When I began developing The Rosemount, I wanted to create a community where everyone felt welcome, cared for and engaged the instant they arrived. That means being greeted warmly by staff members who are passionate about the people they serve, surroundings that feel like home and activities that make life fun—while sparking your interest and curiosity.
Community is also about connections. I’m also excited about the connection between The Rosemount and those who live, work or go to school nearby.
To me, The Rosemount is about community within and outside of its walls, including connections to the arts, schools, parks, the local library and more. We have worked to create an environment that connects residents to all the wider community has to offer.
In addition to apartment homes at The Rosemount, residents can enjoy a range of amenities including a fitness room, beauty salon, lounge area, outdoor spaces including a memory care garden, a children’s play area, multipurpose event room, onsite library and more. This is my vision of what The Rosemount should be—based on leaders in eldercare as well as families and older adults I have met in our community.
I am thrilled to welcome you to The Rosemount and honored to share your journey.