Our goal is to offer compassionate care for those suffering from memory loss, Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia or for other seniors who require assistance with activities of daily living.
We’re different from all the rest in that we offer compassionate, friendly care to all our residents and their families. We know how difficult it is to place your loved one in a home. But you will rest easy knowing they are in a home-like environment that is well maintained offering ample space inside and out, enveloped within safe boundaries including fences and alarm system notifications.
We serve a mixed population of elderly people aged 60 and over, within a home equipped with ample common area space such as living room, dining room, reading nook, private and shared bedrooms, shared bathrooms, large backyard, 24/7 awake staff, specialized one-to-one care, and group activities.
Did you know all our caregivers are dementia trained? We pride ourselves on our strong communication between staff and family, as well as on the training we provide our staff. Our company provides professional, caring staff around the clock so that your loved one is attended to, day and night.
Our activities are led by professionals from the community who enjoy crafts and other projects with the seniors. We have other special visitors, too, to provide entertainment for the residents.
Our home is open 24/7, with the cost being all-inclusive. This means you don’t have to pay extra for certain services except for incontinence care. While Medicare does not pay for assisted living, we do accept private pay or long-term insurance. For one price, your loved one will enjoy a private or shared room, with spacious other rooms for residents to relax in. They can get fresh air out in our garden areas and pathways when the weather allows.
We welcome you to learn more about our highly trained staff and caregivers whose main priority is to provide caring, compassionate, skilled care to seniors, whether they suffer from Alzheimer’s or other types of dementia.