Welcome to HighPointe Assisted Living and Memory Care
Senior Living in Denver, CO
Stunning mountain and city views can be seen from the newest senior living community in Southeast Denver. HighPointe Assisted Living and Memory Care recently opened on the northeast corner of I-25 and Hampton Avenue, so it is conveniently located with easy access to the Denver metro area, Cherry Creek shopping district, and is central to everything.
HighPointe was built with state-of-the-art amenities and is beautifully appointed. The apartments are spacious and there are several floor plans to choose from – studio, one and two bedroom options. The community has a wellness center, theater, stunning fourth floor community room, dining room, bistro, library and beauty salon. It is a luxurious community for seniors and there is no buy in fee. The rent is month-to-month and all the amenities, including transportation, is included in the rent. At Your Servicesm is the concierge service also provided where literally, all a resident has to do is pick up the phone, and the concierge is at their service.
The dining room serves delicious, chef-prepared meals in a restaurant style setting throughout the day. There is also a private dining room for special occasions or private family dinners.
HighPointe caters to seniors who need assistance in their daily lives or struggle with Alzheimer’s or dementia. The staff at HighPointe is highly trained with 20 years of experience and they are available 24 hours a day. HighPointe offers a unique program called The Resident’s Clubsm for seniors at the beginning stages of dementia who do not yet need a secure memory care environment but do need more structure than the independence of assisted living.
HighPointe is committed to helping residents continue living life with purpose. The Memory Care program is dedicated to serving the special needs of individuals with Alzheimer’s and dementia through services and activities designed for individuals through each stage of care. Individuals working with Alzheimer's and dementia residents must have compassion and understanding. The staff is carefully selected and trained to manage the challenges associated with dementia and to create a safe environment that promotes dignity and privacy for our memory care residents.