Tribute is a place of discovery designed and built by a team of researchers and developers who have focused not only on research, but on life development and enrichment. Tribute’s focus is proactively incorporating the latest research findings into all our programs with the goal of reducing and where possible, reversing the effects of aging and decline. We accomplish this through a combination of interventions and specialty staff that you will not find in the other senior living communities.
Find out how we utilize nutrition, exercise, brain fitness and inflammation reduction to transform lives.
Tribute is the passion project of renowned architect Charles Hodges, based on his own experience with his father’s journey through dementia. Charles embarked on a 4-year journey of researching the best practices and cutting-edge programming, along with creating an amazing building designed to support the needs of our residents. Then he assembled a world class team of operational and research experts to bring the vision to real life. The result is Tribute Senior Living.
We offer many opportunities for health, fun and learning. Please see our Approach page for information about Tribute’s approach to care and specialty staff. Check out our pages under the Lifestyle tab to learn more about the community, intervention programs, amenities and fight club.
Tribute offers many wonderful options and opportunities to thrive, and we partner with other professionals in areas where we need additional expertise. These partners can assist you in your current situation or when your loved one comes to live in our community.
Many times, it is difficult to know if your loved one should live in assisted living or memory care. In some cases, neither seems quite right and we offer the perfect solution for that as well. Tribute offers quality care, engagement, and fitness for each of our senior living options, Assisted Living, Memory Care and even Enhanced Assisted Living for those who may be somewhere in between. Contact us today to ask questions, get a complimentary assessment or to visit the community to see for yourself which option would be best for your loved one.