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Yuma Senior Living Announces Grand Opening

YUMA, AZ–Yuma Senior Living announces its grand opening after a major renovation and expansion of both its independent and assisted living facilities.

Extensive work was completed on an expansion of its dining facility to allow additional year round patio dining. Improvements throughout the community include a dedicated dog park and recreation area, a completely new courtyard landscape design throughout the community with water features, gardens, a fitness and rehabilitation facility, bocce ball court and more than 10,000 square feet of additional green spaces for residents.

The remodeled facility is now the largest in the City of Yuma and is located at 2600 South 4th Avenue, Yuma, AZ. The community provides a personalized approach to care in 151 private apartments for both independent and assisted care residents, with easy access to several nearby health care facilities, including Yuma Regional Medical Center.

Yuma Senior Living’s flexible rental program offers senior apartments on a month to month basis with no contracts or community fees—a unique benefit for seniors and their families.

Yuma Senior Living was acquired by new ownership in 2018 with a vision of transforming the community through a major renovation and a new program of courtyard senior living that integrates outdoor activities and experiences into the daily lives of its residents. The additional facilities and amenities are all designed to allow residents more options depending on their interests—consistent with the stated mission of providing the best personalized care to residents.

“At Yuma Senior Living, we do everything we can to make our residents feel like they are part of our family—even providing their families with rooms and meals when they come to visit and welcoming residents’ pets as if they were our own,” said Anna Wilson, director of marketing. “Regardless of who you are, we are committed to making our residents and their families feel like they have found a home.”