliving.net

 

Camelback

Address: 
5528 E. Calle Tuberia
Phoenix, AZ 85018
Phone: 602-456-1919
Email: info@vistaliving.net


Camelback

5528 E. Calle Tuberia
Phoenix, AZ 85018
Phone: 602-456-1919
Email: info@vistaliving.net