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Grand Opening Of Sagewood at Daybreak

Kisco Senior Living Community One of First Pioneers Transforming the Landscape of the West Bank

Grand Opening Of Sagewood at Daybreak The greater South Jordan UT area is invited to welcome a new community to its midst. Kisco Senior Living’s Sagewood at Daybreak, a full-service senior living community, will hold a formal grand opening celebration, with all the trimmings on Thursday, October 8 from 4:00-7:00 p.m. The latest in Kisco Senior Living’s full continuum of independent living, assisted living and memory care communities will officially open its doors to the general public as well as local dignitaries, who will have an opportunity to tour this new senior living community and see first-hand the amenities available to residents. “We are excited to introduce the local community to our newly hired, experienced staff of 80, while also giving each grand opening attendee exclusive access to available amenities like our elegant courtyard dining room, rejuvenating spa and wellness center complete with an indoor pool ” said Executive Director Josh Lancaster. To attend this grand opening party as a member of the media, please call Ellen Richardson at 336-217-4270. For information about the community, please call 801-938-9389, visit the community at 11289 South Oakmond Road in South Jordan or visit Inside Sagewood at Daybreak Sagewood at Daybreak spans six acres and offers a full continuum of elder lifestyle options, including 99 independent living homes, and 67 assisted living homes where supportive care is provided for residents who require some extra assistance with daily activities. Additionally, there are two intimate households with 23 private accommodations for residents needing more personal care. One household is for assisted living and the other is for specialized assisted living including Alzheimer’s and related cognitive challenges where members live in a safe, secured area. The different levels of care ensure that as members’ needs change; they can remain in the same warm, comfortable home within the community they love, promoting independence and dignity while reducing anxiety.