Heritage Place Senior Living has been a leading provider of compassionate senior care and assisted living services in Bountiful, Utah since 1973. Located in a quiet, residential area just 10 minutes outside of Salt Lake City, our residents enjoy the best of both worlds: the majestic beauty of the Wasatch Range and all of the art and culture that the nearby metropolis has to offer. In addition to our out-of-state residents, we attract residents from cities throughout Davis County, including Centerville, Layton, Syracuse, and Farmington.Schedule a Tour Today
At Heritage Place, our philosophy is to cater to our residents’ unique, tailored preferences. Whether it’s our gardening area, fitness center, or indoor swimming pool, our residents have a wealth of amenities to choose from. Our experienced senior care staff is constantly organizing engaging activities such as craft nights and musical programs to ensure that all of our residents are living life to the fullest.
Heritage Place recognizes that each resident is unique and has different needs, which is why we offer a variety of senior living options with different levels of care. Whether our residents require help with housekeeping, medication management, or memory cueing activities, our 24-hour staff is here to offer assistance. In addition to our assisted living and memory care options, Heritage Place offers temporary senior living for residents who require short-term care.View All Lifestyle Options
The staff at Heritage Place come from a variety of backgrounds, but we’re here with one common goal: to help each resident live as rich a life as possible. We are passionate about our residents! From our dining services staff to our activities team, everyone pitches in to create a thriving, caring community.
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Tonia was born and raised in Idaho and attended BSU’s Dietary Manager course. Tonia has worked in the healthcare industry for 17 years running and supervising kitchens. In her spare time she loves to spend time with her three children at soccer games and practices, cater small events, and bake cakes. She loves working with the residents at Heritage Place and making the dining service the best it can be.
Wendy is creative to the core – a fantastic trait for an Activities Director! She taught school for 8 years before retiring to host her own televised craft show. She’s done television, product instructional DVD’s and guest speaking, and she loves creating unique and original crafts at Heritage Place. Her goal each day is to see residents smile, and hear them say, “I haven’t had that much fun in a long time.”
She and her husband/best friend, David, have 5 beautiful children and 8 amazing grandchildren. When Wendy finds spare time, she loves to craft, play the piano and flute, sing, camp, ride motorcycles, hike, travel, and write poetry and music. She also spends time with extended family and volunteering with her church group.
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Ian began his career as a groundskeeper in 2008, but was promoted to a Maintenance Technician within just a few months. His background includes working in facilities maintenance within healthcare services and apartment management companies. When asked what he likes most about Heritage Place, Ian responded, “I enjoy getting to know the residents and their history. I love making things work and helping those who can no longer repair things for themselves.” When Ian is not at Heritage Place you can find him spending time outdoors, collecting NASCAR memorabilia and watching sports with his wife and three beautiful daughters.
Sharrell worked as a medical assistant for over 4 years, specializing in pediatrics and dermatology, before coming to Heritage Place as a CNA 8 years ago. She’s now attending Weber State University to receive her Associate’s degree in Applied Science. Sharrell enjoys working with residents and their families, serving our wonderful community, and helping residents meet their desires.
Sharrell has a passion for living life to the fullest, and for learning new things. She has two beautiful children, and as a family they enjoy trips to Lagoon Amusement Park and other travel. They also have a passion for music, and love singing, karaoke and dancing.
Julie began working as a CNA in 2002. "I wasn't sure what I was getting myself into, but soon discovered that I absolutely loved working with the senior population. I love seeing my residents on a daily basis." After moving around a little, because her husband is military, Julie started working on her degree in Health Care Administration and graduated in 2014 with her Bachelor's degree.
When she's not working, Julie enjoys reading, baking, and taking naps. She has been married for 11 years and has two daughters, ages 8 and 10. Though she doesn't have a “hometown” (her father was also military and moved them around), she says she has lived in Utah the longest and absolutely loves working for Heritage Place Senior Living.
Amber was born and raised in Bountiful, and she’s always had a love for seniors. As a child, she would often visit the older people in her neighborhood to hear their life stories, and her love and dedication for the geriatric population only grew after starting at Heritage Place in 2006. Amber has a Bachelor’s degree on Social Work from Weber State University.
She enjoys her job at Heritage Place because of the way the residents and employees care for each other. She loves the strong sense of community. When she’s not working, Amber likes cooking, gardening, outdoor recreation and spending quality time with her family and pets.
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Dana holds a bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Science and Health, a master’s degree in Occupational Therapy with a graduate certificate in Gerontology from the University of Utah. She is credentialed as a Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP), Certified Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Care Trainer (CADDCT), and Certified Dementia Care Manager (CDCM) by the National Council for Certified Dementia Practitioners (NCCDP). She is also Credentialed in Montessori Based Dementia Programming (MBDP) and offers national consulting services and trainings focused on memory impairment and functional living. Dana is a Licensed Occupational Therapist and Advanced Lymphedema Practitioner having held numerous clinical and administrative management positions such as Regional Director, Regional Therapy Resource and Corporate Clinical Specialist for various national organizations. Dana is a gifted educator as is demonstrated through her most recent accomplishment of designing, developing and implementing the newest Associate of Science Occupational Therapy Assistant program in Utah.
"I absolutely love coming to work at Heritage Place. Each person in our community, residents and
staff alike, create a fun, caring, loving environment in which we all
thrive. Watching our community members
learn and grow each day provides me with a genuine feeling of happiness and
satisfaction that is unparalleled. I
consider myself lucky to be part of such an amazing community and organization!"
As the daughter of a United States Diplomat, Dana was born in India and lived in five different countries before moving to the United States in 1989. "Always having had a passion for people and diversity, I was naturally drawn to the healthcare field, previously volunteering as a Fire Fighter, EMT, and Search and Rescue Dog Team." Still embracing her roots, Dana is “mom” to two female international students (a 15-year-old from Vietnam and 16-year-old from Hong Kong), three wonderful girls of her own (12-year-old and twin 7-year-olds) and three awesome dogs! "Although busy, my wonderful husband and I always find time to visit extended family in Southern Utah, ride the Utah canyon roads on our Harleys, and attend antique car shows."
Moving into a senior living community can be stressful. Heritage Place offers a variety of programs specifically designed to help ease the transition for our residents and their loved ones. Our monthly senior planning luncheon connects seniors and families with real estate agents to facilitate a smooth and stress-free move into assisted living, while our monthly Alzheimer’s support group offers a compassionate space for families of residents suffering from progressive memory loss.Contact Us to Learn More