Bright Oaks of Aurora could be as unique a facility as the program that helped bring it here.
The 53,432-square-foot facility at 1340 River St. will offer 24 memory care and 36 assisted living apartments. But Nader Kameli, Bright Oaks chief executive officer, insists a new concept in assisted living, developed after he visited more than 100 assisted living and memory care communities, will make Bright Oaks different.
"We reject the notion that when people age they're no longer active and productive — that all they want is to eat, be entertained, and sleep," he writes on the Bright Oaks website. "We believe that all people possess energy, intelligence and potential. As aging occurs, it might be necessary to adjust to physical changes, but life can still be new and lively if we're encouraged to grow."
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