Antioch, California (EastBayDaily) — Cypress Meadows, a senior assisted living community in Antioch, California, has announced that it has added a number of additional benefits to joining the community as a resident. The community, which is owned and operated by Dr. Vincent Malfitano, has won numerous awards for the services it offers, including the 2013 Excellence Award from Senior Advisor. In fact, Cypress Meadows is the only award-winning facility in the area and is the longest standing facility of its kind in Contra Costa County.
The benefits of joining the Cypress Meadows senior assisted living community are many, including access to professionally trained staff on a 24-hour per day basis. The community also utilizes a state-of-the-art medical response system in the event of an emergency, and is equipped to handle Alzheimer’s or Dementia care in an environment that is very comfortable and home-like.
Residents are also able to benefit from a complete wellness program, along with ongoing access to assessment and care management. The community is situated on a 10-acre meadow and provides convenient access to Sutter Delta Hospital, along with shopping and doctors’ offices. The many benefits and the convenience afforded by the location are just some of the reasons why Cypress Meadows is such a highly regarded facility.
Residents and their families often comment on the care and compassion that is provided by the staff, frequently noting that there is very little staff turnover. Dr. Vince Malfitano attributes the lack of staff turnover to the commitment and passion each staff member feels toward the residents, and this culture is often in turn attributed to the efforts and example of Vincent Malfitano.
“We want our residents to feel comfortable and at ease within our community,” said Vince Malfitano. “We are very fortunate to have such a passionate staff that works so hard to create a welcoming atmosphere in which our residents can enjoy the many comforts and amenities we offer here. It brings us a great deal of joy to know that our residents truly enjoy living here, and that their families enjoy visiting and are pleased with the community we have created."