Our COVID-19 Response

The global spread of the COVID-19 virus affects all of us. Each person. Every day. At Aegis Living, we’re in the business of caring for vulnerable seniors as we join the world to stop the spread of the virus all together. Because that’s what it will take. All of us. In the midst of our work to put safety first for residents, employees and families, our deeply experienced staff is committed to help keep residents safe and thriving. Through our strong partnerships with the CDC and local authorities, we’re combining our best-in-class protection practices with our creativity, ingenuity, and expertise to serve our residents and bring them joy despite this fluid and unprecedented situation. We hope to deliver peace of mind by providing consistent, open, and transparent communications. Plus, we will continue to share timely updates each week with families via email and the latest updates on this page.

Heroes Work Here

We are grateful for our staff, their creativity, dedication, and generosity to our residents and the communities we serve.

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Neighbors Helping Neighbors

When the John Muir Health, Walnut Creek Medical Center was short on hand sanitizer, our Pleasant Hill and Moraga communities were eager to help our local hospital…

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Newcastle Cares

The City of Newcastle, the Coal Creek Family YMCA, and Aegis Gardens partnered to help seniors in need during this challenging time.

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Heroes Work Here at Aegis Living

See what happens when one family’s heartfelt message honoring our teams inspires a movement shared by our leadership who spread the gratitude across the west coast.

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Seattle Seniors Strong is a combined effort by some of Seattle and King County’s most engaged companies. These charities and corporations realize that homebound and homeless seniors are one of the hardest hit groups during the Coronavirus pandemic. All efforts and proceeds go towards supporting the generation that raised us.

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