All of our homes are normal single family houses with living rooms, dining rooms, family rooms, kitchens, yards and beautiful landscaping. From the outside, you will not be able to tell that our home is an assisted living home because it looks just like a normal well-kept house in a nice community.
The inside of our homes have ADA and senior friendly features, such as wheel chair accessible walk ways, hallways, bathrooms and kitchens. We pride ourselves on having a clean house that looks and smells like a normal home. We have an excellent staff to resident ratio, which allows us to provide a more intimate living environment while being able to administer personal care and assistance when needed. Our staff members are certified and licensed by the State. They each go through an extensive onboarding process, so that they understand the mission, vision and values that we provide in our homes.
Here are some wonderful things to consider when looking at our homes:
- Our homes have the look and feel of a normal family home which produces a calm, secure and comfortable environment for our residents. It is critically important to us that our homes do not feel like a hospital or an institution. Our objective is for our residents to feel as if they are in their own home with family members and that they receive constant love, care and attention.
- Cleanliness produces healthiness and we use extraordinary efforts to keep our homes clean. We often hear family members say upon their first impression that our homes are kept cleaner than their own homes. We truly believe that cleanliness is good for the mind, body and soul.
- We give our residents personalized attention, based on their needs and level of care. Our caregivers specialize in providing assistance ranging from ambulatory to non-ambulatory. And our caregivers have experience with hospice and dementia.
If you would like to visit one of our facilities, please contact us at email@example.com to schedule an appointment and we would be happy to provide you with a tour.