Golden Lodge Assisted Living and Memory Care is locally owned and operated in Golden, Colorado. Offering assisted living, memory care, and respite services, our team is committed to enhancing the lives of our residents with exceptional apartments, programs, amenities, and services.
The team at Golden Lodge Assisted Living and Memory Care is compassionate and dedicated to providing a loving and engaging environment for all of our residents and visitors. We treat every resident as a member of our own family. We truly care about the well-being and health of our residents, and we go the extra mile to ensure that every need is met.
It is our goal to provide the community of Golden with assisted living and memory care that is authentic, community-driven care centered towards making our clients feel comfortable, safe, and valued.
I am a native of Colorado, with a husband, 3 amazing adult children, and 3 wonderful huskies that keep me entertained. I began in this industry in my teens when my Grandmother began to show signs of Alzhelmer’s Disease, she came to live with us, and my family became her caretakers.
I went to school for my CNA license and worked as a CNA until I had my kiddos. When I returned to Senior Living, I went the Assisted Living route and have been there ever since.
I learned a lot from my mother who was a Director of Nursing for the duration of her career, and I chose to go a different direction because I saw what senior communities were like, and what they could be, so I went the direction of leading people.
I have my BS in Organizational Leadership, have been through the Eden Alternative training and have worked for some of the largest senior living organizations, I am most excited about being with Golden Lodge because I believe we can do it right. The team here is one of the best I have seen, and we have a blank slate to do what we have all wanted to be done, I cannot wait to see what the future holds for this community.
Brenda Martinez started working in the senior living industry at age 17. Beginning her career as a personal care provider with a small community in Lakewood, she knew right away, helping others was the course she was designed to follow. Eventually ending up at a Memory Care community, finding this even more endearing, having the capability to voice for other individuals, is what made her genuinely happy. Finding herself in a Supervisor/Trainer position, she worked closely with the Alzheimer’s Association, gaining further understanding of Dementia and Alzheimer’s. This led her to obtain her Administrator certificate and both own and operate Assisted Living communities in the state of Colorado.