Sage Living to benefit from Orsetto special this month

JACKSON, Wyo. — During the month of November, Orsetto’s off-season special, buy one entrée get the second for $2, will benefit Sage Living, the new long-term care community being constructed on the St. John’s campus. This home for seniors will offer long-term skilled nursing, memory care, acute rehabilitation, and hospice services.

Accommodating 72 residents, Sage Living will offer important life-enriching resident programs, activities, medical support, and comfort for seniors. The new Sage Living is configured in home-like “neighborhoods,” in contrast to the medical-model design of the current Living Center. It even includes a “Town Hall,” offering spaces for residents to visit with family and friends and to participate with the community in activities that they enjoy, such as lectures, wellness programs, music, arts performances, and socializing.

In addition, it will provide spaces and programming for Memory Care and Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation, vital services not previously available in the Jackson Hole area. The Memory Care neighborhood will provide nursing care, specialty care, and a safe and supportive environment for residents with memory problems, including advancing dementia and Alzheimer’s.

A dedicated unit for Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation, built to hospital-grade requirements, will provide physician and therapy services (intensive physical, speech, and occupational therapies) in collaboration with 24/7 nursing care for individuals who have experienced stroke, traumatic injury, burns, surgeries, or debilitating conditions such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and congestive heart failure.

So if you’re looking for a meal this off-season, enjoy one you can really feel good about, thanks to Orsetto.

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