Cedarhurst of St. Charles – Ground Breaking Ceremony

On Thursday, October 15th 2015 Cedarhurst Living broke ground on our newest development on the Lindenwood College campus in St. Charles, Missouri. Our ground breaking ceremony was very well attended including members from Lindenwood University, Reliance Bank, the City of St. Charles, the St. Charles County Chamber of Commerce, Mayor Sally Faith, members of the Cedarhurst team and many other local community and business representatives.

With 75 assisted living apartments and 24 residences equipped for memory care services, Cedarhurst of St. Charles is specifically designed with the best interests of our residents in mind. Individualized care plans are created for each individual based on their needs. That way the value of your days spent in the Cedarhurst of St. Charles community is as outstanding as possible. Cedarhurst of St. Charles is more than just a place to live — it’s a thriving community. We have scheduled group and individual activities to foster fun, friendship, independence, and enjoyment among our residents, but also encourage people to make their own experiences based on their passions and dreams.

One of the most exciting aspects of our new development in St. Charles is being able to take our intergenerational activities and involvement to the next level. There are a number of wonderful benefits when intergenerational activities and group events are incorporated into assisted living communities. Some of the benefits for our seniors include: lower heart rate, lower stress, fewer falls, enhanced socialization, helps to stimulate learning, and a higher level of emotional support. Some of the benefits for younger generations include: higher academic performance, enhanced social skills, maturity around peers, and are less likely to engage in negative behaviors. We could not be more thrilled about partnering with Lindenwood University for Cedarhurst of St. Charles. Please stay tuned for further updates and information.

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