Tucson’s Premier Senior Living Community
The Hacienda at the River heralds a new era in senior care. A 7.5-acre senior living community in the Catalina Foothills of Tucson, The Hacienda is a unique community for individuals seeking exceptional Independent Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care.
Dedicated to vibrant longevity and visionary healing science, Tucson’s new award-winning senior living community fuses landmark integrative therapies and leading edge applied research with the warm desert beauty and hospitality of the Southwest.
New Independent Living Residences
The new residences, featuring gracious and sustainable design, welcome those seeking exceptional Independent Living. The design influence is Spanish Revival style, a local favorite that concentrates on thick white walls under red tile roofs, balconies and patios for indoor/outdoor living, and generous spaces filled with light from abundant tall windows.
Memory Care at The Hacienda
With so many memory care facilities to choose from in Tucson, it’s important to find the right one. At The Hacienda, the focus is on helping each resident lead their best, most fulfilling life. Our associates concentrate on what each resident can do with enjoyment and engagement, rather than on their limitations. The resulting growth and engagement is often surprising.
Assisted Living at The Hacienda at the River
There are many benefits to moving to an Assisted Living community – and some of them are surprising. Of course, the best known benefits are assistance with what are called the activities of daily living (such as bathing, dressing and medication reminders), a full calendar of events and three daily meals. Often Assisted Living settings are good places for family members and friends to drop in to participate in activities or meals. What is surprising is that Assisted Living communities are also places of discovery for many new residents. Within their new social surroundings, many residents find new friends with similar interests and hobbies or perhaps different ones that they can learn about and take up. Many residents discover surprising new things about themselves.