Fulfilling Our Promise

Intergenerational Living & Health Care, Inc. (ILHC), owns and operates premiere senior living and health care communities and a learning center for children ranging from newborns to school age. Communities owned by ILHC are managed by The Goodman Group, a Minnesota-based senior living and health care developer and management company.

Throughout these communities, ILHC and The Goodman Group work together to provide intergenerational programs and services that link children and older adults in meaningful and profound ways.

Aspire Transitional Care

Flagstaff, Arizona

Aspire Transitional Care (Aspire) is a transitional and skilled nursing community offering a luxurious boutique environment and individualized service offerings. With 50 private rooms and rich amenities, Aspire offers a refreshing alternative to traditional short-term care. Aspire is an affiliate of The Peaks, A Senior Living Community and The Peaks Health & Rehabilitation.

The Commons on Marice

Eagan, Minnesota

This vibrant senior living community offers 147 residences of independent living, assisted living, memory care, care suites, and respite care. The Commons on Marice hosts intergenerational programs for children and seniors to provide learning opportunities and enriching experiences. Children next door at the Intergenerational Learning Center often take field trips over to The Commons on Marice for positive programming and interactions.

The Inn on Westport

Sioux Falls, South Dakota

The Inn on Westport offers 133 residences of independent living, assisted living, memory care, and respite care as well as a Parkinson’s program. The community offers a beautiful environment for teenagers and seniors to gather for a “senior prom” hosted by the local high school’s honor society.

The Lakes at Stillwater

Stillwater, Minnesota

The Lakes at Stillwater is a 50 plus-acre senior living campus offering independent living, assisted living, memory care, and care suites at The Lodge and lakeside living in Birchwood Landing’s Lake Homes. Sandhill Shores, phase three of the campus, will include 70 one- and two-bedroom senior living luxury apartments for ages 55+. The scenic location of the campus provides unique opportunities for residents to connect with the surrounding neighborhood and Rutherford Elementary School. The intergenerational programs hosted in The Lodge’s Generations Studio and outdoor amphitheater encourage mixed age groups to come together to share experiences, knowledge, and skills that are mutually beneficial and promote positive long-term relationships.

The Peaks, A Senior Living Community

Flagstaff, Arizona

The Peaks, A Senior Living Community and The Peaks Health & Rehabilitation (collectively, The Peaks) are bathed in the culture of the Native Americans who lived here and the campus is adjacent to the Museum of Northern Arizona. The Peaks offers 194 residences of bungalow living, independent living, assisted living, memory care, rehabilitation, long-term care, respite care and hospice care. Residents of The Peaks tutor students at the charter school and assist with museum programs. These communities were developed through a nonprofit partnership between Intergenerational Living & Health Care, Inc., the Museum of Northern Arizona, Inc. and Northern Arizona Healthcare Corporation.

Valley View Estates Health & Rehabilitation

Hamilton, Montana

At this long-term care community that provides 77 skilled nursing beds and serves older adults, residents and children work side by side to create gift packages for disadvantaged children. This is just one of the many intergenerational programs that has helped this community win several awards for its innovative care from the Montana Health Care Association.

Intergenerational Learning Center®

Eagan, Minnesota

In this innovative learning environment, children from six weeks to eight years of age are encouraged to develop confidence, skills and self-esteem. They also build meaningful relationships with residents at the senior community next door, The Commons on Marice.

"My twins’ grandparents live far away, but it’s important to have different generations there to show a different side of life. That’s what creates a warm, caring atmosphere. The children love their teachers, love being with seniors, and truly care about one another. This is a place where kids learn and grow."

Dan S., PARENT - Intergenerational Learning Center

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