Involvement in the community and remaining independent as long as possible are the keys to a happy retirement. Regency on Whidbey offers the independence you want and the quality of care you need.
Regency’s motto is “bringing independence to living and quality to life.” And that applies to their independent-living retirement cottages, assisted living community and memory care residence.
“Our focus is on wellness and keeping residents as independent as possible,” says Teri Mendiola, Regency on Whidbey’s community relations director. “If a resident experiences changes in his or her health, they can remain in the community and move from our independent living cottages to an assisted living apartment, and to our memory care residence if needed.”
“We participate in the community by sponsoring events like Holland Happening, Fourth of July, Crab Cakes & Cocktails, Hydros for Heroes, Oak Harbor Music Festival, Military Appreciation Picnic and the Veterans parade,” Teri says. “We also attend the chamber luncheon every month.”
Open house, activities celebrate National Assisted Living Week
To honor their staff and residents, Regency on Whidbey will celebrate National Assisted Living Week from Sept. 9 to 15 with activities throughout. They’ll also have an OPEN HOUSE for the community on Tuesday, Sept. 10 from 4 to 6 p.m. “We invite Whidbey Island community members to visit our beautiful Regency on Whidbey Community,” Teri says.
Their philosophy is “no matter the age, physical condition or mental acuity, the human spirit thrives on personal growth and fulfillment.” Through their integrated approach to care, the staff promote independence, provide high quality nursing care, provide stimulating activities and community involvement and serve delicious nutritious meals. Their collaboration in care allows residents to enjoy a satisfying and enriched retirement.
“We provide the perfect alternative to seniors who can no longer live at home,” Teri says, inviting families to find out more. “Give us a call, come and have lunch and tour the community. Come see our beautiful community and the high-quality care we can provide your loved ones.”