The Kensington Is Pleased to Join the San Gabriel Valley Community

The Kensington is an assisted living and memory care residence opening late fall in the heart of Sierra Madre.

The Kensington is an assisted living and memory care residence opening late fall in the heart of Sierra Madre.

The Kensington is an assisted living and memory care residence opening late fall in the heart of Sierra Madre. It is the realization of a vision of passionate leaders in the senior living industry. This industrious group sought to develop a community that takes the assisted living model of care to a higher level in an environment of comfortable elegance, staffed by loving professionals. They have accomplished just that.

The Kensington is designed to be home for seniors who need assisted living and memory care services. Here, we believe the comfort of familiarity is precious, so our enhanced program enables us to offer care beyond what the traditional assisted living community can deliver. We offer a full spectrum of clinical support, including end-of-life care, and no resident has to move out if assisted living health care needs change or increase.

For those with memory loss, we offer two levels of care in specially designed neighborhoods. Connections is for residents in the early to middle stages of memory loss. Haven is for residents in the middle to late stages. Our multifaceted program supports not only residents but also their families.

Professional care readily available to all residents includes:

  • Licensed nurses on-site 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • Primary care manager for each resident
  • Medication/diabetes management, including injections by licensed professionals
  • Board certified physicians on-site
  • Exercise classes and fitness programs
  • Specialized diets
  • On-site rehabilitation, including physical, occupational, and speech therapies

To learn more, please contact Brandy Valencia, our Executive Director, by calling (626) 355-5700. Or, visit our on-site Information Center. 

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