UPSCALE BEAUTY AT
PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD
BridgeWater Assisted Living Deer Valley
2641 W. Union Hills Drive | Phoenix, AZ 85027 | (602) 883-2110
BridgeWater Assisted Living Deer Valley is where modern upscale beauty meets cutting-edge technology at prices seniors can afford. Conveniently located near the Phoenix Metrocenter, our cozy neighborhood community is nestled between 27th Avenue and Union Hills Drive next to Interstate 17. Residents can take full advantage of living near excellent restaurants, shopping, and places of worship, as well as close to healthcare providers and other medical services.
When our residents are happy and engaged in life through meaningful activities, they will enjoy living their lives to the fullest. BridgeWater Assisted Living employs a resident-focused approach to providing services; offering a variety of activities and events to keep our residents as busy as they want to be. Our residents choose how they want to spend their day – whether it’s enjoying a book in the library or joining some friends to play games or signing up to take an art class – our residents enjoy beautiful common spaces to gather with friends.
We’re also creating opportunities for residents to engage in local community events, give back through philanthropic projects, and participate in local civic affairs. Our residents are as independent as they want to be. They can choose to attend a local play, go to a museum, dine in at our restaurant or go out for a meal with friends.
Take A Peek Inside Deer Valley
Deer Valley Amenities:
Community Dining Room
Chef Prepared Meals – 3 Times a Day
Bistro Coffee Lounge
Front Desk Concierge
Happy Hour Bar
Beautiful Outdoor Courtyard
Library with Books, Magazine
Assisted Living Levels
General health monitoring. Resident is independent with all activities of daily living and is able to take medications without supervision. The community will provide clinical oversight including; healthcare evaluations, service planning and medication oversight as required by Arizona State Licensing.
General health supervision with the care teams ability to intervene as needed. The care team will provide medication management twice daily, healthcare evaluations, service planning and Supervisory oversight and health monitoring as required by Arizona State Licensing.
The care team will provide daily assistance with activities of daily living as needed. Includes; assistance with bathing twice weekly, daily dressing and grooming, orientation and reminders to attend activities, medication management three times daily, healthcare evaluations, service planning and health monitoring as required by Arizona State Licensing.
The care team will provide daily assistance with activities of daily living as needed. Includes; assistance with bathing as needed in excess of twice weekly, daily dressing and grooming, polypharmacy medication management, orientation and reminders to attend activities, escorts to meals and activities. Healthcare evaluations, service planning and health monitoring as required by Arizona State Licensing.
At BridgeWater Assisted Living, we believe our residents want to make their own decisions about the care and services they need and want. Need a helping hand? We’ll be there to provide compassionate care in a comfortable and respectful manner.
Every BridgeWater Assisted Living apartment is equipped with Great Call Technology™ proactive technology. This exciting technology is designed to improve wellness outcomes for our residents by allowing our care teams to ‘see behind the door’ in a manner that is private and non-invasive. Great Call Technology© provides a wide range of clinical data that helps our staff deliver better care to our residents. Careful monitoring of data allows our healthcare team to proactively identify emerging health concerns, and quickly address them with less downtime and better outcomes for residents.
We also want to help seniors and families cut through the red tape to find the information they need to afford assisted living. That’s why we have a dedicated Community Benefits Advocate available to help you explore options for qualifying for financial resources.
Contact the Community Benefits Advocate at (602) 281-9535.