Silverado's model of care is to give LIFE to our residents. As part of insuring that residents receive quality care, Silverado has a full complement of clinicians, including a physician as Medical Director, an R.N. as the Director of Health Services and licensed nurses on-site 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Most assisted livings have little if any clinical involvement. In addition, Silverado is affiliated with many outstanding universities and teaching programs, such as: University of California San Diego (UCSD) and Los Angeles (UCLA), University of Southern California (USC), and Baylor University College of Medicine in Texas.
Silverado Senior Living's communities hold a unique place in the assisted living industry. Only six percent of assisted livings are licensed as freestanding dementia care communities. Currently, Silverado Senior Living has 20 dementia-specific assisted living communities caring for over 1,200 residents.
Generally, Silverado cares for a very frail and elderly population. The average age of residents living at Silverado is 83 years old and less than four percent of Silverado residents are independent in their care needs. Providing care for those with dementia is a specialty, requiring a multidisciplinary team trained and focused together to offer the social stimulation and clinical assessment that supports our residents to be as independent as possible for as long as possible.
Playing with children, or focusing on flowers - Silverado brings engagement to our residents!