With so many senior living options to choose from, it can often be a stressful and confusing process to identify the best community for an aging loved one. Utah Assisted Living Association is here to help answer some of your most frequently asked questions.

“I think what makes assisted living communities a special place is it’s a home. We are guests in their home, yet we can provide a safer, fun, and dignified experience for our residents in their home."

Utah Assisted Living Association member community image of staff and resident embracing

There are so many things to consider when looking for a senior living home for your loved one. When visiting an assisted living community, be prepared with questions. The staff are happy to help you navigate this big decision.

"I often tell future employees while hiring them that I will offer them a gift; this gift is working with seniors."

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Whether it’s through the support that UALA provides, the personal relationships fostered, or the exciting activities affectionately planned, the people at The Ridge are truly making an impact on the assisted residents they serve.

Rodney Washburn

Utah Assisted Living Association Treasurer, Rodney Washburn, has been dedicated to Assisted Living for over two decades.

Assisted Living community festivities

Within UALA’s communities, there are big hearts and strong relationships.

Assisted Living residents excited to reconnect with loved ones again

The Utah Assisted Living Association (UALA) is excited to see residents reconnecting with their loved ones once again, safely.

The Ridge Foothill Assisted Living Residents Enjoy a Walk Outdoors

Choosing the right assisted living community is an important decision. The Utah Assisted Living Association (UALA) is ready to help answer any questions to help guide families through the process.

Joyful Assisted Living Resident Holds Grandchild

The efforts of UALA and assisted living communities around the state, combined with the number of vaccinated residents, have made these communities safer than ever through close monitoring and daily testing.