The Golden Years Estate not only provides residents with the services to maintain their personal, social, and religious needs, but also the facilities for such services. We offer residents quiet areas and spacious lounge areas for visits from friends and family. We have activity areas for crafting, exercise, fitness, games, and room for group activities
Our kitchen and dining areas have been designed using the most modern fixtures and appliances, from energy efficient stoves and ranges to econo-cookers that operate with minimal energy use. In fact, all appliances and fixtures are designed to save energy and address the issue of global warming and saving our environment.
Our dining area can accommodate up to 100 people and offers residents the ability to enjoy their meals in comfort while encouraging a social atmosphere. Our meals are planned around the main food groups with special consideration for diabetics and residents with food allergies. All meals are designed with the help of a registered dietitian boosting our resident’s favorite and traditional foods.
Our facility features a doctor’s office and examination room as well as a nursing station. Residents’ medical needs are addressed and treated in a personal, private, and professional manner by visits from our on-staff nurse and weekly doctor’s visits.
Professional beauty salon for all your personal care and hairdressing needs. Provided by our certified hairdresser, Julie.
Levels of Care
Levels of Care
At The Golden Years Estate, we strive to provide every service and amenity based on the needs of our residents.
The Golden Years Estate currently features services tailored to provide care for seniors who can live independently (Level 1) or who require some form of assisted living (Level 2).
Every resident has different personal needs and with that in mind, we provide each one with their own program of care and assistance. At The Golden Years Estate, our dedicated, professional staff strive to maintain a comfortable atmosphere for each valued resident.
Seniors who can no longer manage to live on their own, but do not require twenty-four hour medical care.
May need assistance with performing activities on a daily basis such as bathing, dressing, toiletry, cooking, eating, mobility, and general housekeeping.