INTERGENERATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES AT
ATIVO SENIOR LIVING OF PRESCOTT VALLEY
Ativo Senior Living of Prescott Valley offers residents a new approach to senior living. Our senior living community believes in the importance of intergenerational exchange. In partnership with local schools and clubs, we provide countless opportunities for our residents and children from the community to both teach and learn from each other through a wide range of activities. Residents are encouraged to invite their grandchildren, great-grandchildren or other family to take part in the program.
Experience more, do what you love. When you live in the Independent Living of Ativo Prescott Valley, you can make the good things in life your priority. Enjoy your preferred dining, choose your activities, spend time with friends and family, discover a new passion, and create your carefree lifestyle as part of our Ativo family in an active, vibrant independent living community.
Let us handle the small, everyday details like housekeeping and maintenance while you make the most of every moment. At Ativo Senior Living of Prescott Valley, we encourage your independence with services to help ensure your total wellness.
We believe our residents have so much to give – a lifetime of skills and experiences to share with younger members of the greater Prescott Valley community. Ativo Senior Living of Prescott Valley has many multi-use spaces designed to encourage residents and children to engage in a variety of meaningful activities with each other. From painting classes to singing and gardening, our community spaces inspire intergenerational interactions that leave residents and children alike with profound, lasting impressions.
Residents who pass along their knowledge to the future generation develop a deep sense of satisfaction and fulfillment. At the same time, youthful perspectives allow our residents to continue to learn and grow on their journey. By closing the generational gap, our residents help to build a brighter future for the next generation.
*Some programs may be changed to comply with local, state, or federal regulations to respond to the current pandemic.