Two Mesa senior living communities have been highlighted by U.S. News & World Report for providing exceptional care for seniors in 2023-24.
Inspira Gateway, 4533 E. Banner Gateway Drive, was recognized as a Best Independent and Best Assisted Living Community. ACOYA Mesa, 6502 E. Brown Road in Mesa, was recognized as a Best Independent Living Community.
Both properties are part of the Cogir Family of communities. Cadence Chandler, 100 W. Queen Creek Road in Chandler, another Cogir property, won as a Best Independent and Best Assisted Living Community. For information, go to cogirseniorliving.com
U.S. News and World Report’s ratings offer a look at the best senior living communities across the U.S. to assist older adults and their loved ones when researching and choosing the right senior living community for them, according to a release.
For 2023-24 Best Senior Living, U. S. News rated each community on several criteria, including resident and family members’ satisfaction with safety, care, community management and staff, value, and other services and amenities provided by the community.
“Cogir is delighted and humbled to have three of its Greater Phoenix communities recognized by the U.S. News and World Report in the 2023-24 Best Senior Living,” Executive Vice President of Operations Tracy Colburn said in the release. “Our communities offer beautiful residences, luxurious amenities, holistic programming, and engaging activities. Our teams are committed to nurturing our residents’ physical, emotional, mental and social well-being so they can live their lives to the fullest.”
U.S. News evaluated nearly 4,000 communities in one or more of the following categories: independent living, assisted living, memory care and continuing care retirement. U.S. News awards the designation of Best Senior Living only to those communities that satisfy U.S. News’ statistical assessment of performance on consumer satisfaction surveys administered between April 2022 and November 2022, reflecting the viewpoints of more than 200,000 current residents and family members of residents living in thousands of senior living communities nationwide.
“For the second consecutive year, U.S. News is providing indepth information to help potential residents and their loved ones find the best place to help meet their needs,” Sumita Singh, senior vice president and general manager of health care at U.S. News, said in the release. “Communities that are highly rated excel in making residents feel safe, well cared for and highly satisfied by the services provided.”
For more information on the U.S. News Best Senior Living, go to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram using #BestSeniorLiving.