The Village at NorthRidge Helps Families Tackle a Complex Topic
As families gather this holiday season, senior housing experts at The Village at NorthRidge encourage seniors to have an honest, open discussion about their well-being and future care needs. Communicating with adult children about retirement living and future care choices could be the greatest gift seniors give them – and themselves.
According to Mike Soto, executive director of The Village at NorthRidge, no matter how independent, vibrant and self-sufficient a parent may be, the question of “what if” lingers on adult children’s minds. Faced with the possible care and financial responsibility of a parent can take an emotional and physical toll on adult children.
“With planning and the knowledge of available resources, the whole family can find peace of mind,” Soto said. “While the subject may not be an easy one to broach, our knowledgeable staff can help families tackle this complex subject piece by piece, allowing you to make better informed decisions.”
To help jump-start this important discussion, Soto suggests that families tour retirement communities together. In addition to becoming more educated about housing options, touring a community can provide family members with tremendous insight to seniors’ preferences.
Seniors interested in visiting The Village at NorthRidge are encouraged to call (818) 477-4081 to schedule a personal tour, and learn more about the community’s limited time “Home for the Holidays” savings opportunity.
“There has never been a better time to enjoy retirement living at The Village at NorthRidge,” Soto said. “With our ‘Home for the Holidays’ value offering, seniors can save a minimum of $10,700 in their first year alone.”
At The Village at NorthRidge, seniors enjoy all the luxuries they expect in retirement living, as well as a sophisticated blend of comfort, style, fine dining and endless social, recreational and educational opportunities. Plus, through the community’s new unique alliance with Providence Health and Services, the Arthritis Foundation and California State University, North-ridge, residents have direct access to leading experts and resources in health and wellness.
Owned and operated by Senior Resource Group, The Village at NorthRidge is comprised of 275 independent and assisted living residences. The community’s resort-style amenities include: The Prairie Grille Restaurant (open 12 hours daily), a fully equipped fitness center, The Majestic Theatre, Internet café, The Corbin Street Market, library, art gallery, club lounge, bistro bar, swimming pool and spa, a full-service beauty salon, and underground parking.
For more information about The Village at NorthRidge, call (818) 477-4081 or visit www.TheVillageatNorthRidge.com