Supportive Community Lifestyles
At Fellowship Square Historic Mesa, we understand that health care needs change. In order to be responsive to our residents' changing needs and to address the challenges of being independent, we offer a foundation of supportive community living: three lifestyles known as Independent Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care.
Services within each of these community living lifestyles can be customized and enhanced for individual needs and to maximize quality of life. For more information, please see our Wellness Connection.
Independent Living is appropriate for individuals 62+ or disabled individuals who need a little extra help to maintain their independence. They may struggle with transportation, keeping up with the housework and meal preparation. They may be somewhat isolated or bored and would benefit from fun activities and social opportunities. They may require occasional assistance with personal care or medication management.
Assisted Living is appropriate for individuals 62+ or disabled who, in addition to needing transportation, housekeeping, meals and activities, also require regular/ongoing assistance with activities of daily living (personal care, medication management). They may no longer feel safe at home alone overnight. They need access to caregiver assistance 24/7.
Memory Care is for individuals who are struggling with dementia. Dementia is the deterioration in memory, thinking, behavior and the ability to perform everyday activities.
Assisted Living and Memory Care are within our Oasis Community. Most of the residents there have transitioned from our Fellowship Square Historic Mesa Independent Living Community right next door. They are aging in place - in a community with staff that their families know and trust.