Solera Senior Living’s Commitment to the Safety and Wellbeing of Residents and Staff While Managing the Threat of the COVID-19 Delta Variant

At Solera Senior Living, we continue to remain tirelessly committed to the safety and well-being of our residents, their loved ones and our team members. We are proud to have made the difficult decision in late 2020 to mandate the COVID-19 vaccine at each of our communities in Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Maryland and Texas. This initiative has helped to … Read More

Solera Senior Living Among First to Receive COVID-19 Vaccine, Targeting 90%+ Participation for Residents and Staff

During the past year, the top priority at all Solera Senior Living communities across the U.S. has been the health, safety and security of our residents and staff. The COVID-19 pandemic presented us with unprecedented challenges, and we are greatly appreciative for the day-to-day support and dedication shown by our residents, families and team members as they followed the protocols … Read More

Coronavirus Update – October 9, 2020

Hello Residents and Families of Savanna House,  I want to thank you for the overwhelming support and positive feedback you have shared since the beginning of the pandemic. Your positive reviews matter, and it has touched the hearts of our team members that strive each and every day to provide the highest level of car to you and your loved … Read More

Savanna House Glam!

News 12 Phoenix featured Savana House recently with a great story showing how our residents are “getting their glam on” during COVID-19! Enjoy the outstanding video below.

Coronavirus Update – September 3, 2020

Hello Residents and Families of Savanna House, I hope everyone is doing as well and looking forward to the beginning of the autumn season. Speaking for myself, I know it is a real challenge to avoid feeling overwhelmed about the continuous COVID-19 situation that we find ourselves in. However, each day I encounter something very positive at Savanna House that … Read More

Coronavirus Update – March 24, 2020

Dear Savanna House Family and Friends. I wanted to extend my gratitude for your continued support and understanding of our community’s preventative measures relating to the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. Thanks to your help, we have done a great job so far! Keeping our residents and staff safe is our top priority as we continue to manage this ever-changing situation while … Read More

Coronavirus Update – March 17, 2020

Dear Savanna House Family and Friends, I wanted to reach out with an update for you regarding our coronavirus (COVID-19) measures, asking for your continued support of the guidelines recommended by our local, state and federal health authorities. We have had a number of families visiting the community since the no-visitor mandate went into effect. We understand your concern for … Read More

Coronavirus Update

At Savanna House, the safety and well-being of our residents and their families, as well as our employees and health partners, is our top priority. My team and I are actively monitoring news relating to the coronavirus (COVID-19) and taking appropriate actions based on the recommendations of our local, state and federal health agencies.  We have communicated with our residents … Read More

Consider emotions when discussing assisted living

We know lots of people who have happily moved right into an assisted living facility and started new lives. For many, the burden of no longer having to maintain a house and cook for themselves is refreshing. Activities, socializing, healthy meals are all part of what makes the new environment appealing. However, some seniors find leaving behind a house (and … Read More

New Year’s resolutions if assisted living is an option

Is one of your New Year’s resolutions to start looking into assisted living? Here are 5 things to consider: A daily routine Even under the best circumstances, many seniors still struggle with a daily routine that is fulfilling. After retirement and the loss of a spouse and other loved ones, life can get lonely and dull. This isn’t to say … Read More