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Our philosophy of service at Courtyard at Jamestown Assisted Living in Provo, Utah is that Independent and Assisted Living encourages an active and free senior lifestyle that supports resident's privacy and dignity. Our senior apartments are considered the largest and most spacious in Provo. Courtyard at Jamestown provides Independent Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care services. Our community environment is rich in daily activities, with all day restaurant-style dining, graciously appointed interiors and apartment styles. Our senior housing and Assisted Living environment provides full-service senior living with resort-style amenities in the heart of Utah, serving Provo, Orem, Lindon, Pleasant Grove, Springville, Mapleton, Palmyra, Spanish Fork and surrounding communities. Come see for yourself.
If you or your loved one is looking for a safe place to call home that also offers resort-style amenities, The Courtyard at Jamestown may be the perfect fit.
Courtyard at Jamestown has been serving Utah County since 1999. Some of the employees have been with Jamestown from almost the beginning - including the Executive Director, the Food Services Director and the Activity Director. The rest of the administrative staff have been in the industry for many years. It truly makes a difference to have an experienced team.
Jamestown has Sunday worship services for Church of Jesus Christ and non-denominational residents. There is a Church of Jesus Christ branch right in the community. The residents can also attend a weekly bible study, Come Follow Me study and trip to the Provo Temple. Jamestown even has its own Family History Room with computers and instruction.
The activity calendar at Jamestown is full with a wide variety of activities and entertainment everyday from an exercise classes to scenic drives. There is something for everyone. The residents are involved in the community as some have helped the homeless who were transitioning into society and made carves and hats for those families who had children with congenital heart disease. They have put together kits for stillborn babies’ families and stuffed backpacks for “Tabitha’s Way” and “Lifting Hands International”. They have also made refugee kits for “Lifting Hands”, and birthday boxes for lower income children.