Waltonwood Lake Boone Launches Partnership With Bayada Home Health Care

August 10, 2018

Waltonwood Lake Boone (a premier senior living community in Raleigh) is excited to announce its recent partnership with BAYADA Home Health Care. The organization will bring more than 43 years of compassion, excellence and reliability in home health care to Waltonwood Lake Boone residents. The partnership will allow the senior living community to provide additional resources for independent living residents, including skilled and specialized nurses, therapists and other health care professionals. BAYADA will have staff on-site as needed and an outpatient gym for residents to utilize. BAYADA will work together with other health care professionals already on the community’s team to meet the residents’ needs.

 

Waltonwood Lake Boone went through a lengthy interview process before selecting BAYADA as its partner. The senior living community (located at 3550 Horton Street) will have 121 independent living apartments, 39 assisted living apartments and 23 memory care apartments. The community is currently under construction and expected to open later this summer. 

 

“BAYADA has a strong reputation in the senior living industry, and they align with our brand and mission to redefine senior living,” said Allison O’Shea, executive director of Lake Boone. “The organization provides the medical component for our independent living residents and will have a staff at the community. If a resident comes back from the doctor and needs physical or occupational therapy, they won’t have to leave the comfort of their home to receive the service. BAYADA has the residents’ best interest in mind and will contribute to our fantastic team. Waltonwood Lake Boone and BAYADA both strive to provide a wonderful and safe life for residents, and I know we chose the right partner. We hope to include additional services for all residents in the future.”

 

“We are proud to partner with Waltonwood Lake Boone, which shares a similar mission and values to ours – to enable people to live safely at home with compassion, excellence, and reliability,” said David Baiada, CEO of BAYADA. “Together with the Lake Boone team, we’ll focus on delivering recovery and preventive care services that help reduce hospitalizations while improving residents’ quality of life. Our quality care services delivered by highly trained and experienced clinicians will help residents continue to live safely and independently in their community, where they want to be. We look forward to a successful care partnership with Lake Boone.”

 

 

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