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The Vista at CC Young receives Design for Aging Review Special Recognition

 The Vista at CC Young has received Special Recognition in the AIA’s Design for Aging Review Awards program. The recipients of the Design for Aging Review Award represent conscientious design solutions that advance environments for seniors to call home. The Vista is comprised of 59 assisted living apartments, 32 assisted living memory support apartments, 96 skilled nursing apartments, 32 rehabilitation apartments, and an Adult Day Stay center. Amenities include a spa, grand hall, wellness, and therapy center featuring an indoor therapy pool, multiple venues for dining, gift shop, a large staff training center, multipurpose/community center, and administrative offices.

The Vista represents a new, forward-thinking concept in the Senior Living/Senior Care industry. The floors and households are innovatively designed, constructed, and licensed to the highest standard of care that can be transitioned to other levels of care as needed to serve the community as demographics change over time. Currently, the residential floors are designated to provide assisted living on the third, fourth and ninth floors. The fourth floor also has an assisted living memory support neighborhood that is replicated on the fifth floor. Floors six and seven are currently designated skilled nursing with a neighborhood dedicated to skilled nursing memory support for advanced dementia residents. The eighth floor serves the short term stay rehabilitation and features a smaller, private therapy gym.