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Sagewood at Daybreak

11289 South Oakmond Road, South Jordan, UT 84009

(855) 944-5257 (Caring Family Advisor™)

4.64

(34 reviews)

Offers Memory Care, Assisted Living, and Independent Living
Top rated on Caring.com

2023

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South Jordan, Utah 84009


4.7

(34 reviews)


Bedroom Type

one bedroom apartment, two bedroom apartment, studio


Starting Price

$3,600/mo



Care Types

Memory Care, Assisted Living, Independent Living

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South Jordan, Utah 84009



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Costs for Sagewood at Daybreak in South Jordan, Utah

Memory Care

Memory Care is specifically designed to meet the needs of those with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia. Specially trained staff members assist with activities of daily living (such as bathing and dressing) and provide therapies to slow further loss of cognitive abilities.

$4,250

Starting Price

Assisted Living

This level of care provides support for those who need help with personal care needs such as cleaning, bathing, and dressing. Residents selecting this level of care are treated to many amenities in a home-like atmosphere, while getting support in their daily lives.

$3,600

Starting Price

Independent Living

Independent Living is for those who desire the feel of a private residence with the amenities and activities available in a planned community, such as fitness classes, game nights, and group excursions. Services such as cleaning and groundskeeping are often available.

$3,899

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Reviews of Sagewood at Daybreak in South Jordan, Utah

4.64

(34 reviews)

  • Facility

    4.9

  • Staff

    4.9

  • Food

    5.0

  • Activities

    5.0

  • Value

    4.5

Top rated on Caring.com

2023

M. Larsen

5

May 14, 2023

I visited this facility

Sagewood at Daybreak is split between independent and assisted living, but they share common areas. It's a lot bigger than the other places I've gone to. Their max capacity is like 200 people. They have a swimming pool, a craft room, an art room, and three different courtyards. It's like the elite of all the places they went to, and you pay for it because it was like $1000 more than the other places. They said they had two to three months wait to get in, so it's popular and I can see why because it was nice. It was a nice facility; I was very impressed. The staff were great. They were awesome. I didn't try their food, but they told me that every meal is like a restaurant-style, so they order it and it's made per person. They have a personal chef that makes everything to order.

Margarita

5

February 3, 2023

I visited this facility

I toured Sagewood at Daybreak. I like it. The person who toured with me and a few workers who were there seemed nice. They seemed to be nice people, and they were taking care of everybody. The rooms were beautiful and very nice. The place looked really clean. They have different sizes of rooms. They have different common dining areas, too. One looks more like a cafeteria, and the other one is more like a restaurant. You choose if you want to be formal or informal. At that time, they were doing activities. They had some singing thing, and somebody was playing piano, and they had a workshop, and someone was doing some art.

Provider Response

Margarita, thank you for your kind review. I enjoyed meeting you and learning more about your friend and learning how you are assisting him. I appreciate your time and great questions. I hope that you find the best option and that if you choose Sagewood - know that he and you will be a part of our Sagewood family!

Lawana

5

November 26, 2022

I visited this facility

Sagewood at Daybreak was a great facility. I enjoyed it a lot. It had all the services that my mom needed, but it was a bit pricey. The staff who assisted me with the tour was Cathy, and she was great. They had studios and one-bedroom apartments. They had a macular degeneration group, which I thought was cool. It was quite different from what I've seen in other places. They didn't have exterior doors in the apartments that went out to the patio. They had to walk out through the main areas to get out.

Provider Response

Lawana, we’re so happy to hear you had a good experience. Have a wonderful day!

Donald

5

August 12, 2022

I visited this facility

We went to look at Sagewood at Daybreak. We got an overview of the entire facility, which is very impressive. The best thing about it is the way that the people interacted and how they all seemed happy. There were plenty of activities, and it was very inclusive. They've got everything you can think of, including a swimming pool and regular fitness classes. I can't imagine anyone not enjoying being able to be here. It's one of those circumstances where you feel welcome when you walk in the door.

William

5

June 19, 2022

I visited this facility

I toured Sagewood at Daybreak. That was good. We had a favorable impression because it was large. They had 200 units and it was almost full. It has only been there a few years, and we figured they must be doing something right to have 200 apartments and just about 100% of them are full. That stood out because they were the only facility where they had a swimming pool, so that was a big point in their favor. They did a real good job and they spent time with us and interviewed us as we interviewed them. The apartment was large and spacious. We liked the one-bedroom apartment that had a den. The dining room was large and clean. They had lots of activities. They had several classes going on. Somebody was giving a talk on something in one room, and they had a music class where somebody did a guitar, and it was just a small group. They had also a really large library, larger than any of the others we saw. We were impressed by it. The staff who gave me the tour was very good. As full as they were, she called us back a few days later and asked us how we liked it and she invited us to come back for lunch.

Jill

5

May 14, 2022

I visited this facility

We toured Sagewood at Daybreak. It's a very great facility. We did the memory care side. It's beautiful. They have a very welcoming entrance, and people were friendly. The facility was great. Everything was clean, and the rooms were very nice. They were having a dance-singing activity when we were there, and the people seemed to be really enjoying it. It wasn't mealtime, so I didn't see any food. I saw the dining area, and it was nice. The person who assisted me there was great, too.

Cindy

5

March 21, 2022

I visited this facility

Sagewood at Daybreak was nice, clean and we were impressed with it. The staff we met was super friendly, outgoing, and very helpful. The food was wonderful, we have lots of options to choose from and it tasted great. Their dining room was nice, it was large and it's like a restaurant so it's comfortable. They showed us the amenities, and they were really impressive. They've got a salon, fitness room, hot tub, and pool. Their rooms were a lot smaller than the other place. They were nice but smaller, and it was very well-kept and clean.

Elio

5

October 22, 2021

I visited this facility

Sagewood at Daybreak was a nice place. It looked like a 5-star hotel, but the price was like a 5-star hotel too, and it's out of my budget. The attention was pretty nice. The care and everything was awesome. They have memory care, assisted care, they had activities all day, all the days of the week, and different kinds of food. This place was awesome. If I can afford it, I'd put my mom there. It's just way too much money. When you enter the place, you first go to the assisted living, and then you go to the memory care, which is a more private place because they have people that need special care. I visited both and both looked awesome. There's also a pretty old lady playing the piano for everyone in the memory care. There's music on one of the corners. They were watching TV and having an explanation of how to change the channel or look for what they want to see on TV. There's a different kind of severity of the people in memory care, but everyone seemed happy and looking clean. It's a nice place. The staff was awesome. As soon as I got into the door, I saw my name saying, "Welcome (client's name)." Quickly, one of the staff approached me and asked me, gave me the tour, and explained everything. They gave me a tour of all the places, the kitchen, the dining room, the living room, and the patio. The lady that made the appointment with me was awesome. She also offered me to stay in contact if I need something even if I won't be able to put my mom there. Also, the guy that guided me through the tour was amazing. They gave me the calendar for activities and the diet for the week. They had activities that were out of the norm. They have activities hour by hour. This is a completely new building, and everything inside makes you feel warm like you are at home. It's a really elegant place. It's the place that I would put my mom, but I cannot afford that high price.

Cat_Lin

5

September 10, 2021

I visited this facility

I toured Sagewood at Daybreak for my mother. I liked the good communication. Before we went in and after, they just kept in touch with me. They seem like they knew what they were talking about and had concern. The staff were all very nice and helped out. The place was very clean and very nice. I thought that they had a gym and some other day activity. It's close to my home and it is very close to a hospital.

Wayne

4

July 10, 2021

I visited this facility

I like Sagewood at Daybreak because it's only half a mile from where I am. I could retain pretty much everything that I'm already doing, especially my doctors, so I don't have to go very far to get to them. The person who accommodated me during the tour was nice. Somebody asked me about the food and I turned them down. I took a look at the food facilities there since it was right close to lunchtime, and was quite nice. It was more like a cafeteria and they call it the bistro. It was a little bit more contemporary, not quite the calm feeling, but it was still nice. It's fairly new.

DBG

4

June 23, 2021

I visited this facility

We toured Sagewood at Daybreak for my husband, and it was a beautiful facility. The rooms were very nice -- I guess they're called apartments -- and it was very well decorated and spacious. I don't know if it was due to the time that we got there, because it was fairly early, but I didn't see a lot of interaction between the caregivers or the staff and the patients. Maybe it was because we were there at breakfast time and they were eating breakfast. The person who gave us the tour was wonderful. She gave us all the information we needed and broke down what the plan would be, and it was very nice. The place was pretty homey and very spacious.

Tamara

5

May 13, 2021

I visited this facility

I took two tours at Sagewood at Daybreak and even put a deposit for my uncle. They were very accommodating and have been very good. I ordered a bunch of furniture and they've been holding them for me until I can pick up. I like that it was bright and clean and the residents seemed happy. They were paired together and talking happily with one another. They had a great menu for food. They had many different options and you go to the dining room or have it delivered to your apartment. They would clean up my uncle's apartment once a week and change his sheets once a week for him. The service they provided was really good. There was also an equal number of men and women his age in that facility. Some of the facilities I went to seemed like the majority is women and I thought that he would want to be around men his own age. The staff were nice. Their uniforms were clean, very professional, and welcoming. The whole environment there is uplifting and bright. We were going for assisted living and figured he probably would move to memory care after that. But for now, the assisted living had a full-size refrigerator and had a stove and a range top. He likes to cook, so that was good for him. Some of the other places only had a dorm-size refrigerator and a microwave. That really wouldn't have worked well for him. They actually structured activities around what the residents want. Of course, they had the usual painting and that sort of thing, but they had a resident that wanted to make clay objects, so they bought materials to do that. There was another resident that wanted to do woodworking and they made a woodshop downstairs in the basement for them with all the equipment. They really tailored it to the needs and wants of the residents. I saw their food and it looked delicious. It is a dining room style where they have a menu and the server comes to your table and asks you what you would like, so not everyone has the same thing. It looked delicious. I thought that the place was safe. There weren't any stairs that the residents had to climb. The elevator was easy to operate and it was easy for people that have disabilities or use a walker or wheelchair to maneuver through. I would highly recommend it. They have a shuttle bus that takes the resident to Walmart and Save Mart once a week. They also have what they call "Phoenix Tours" where the residents can join. At Christmas time, they would take them to the neighborhood so they could look at the Christmas lights and that was nice. They could also look at a view of the city at nighttime.

John

4

March 7, 2021

I visited this facility

I visited Sagewood at Daybreak. The facilities were extremely nice. They are modern, and it's the most modern place I've been. The units were large. It looked like a nice place to live. They have activities but we really couldn't get too much into them. A woman there told me they have a lot of activities, though. They are not doing it right now, of course; a lot of these places don't have the activities that they did before. I went there twice, and I was able to talk to one resident. I also met one person from the staff, and he was excellent.

Ron

5

February 9, 2021

I visited this facility

We visited Sagewood at Daybreak. It was very good, that's why we're going back the second time. They didn't invite us to dinner, but we saw everything. They weren't eating in their dining area because of Covid, but they had two dining areas, a more formal area and then a more casual area. They had everything there in their rooms. It was pristine clean. The staff members were completely accommodating and helpful whenever we needed it.

Terry

4

December 20, 2020

I visited this facility

I will be moving into Sagewood at Daybreak. The reason I chose it is because it's within my price range, they have a woodshop downstairs, and it's about ten minutes from my daughter's house. The University of Utah has built a new clinic out there, too. The staff has been very friendly and very attentive. The room is very nice. They have a pool, two exercise rooms, and a small library. It's a modern-looking building. It has been built in the last five to ten years. It's appointed very nicely, and it has all the modern conveniences to it.

Gordon

5

December 5, 2020

I visited this facility

We're looking towards a move into Sagewood at Daybreak. I've seen it several times for my mom. They have done a really nice job of getting a community that can allow for care across the continuum of an aging and ailing senior. They have independent living and assisted living. They even have advanced assisted living. If a person didn't want to go into a memory care unit, they could still have access to the activities of assisted living. Then they have the full blown memory care. My mom is kinda on that trajectory now. They took quite a bit of time to assess my mom's needs before we even went to the facility. I thought that was impressive. Their marketing people are among the most professional I've ever met in any industry. They have followed up and they kept us updated regarding COVID-19 restrictions. They have invited us to community events as soon as they're cleared to do those types of things. They have a restrictive policy for guests at the facility and they clearly communicated changes to that policy as dictated by the state of Utah. Overall, it has been a very impressive experience so far. Their dining room is still closed because of COVID-19, but they have a chef on site and we've heard good things about the food.

Diana

4

July 22, 2019

I visited this facility

Sagewood at Daybreak was very clean and decorated nicely with a lot of socialization among the residents, a lot of activities, and looked like a good community. They go almost every day on a bus to the mall, grocery store, plays, museums, cultural events, and recreational activities. It was a little bit expensive compared to others. The staff was very friendly, courteous, and helpful.

dpoulsen

5

February 6, 2019

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

Sagewood at South Jordan is a wonderful Assisted Living. The staff is caring and take the individuals needs to heart. The food is great and served with good appeal. Over all my dear cousin and loved one has had a good experience and has loved living at Sagewood. The have formed a special exercise program for him which he has loved and given him a reason to get up each morning and have and enjoyable experience.

Lodene

5

July 24, 2018

I visited this facility

Sagewood at Daybreak is fairly new and nice. There's about 200 people who live there, so it's much larger than the other community I've visited. We happened to run into someone we knew there who said he loves it and would give it an 11 on a scale of 1 to 10. The rooms were very nice, and they had a swimming pool, TV room, and organized activities. It's kind of expensive, but you get what you pay for. They had a bistro where you can get food, but they also had a dining room, and the food looked good. The people who work there were really nice.

GM

5

February 1, 2018

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

The staff at Sagewood at Daybreak is caring, friendly, and very helpful. It's a beautiful, lovely place, just what we needed for my relatives. The apartments are well-appointed and very well arranged. They have a wonderful dining room with many amenities. They have a pool where you can do water aerobics and an exercise room. They have a full schedule of activities going on all the time. It's is a good place. They're very happy with the food.

Wally

5

January 14, 2018

I visited this facility

Sagewood at Daybreak was great, had good surroundings and facilities, and nice people. They had everything you needed there. They had groups come in and entertain and always had things going on, like bus tours. The rooms were really nice and looked like they'd be adequate. I had a really good meal there, too.

Bonneta

5

November 3, 2017

I visited this facility

We chose Sagewood at Daybreak because it was very open with lots of lights. My mother wanted something that was bright and had lights. It's also close to the temple, and they will take my mother or my father to the temple when they want to go. They have a woodworking shop that is very interesting for my father, and they have a salon onsite. The food isn't served during specific times; they're open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. My father likes to sleep in late, so he can get up and go eat when he wants to eat. The place is brand-new, very nice, and very well-kept. My mom said the people are very friendly, and that they remember her name.

Michelle

4

October 30, 2017

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

We have been very happy with Sagewood at Daybreak. My dad has been living there since October. Both my husband and my sister worked there, so that partially influenced our decision. The residents are friendly. They come over and talk to you. The staff is great. They're very accommodating. The staff in the dining area already knows who my dad is. They address him by name. My dad doesn't participate in activities, but they have a lot available to them. That's one of the reasons why we picked it.

Heide260746

5

January 10, 2017

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My mom is at Sagewood and likes it the best. She was very interested in having a kitchen, as she wanted to feel she was in a home, and it was the most like a home. It's a newer place at only one and a half years old. They have a swimming pool, which she was excited about, exercise, bingo, and a lot of other activities. I like the place and the people, and think they have a lot to offer if the residents know how to use them.

Fredrick's Mother

5

November 2, 2016

I visited this facility

One of the most amazing facilities I had seen was Sagewood at Daybreak. It was clean and neat. It was kind of a breath of fresh air. The staff members that I met were very qualified and really knew the facility. The apartments were gorgeous. It was a brand new facility. It could not be that old; the art work and the way that the people were moved around and what they had there. They had an indoor swimming pool that was gorgeous, and they were just full of people and they loved it. They had one price, and it might a little expensive for independent, but for somebody who was in the memory care or Alzheimer’s it was probably just about the norm for what it costs. However, to get there was not convenient for me.

Ranee

5

October 11, 2016

I visited this facility

Sagewood at Daybreak was fantastic, but it was too expensive. The staff was fantastic. The room was a good size and very clean. They had a lot to offer. The residents looked engaged and very happy.

Provider Response

Dear Ranee, Thank you for your kind comments about our community. Our apartment homes are priced to be competitive and on par with other high-end senior living service providers in our area. Chef-prepared meals, housekeeping, wellness programs and maintenance are just a few of the many things that are included in monthly rent. We'll be sure to pass your compliments on to our associates!

Victor834444

5

October 5, 2016

I visited this facility

I was very impressed with Sagewood at Daybreak. The people and the host that gave me the tour were very professional. The facilities were clean, and there were no bad odors. It appeared to be very clean, new, and orderly.

Provider Response

Dear Victor834444 - thank you for your kind comments on our community. We truly appreciate it!

DM047205

3

September 30, 2016

I visited this facility

Sagewood at Daybreak was a nice, clean, and modern place. It was more industrial looking like an office building. The staff was very helpful and nice. The rooms were of nice size, and the residents can bring in their furniture. It has a cold atmosphere, and it did not have a home cozy feeling.

Provider Response

Dear DM047205, Thank you for your kind comments about our associates and apartment homes. We take care to ensure that our residents, their families, and our associates feel at home when they are at Sagewood. From our Family Room, to the thoughtfully designed layout of our community, we take into consideration that our surroundings combined with the people in them are what create a truly create that heartwarming feeling of home. If at any time you have suggestions or feedback on how we can improve upon this, please reach out to me at 801-938-9389. Our home is your home and your opinion is valuable to us!

Sincerely, Executive Director Sagewood at Daybreak

Ilene510407

2

September 18, 2016

I visited this facility

Sagewood is very beautiful and looks like a hotel, but they pretended the staff has been really on top of it; that’s not what I have experienced. They are offering activities, but my mother doesn’t participate in anything. The room is clean, 1-bedroom, and not very comfortable. You can only have one TV on one wall. The dining area is really pretty, and the food is OK but nothing special. They need to improve on how the room is set up and the staff as they have a lot of younger kids that doesn’t get what’s going on.

Provider Response

We are sorry to hear of your experience at Sagewood. Our residents’ happiness is of the upmost importance to us – which is why we would like to have our Wellness Director Jonathan speak with your mother about what activities she would want to see on our wellness schedule. Jonathan is passionate about our Wellness Program and is more than happy to accompany your mother to the wellness activities that interest her. Please contact me directly so that we can get her feedback and coordinate.

We can also discuss the layout of your mother’s 1-bedroom and the setup of her TV. All of our 1-bedrooms have a wall to host a TV in both the bedroom and living room with the small exception of corner unit apartments which have double windows in the bedroom - but still allow for a TV if the bed resides next to the windows.

At Sagewood we believe in creating a team that is both passionate and qualified for their roles and that team members of all ages contribute to our community. All of our CNAs are certified and there are always two RNs on staff to help troubleshoot any issues. If there is any issue with care or communication, we are more than happy to speak with you and escalate this to our RNs.

We are happy to hear your compliments on how beautiful Sagewood is. Dining is an important part of our residents’ experience and just yesterday we changed our menus to include selections based on feedback from residents. Eggs benedict, candied pecan salad, and farm-fresh egg omelets are just a few of many items we are now offering on our all-day dining and breakfast menus. We hope that you’ll drop by again to try these out!

Sincerely,

Josh Lancaster, Executive Director

Colleen472611

5

September 14, 2016

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Sagewood at Daybreak is absolutely beautiful. They have a lovely dining room. They are well-staffed, and they are very caring. They wanted to know his food likes and things he is interested in. They showed a lot of interest even though Dad is only going to be there for respite care. They wanted to know all these things to make his stay very comfortable, which I thought was really great. The rooms were all new, and the food was all healthy food. It was a very impressive place.

NC172023

4

July 14, 2016

I visited this facility

The tour at Sagewood at Daybreak was good. It was a brand-new facility and really nice, but more expensive. The staff was really good. There were private and shared rooms. It’s a memory care center, too.

RachelOMOIA

5

May 22, 2016

I am a friend or relative of a resident

We placed mom at Sagewood at Daybreak. It’s a new community with a swimming pool and physician on staff. They seem to be quite organized. The place is very clean and has nurses on staff.

Carol103310750

5

April 7, 2016

I visited this facility

Sagewood at Daybreak was very nice, very new, and modern. They seemed to have a lot of activities, more than Mother would ever use. Plus, it was a lot more expensive and farther away from us. It had a lot of things available, like hairdressers, activity centers, and swimming places. However, my mom would never use any of that stuff, and it would be more than what we wanted to pay.

CaringDaughter31

5

December 30, 2015

I visited this facility

Sagewood at Daybreak would have been my top choice had I not moved my father recently to another facility. It is an extremely nice facility and doesn’t feel like an assisted living community. There are different options for food. They have memory care, assisted living, and independent living. The assisted living and the independent living co-mingle with each other, so that they are not seeing people sitting around in wheelchairs and does not feel like you are surrounded by older people. If you are looking for a higher-end community and you don’t mind paying more, this is the place to choose. The rooms have granite countertops. The facility is new and nice.

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Costs for Sagewood at Daybreak in South Jordan, Utah

Memory Care

Memory Care is specifically designed to meet the needs of those with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia. Specially trained staff members assist with activities of daily living (such as bathing and dressing) and provide therapies to slow further loss of cognitive abilities.

$4,250

Starting Price

Assisted Living

This level of care provides support for those who need help with personal care needs such as cleaning, bathing, and dressing. Residents selecting this level of care are treated to many amenities in a home-like atmosphere, while getting support in their daily lives.

$3,600

Starting Price

Independent Living

Independent Living is for those who desire the feel of a private residence with the amenities and activities available in a planned community, such as fitness classes, game nights, and group excursions. Services such as cleaning and groundskeeping are often available.

$3,899

Starting Price

Services and Amenities of Sagewood at Daybreak in South Jordan, Utah

Costs

  • All Inclusive Rent
  • Rent Plus Care Fees
  • Entry Fee
  • Fee Structure Extra: We offer a month-to-month rental

Room and housing options

  • 1-bedroom apartments
  • 2-bedroom apartments
  • Companion Suites: We offer companion suites
  • Studio Apartments

Dining options

  • In Room Kitchenette
  • In Room Kitchens
  • Dining Room Shared Meals
  • Room Service For Meals

About Sagewood at Daybreak in South Jordan, Utah

Sagewood at Daybreak in South Jordan, Utah — Now Open!

Sagewood at Daybreak is a Kisco Senior Living community that offers a full continuum of senior lifestyle options from Independent Living apartment homes to Assisted Living and Memory Care. This full continuum of options will ensure that as residents’ needs change they can remain in place at the community they love.

Located in Daybreak, a master planned development in South Jordan Utah, our 6-acre, 235,000 square foot campus is only steps from restaurants, shops, walking paths, TRAX light rail station, a new University of Utah Medical Center complex, and the new Mountain View Corridor freeway leading straight to the airport.

Amenities and services
  • A bistro/cafe, elegant courtyard dining room
  • Full-service salon including therapeutic massage
  • Fitness center with indoor pool Family gathering room
  • Large, multi-purpose social hall
  • Cultural and educational opportunities
  • Casual dining, socializing, and neighborhood events

Outdoors you will find beautiful courtyards and walking paths accented by fine architectural elements everywhere you turn. Learn more by scheduling a community experience.

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