Clearwater Living Opens Clearwater at Sonoma Hills, an Assisted Living and Memory Support Community

ROHNERT PARK, Calif. - July 14, 2020 - PRLog -- Clearwater Living is proud to announce the opening of Clearwater at Sonoma Hills, a brand-new luxury assisted living and memory support community located in the heart of Rohnert Park, CA. Clearwater at Sonoma Hills has already welcomed its first residents into their new home.

The senior living community is conveniently situated in the Cotati neighborhood, near Sonoma State University, with easy access to the 101 freeway, numerous restaurants, and diverse entertainment venues.

"We are ecstatic to be offering seniors compassionate care, meaningful services, and engaging amenities with the opening of Clearwater at Sonoma Hills," said Danielle Morgan, President & Chief Operating Officer of Clearwater Living. "Our community was designed with a resident-centered approach to support an elevated living experience."

Clearwater at Sonoma Hills provides residents with access to the care they need now and as their needs change over time. Personalized care plans are developed for each resident with a holistic approach to achieving a healthy and balanced life. Residents can count on services including medication coordination, wellness visits with a licensed nurse, assistance with daily living activities, complimentary transportation, and 24-hour security to name a few.

Through Empowered Living, the lifestyle philosophy integrated at each Clearwater community, Clearwater at Sonoma Hills offers diverse programs, amenities, and events to encourage residents to find a balanced lifestyle. Empowered Living is designed to spark participation and curiosity through the six dimensions of living well – physically active, mentally stimulating, purpose & meaning in life, social engagement, environmental, and nourish mind & body. In addition, exceptional chef-prepared meals will be offered three times a day through Clearwater's signature Savor culinary program in the on-site restaurant, exhibition kitchen, outdoor dining area, or pub. Other high-end amenities include a theater & learning center, poker den, art studio, salon, fitness center, bocce ball and putting green.

The Clearbrook Memory Support neighborhood at Clearwater at Sonoma Hills provides specialized care for seniors with Alzheimer's or other forms of memory impairment. The neighborhood was specially designed with secured areas, easy-to-navigate spaces, and an adaptive atmosphere which fosters a sense of pride and independence for residents of all abilities.

With 94 well-appointed assisted living and memory support apartments, residents can select the floor plan that best fits their lifestyle whether it is a studio, alcove, one bedroom, two bedroom, private or shared apartment. Utilities, maintenance, housekeeping, laundry service and emergency call response are all included in the monthly apartment rate.

In response to COVID-19, Clearwater at Sonoma Hills has additional protocols in place to protect the health and well-being of residents. These precautionary measures are based on the most current information and recommendations from the CDC, California Department of Social Services and local public health officials.

To learn more call 707-710-7385 or visit


Clearwater Living is committed to providing the most superior customer service and living experiences that celebrate individual relevance, from our residents and their families to our family of associates. Clearwater is growing through strategic acquisitions, development and operational management of senior living communities throughout the western United States. Every Clearwater Living community includes cutting-edge technologies and care practices that improve the daily lives of residents. To learn more about Clearwater Living, visit

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