Guide for relocation to Steamboat Springs, CO

Casey’s Pond Senior Living Center running strong

If you relocate to Steamboat Springs, you can stay a long, long time.

Just a year after opening its doors in Steamboat Springs, Casey’s Pond Senior Living Center, a 117,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art community, is providing an upscale senior residence to those living independently or needing assisted living, memory care or skilled nursing. Located near the south entrance to the city, the center, developed and managed by Colorado-based Pearl Senior Living, offers four types of senior living, including a collection of one- and two-bedroom apartments, or villas, as well as more assisted living suites.

In all, it can house approximately 150 residents across four levels of care, served by 120 full-time employees for a nearly one-to-one staff to member ratio.

“The addition of the Casey’s Pond Senior Living campus to Routt County is truly fantastic,” Marketing Director Kelly Ornberg says. “Our focus is wellness and active longevity in a beautiful environment, with our team providing personalized services, catered living and compassionate care.”

As well as lodging, fees include a range of services, meals and activities, including the use of a business center, coffee/tea stations, full-service mailing center, shuttles, housekeeping, utilities, cable TV, wireless Internet, salon and wellness, and fitness and nutrition programs. In addition, the existing skilled nursing facility, the Doak Walker Care Center also has moved from Yampa Valley Medical Center into Casey’s Pond. The new Doak Walker House offers levels of privacy and a more residential feel than it was able to at YVMC.

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