Innovating Difference

PinPoint Senior Living provides innovative communities that enhance the lives of seniors. Whether through state-of-the-art technology, industry-leading programming, and community involvement, PinPoint Senior Living residents participate in a meaningful Connected, Active, and Purposeful life.

Connected

Isolation and loneliness are directly linked to quicker cognitive decline and a higher risk of mortality. Seniors who are isolated are more likely to suffer from poor physical and mental health, and are vulnerable to scams and abuse.

Senior-Friendly Tablets

Tablets allow residents to stay connected to friends and family, as well as doctors and other vital resources.

Nurse Call

Residents use a pendant or pull cord to instantly alert and request care from the community’s on-staff nurse.

Smart Sensor Technology

Smart sensor technology throughout our communities learn the physical and behavioral patterns of our residents, alerting the staff if there are any changes in typical behavior. It's like having a caregiver in the room with you!

Resident Care Platform

This innovative platform plans and documents all aspects of resident care, empowering our caregivers to give the best care possible, while keeping staff accountable and helping to manage care resources effectively

Telemedicine

Video-based telemedicine solutions quickly and directly connect residents to the medical community, eliminating unnecessary trips to the doctor.

Active

Seniors who exercise very little (or not at all) experience a decline in functional strength, are more likely to lose their balance and fall, and are at a greater risk for cognitive decline, high blood pressure, obesity, diabetes and other ailments.

Exercise

Based on research that shows seniors are more likely to exercise in a group setting, this specially designed senior-friendly equipment adjusts automatically to the individual strength of each resident, increasing resistance over time so residents can actually "see" themselves becoming stronger.

Fitness Bands

Fitness bands encourage residents to increase activity levels and movement while monitoring sleep patterns so our staff can intervene if needed to help promote a healthy lifestyle.

Interactive Gaming

We know that competition breeds activity. Therefore, our interactive gaming and motion capture technology encourages physical activity and allows communities to compete against each other in simple, senior-friendly games, including virtual bowling and golf.

Purposeful

Human beings are wired to nurture and love. In our senior years, it is essential to wake up each day with a sense of purpose. Longevity, health and happiness are directly linked to living a purposeful life.

Gardening

Residents provide a harvest to other residents, as well as local civic, school and non-profit organizations.

Events

Stimulating programs are scheduled throughout each month. Events provide opportunities for socializing, engagement and ongoing education.

Community

Based on individual ability, residents are encouraged to volunteer with the community, including non-profits, police and fire departments, Boy and Girl Scouts of America, Alzheimer's Association, and other civic organizations.

Safety

According to some estimates, one in five seniors, in any senior housing community, are victims of abuse, neglect and theft. Poor security, resident abuse, and lack of a reliable safety alert system are major hazards in assisted living communities and memory care.

RFID Door Locks

Each RFID apartment door lock can be easily opened by the resident, and maintains an accurate record of who enters and leaves the room.

Video Cameras

Video cameras located throughout each community monitor the safety of residents and ensure the staff is performing up to expectations.

Sign-in Kiosk

A digital sign-in kiosk in each community screens and verifies all visiting third-party vendors and service providers.

Connected

Isolation and loneliness are directly linked to quicker cognitive decline and a higher risk of mortality. Seniors who are isolated are more likely to suffer from poor physical and mental health, and are vulnerable to scams and abuse.

Tablets allow residents to stay connected to friends and family, as well as doctors and other vital resources.
This innovative platform plans and documents all aspects of resident care, empowering our caregivers to give the best care possible, while keeping staff accountable and helping to manage care resources effectively
Smart sensor technology throughout our communities learn the physical and behavioral patterns of our residents, alerting the staff if there are any changes in typical behavior. It's like having a caregiver in the room with you!
Video-based telemedicine solutions quickly and directly connect residents to the medical community, eliminating unnecessary trips to the doctor.
Residents use a pendant or pull cord to instantly alert and request care from the community’s on-staff nurse.

Active

Seniors who exercise very little (or not at all) experience a decline in functional strength, are more likely to lose their balance and fall, and are at a greater risk for cognitive decline, high blood pressure, obesity, diabetes and other ailments.

Based on research that shows seniors are more likely to exercise in a group setting, this specially designed senior-friendly equipment adjusts automatically to the individual strength of each resident, increasing resistance over time so residents can actually "see" themselves becoming stronger.
Fitness bands encourage residents to increase activity levels and movement while monitoring sleep patterns so our staff can intervene if needed to help promote a healthy lifestyle.
We know that competition breeds activity. Therefore, our Interactive gaming and motion capture technology encourages physical activity and allows communities to compete against each other in simple, senior-friendly games, including virtual bowling and golf.

Purposeful

Human beings are wired to nurture and love. In our senior years, it is essential to wake up each day with a sense of purpose. Longevity, health and happiness are directly linked to living a purposeful life.

Residents provide a harvest to other residents, as well as local civic, school and non-profit organizations.
Stimulating programs are scheduled throughout each month. Events provide opportunities for socializing, engagement and ongoing education.
Based on individual ability, residents are encouraged to volunteer with the community, including non-profits, police and fire departments, Boy and Girl Scouts of America, Alzheimer's Association, and other civic organizations.

Safety

According to some estimates, one in five seniors, in any senior housing community, are victims of abuse, neglect and theft. Poor security, resident abuse, and lack of a reliable safety alert system are major hazards in assisted living communities and memory care.

Each RFID apartment door lock can be easily opened by the resident, and maintains an accurate record of who enters and leaves the room.
Video cameras located throughout each community monitor the safety of residents and ensure the staff is performing up to expectations.
A digital sign-in kiosk in each community screens and verifies all visiting third-party vendors and service providers.