Real questions from the community
As excitement builds for The Canyons, here are some answers to some of the questions we’re hearing.
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If The Canyons is designed for aging-in-place, why isn't it restricted to people 55 and up?
Research from around the world shows that intergenerational living is an important contributor to thriving as we age. While The Canyons offers amenities that are designed to work well for older residents, we hope to cultivate a multi-generational environment. Everyone can enjoy the health and social benefits from getting to know people of different generations.
I use a wheelchair. Will the apartments work for me?
The whole Canyons building is ADA compliant and incorporates Universal Design principles throughout.
Does The Canyons offer assisted-living services such as medication management, bathing, and dressing?
No, The Canyons is not a care facility. It is a good option for those that are living independently and want an environment that continues to support that lifestyle for as long as possible. As such, Canyons residents should be comfortable with their Activities of Daily Living (ADL) as well as Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL), which are the tasks that people need to manage in order to live at home and be fully independent.
Why is the rent higher than other apartments on the market?
The Canyons was designed to meet the needs of aging urban dwellers. As such The Canyons was built to be entirely barrier-free with beautiful, modern interiors in which to call home. Our onsite paramedic is available 24/7 and has the expertise to handle any urgent situations that may arise. The Canyons also offers in-apartment hands free communication systems, concierge services, round-the-clock security, community-building activities, a Wellness Room with a variety of health offerings, access to delivered hot meals, a fitness room, and other benefits to support an independent lifestyle.
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