The dining area at LivGenerations Ahwatukee in Phoenix. (Photo by Mark Boisclair Photography, Inc.)

      TEMPE, ARIZONA (August 31, 2020) – “Communities built on caring” comprises more than just a slogan at the three LivGenerations senior living, independent living, assisted living and memory care communities in the Valley.

Keeping residents well and safe during the COVID-19 pandemic is priority No. 1 at LivGenerations Pinnacle Peak, Ahwatukee and Gilbert. From a wide variety of daily care to sponsoring Mother’s Day and Father’s Day drive-through parades, LivGenerations is keeping its residents well, safe and engaged by:

  • Virtual classes and events;
  • Meal delivery as well as social distancing fine dining;
  • Grocery shopping/delivery;
  • Temperature checks regularly;
  • Masks being worn at all times;
  • Wireless 24/7 emergency call system
  • Designated telecommunication room for resident physician appointments;
  • Dedicated task force committed to following the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and senior living guidelines.

“Scrolling through resident surveys recently, I found a positive and sincere comment from LivGenerations Pinnacle Peak that truly resonated with me,” said Sonya Paterno, Regional Director of Sales for LivGenerations. “The comment read:

I will applaud the effort everyone has put in for us to get through this and the creativity used for virtual activities offered. This has been a once-in-a-lifetime event for all of us and the friendly, upbeat and reassuring attitude from all personnel has made a positive difference.”

LivGenerations has also received kudos from public health officials as it continues to keep its residents safe from the virus. LivGenerations Ahwatukee reached 1+ month (two full incubation timeframes for COVID-19) without transmission, according to Director of Clinical Services Belinda Radder.

        “We truly appreciate all of your partnership throughout this exposure and we would ask that you remain vigilant in your infection control actions as COVID-19 continues to spread in our community,” wrote Kasey Busick, MPH, Epidemiology Data Analyst, Maricopa County Health. “Thank you for all of your hard work.”

LivGenerations Pinnacle Peak is a 110-unit independent living, assisted living and memory care apartment community. It opened in February at 23733 N. Scottsdale Road, in Scottsdale. Liv Communities has two additional senior living communities in the Valley.

LivGenerations Ahwatukee is a senior living, independent living, assisted living and memory care community at 15815 S. 50th St., in Phoenix, with 137 residents. Liv Generations Agritopia is an independent living, assisted living, memory care and respite care community at 2811 E. Agritopia Loop S, in Gilbert.

Last year LivGenerations Ahwatukee embarked on a partnership with the National Charity League, Inc., a non-profit organization that fosters mother-daughter relationships in a philanthropic manner committed to community service, leadership development and cultural experiences.

The Mother’s Day drive-through parade was a successful event. It was followed by a Father’s Day drive-through parade in June. In September, LivGenerations will celebrate a Grandparent’s Day event.

About Liv Communities

Liv Communities helps people live fuller lives by developing, owning and operating luxury residential communities through their Liv multifamily and LivGenerations senior living brands. In addition to providing prime locations, premium finishes, inspired designs, and resort-style amenities, Liv Communities provides extensive opportunities for residents and team members to engage in community activities and with each other that ultimately results in their staying longer and referring others to join them. For information visit