Make every day new.
Park Place at Winghaven is the senior living community that believes the ultimate luxury is being empowered to greet every day as a new opportunity to something amazing. You’ve built your life by challenging yourself to always reach farther and aim higher. And we’re committed to making sure you don’t stop now. Whether you live in independent living, assisted living or our memory care neighborhood, we’ll bring fresh possibilities, new ideas and groundbreaking luxury to every single experience you have. We’ve thought of everything, so you can do practically anything.
Each of us has our own idea of what independent living should ideally look and feel like. The beauty of Park Place at Winghaven is that it’s expansive enough, open enough and luxurious enough to be exactly what you want it to be.
The same qualities that make Park Place such an exceptional independent living community make it your finest choice for assisted living and memory care too. Our goal is to make assisted living and memory care feel as close to independent living as possible, but with the added luxury of compassionate and respectful support.
Valeo™ Memory Care
Our Valeo memory care neighborhood is personalized for individual residents and designed to engage every aspect of their well-being. We’ll not only immerse ourselves in their past but work closely with you too. It’s only by having a complete picture that we can offer the most complete care.
Valeo™ Signature Programs
Valeo’s holistic signature memory care programs are built on a personalized approach that honors your legacy and lifestyle, creates opportunities for engagement and encourages and enhances moments of joy and pleasure into each day.
Park Place believes in whole-person wellness, empowering you to live your best life. Here, you’ll flourish in a supportive environment that is focused on your physical, social, intellectual and spiritual well-being.
O’Fallon, MO Retirement Community FAQs
What is a retirement community?
A retirement community brings together older adults in a safe, convenient campus designed for their needs. Individuals usually have a choice in apartment or townhouse floor plans, as well as an array of other services. Often this includes home maintenance, security monitoring and housekeeping.
In addition, retirement communities encourage whole-person wellness, including amenities that support physical, social and intellectual dimensions. For example, communities may offer a robust calendar of social events and activities. Some may also provide key services such as healthcare, dining, transportation, a fitness center, clubhouse and more.
Who can join a retirement community?
These communities are intended for adults to reimagine retirement on their own terms. Individuals at any stage of senior living can reap the benefits of retirement living – whether you’re looking to engage with a large community of peers, take advantage of nearby amenities or simply shed the burden of home chores.
Why join a retirement community?
Many older adults join retirement communities to live fully as they age. You can feel safe within a secure community of peers. With a zero-maintenance lifestyle, you can also free up your time to pursue your interests and enjoy new experiences. At our O'Fallon, MO retirement community, you’ll have access to everything you need under one roof.
What type of care is offered at a retirement community?
At Park Place, individuals don't have to worry as their care needs evolve. We offer assisted living and memory care, so you can stay in the comfort of your home at Park Place – no matter your health situation.
How much does it cost to live in a retirement community?
The cost of living varies widely depending on the location, housing floor plans and available amenities. Be sure to contact your preferred community to get full vision in pricing. Our independent living starts at $3,450 per month with a suite of all-included deluxe amenities. In addition, our assisted living starts at $5,550 per month and our memory care at $5,675 per month.
Is a retirement community the same as a nursing home?
No, a retirement community has a very distinct care focus compared to a nursing home. Nursing home residents are recovering from an illness or injury. They require 24/7 specialized care, including medical care, assistance with daily tasks, medication management and other key amenities such as dining and laundry. Since residents require all-day guidance, few recreational or social activities are planned.
In contrast, a retirement community elevates the individual by providing convenient onsite amenities. Older adults can pursue their interests through personalized fitness classes, educational programming, a spa, a theater, a game room, a library and more.