We don’t want to be “just like home.”
We want your Caring Place to be home.
Assisted living combines the privacy of individual apartments with community living. We provide three nutritious meals in a resident dining room, appropriate and engaging daily activities, assistance with transportation to appointments, and weekly housekeeping/laundry services. We then work with you as a team to design a personalized service plan to identify those additional daily tasks that require our caring and professional assistance.
The purpose of our communities is to promote independence, choice, and dignity in a home-like setting, and offer assistance with only those things the resident needs. We want each resident to remain as independent and active as possible and to enjoy every day at our community.
The Alzheimer’s Association has resources available for those living with dementia and their loved ones.
These are the state agencies that regulate the long-term care sector.
The Ombudsman Programs work to advocate for residents of long-term care communities.