Phoenix Senior Living

Reflecting on Phoenix Kids Kamp

Life is always about your ability to reflect – enjoying your successes and learning from your mistakes – moving forward stronger and wiser. When my journey launching Phoenix Senior Living began over 16 years ago, building it in my mind (and heart) and breathing life into it over the last few years, I have remained […]

A Caring Heart

As the founder and CEO of Phoenix Senior Living I continue to “ponder” on what truly defines a great senior living community, one that gets better every day. What can we do to take our service to the next level? After many years of experience serving seniors, I know for sure it isn’t in the […]

Bringing Our Newest and Wisest Generations Together

When I think about bringing young kids and seniors together, I always smile thinking about my oldest son’s learning from his own grandfather.  At a very young age, he worked side by side with his “Poppi” as they built a handcrafted wooden canoe.  Although he may have been too young to actually contribute much, he […]

Being a Caregiver is No Easy Job

Although I have been a Professional in Senior Living for the last 15 years of my life, I have been a Grandson for much longer.  After several years of watching my Mother and her sisters work through the aging process with my adored, independent Grandmother, I know for a fact – moving a loved one […]

When and Where

Two Toughest Decisions? When and Where. It is one thing to decide when the time is right for moving your loved one or yourself to a senior community, but it becomes even more challenging when deciding what type of community is most needed. The process for making these very important decisions can be stressful and […]

Stepping into Senior Living

Making the decision to transition into a senior living community can come with a range of emotions, questions and challenges.  At Phoenix Senior Living we work with families daily to help make the transition an easy and seamless process.  Here are a few tips to ease the way. First and foremost, recognize that this is […]