People count on us and it takes a special kind of person to deliver the best care possible. We only hire caregivers to whom we would entrust our own loved ones.
What we provide goes so much deeper than excellent care. Our community sets the stage for an engaging and enriching assisted living experience.
We work closely with families to meet the unique needs of each of our residents, providing support in the areas of social, emotional, and physical assistance.
We know how important it is to maintain a feeling of independence and to do so with grace and dignity. Our mission is deeply rooted in empowering seniors to maintain a superior quality of life while enabling them to have control over their care options as needs evolve.
Our programs encompass a wide range of experiences, providing opportunities for engagement through social, spiritual, physical, educational, and creative activities. Residents who are unable to attend or are less open to group activities are provided one-to-one activities, allowing them to engage in a more private setting.
Featuring private studios in a home-like setting, our Assisted Living accommodations include 24-hour on-site caregivers, nutritious and delicious daily meals and snacks, companionship, transportation to medical appointments, personal laundry service, engaging activities, and plenty more.
Assisted Living provides a special combination of housing and personalized supportive services to help your loved one receive the help they need with daily activities such as bathing, dressing and grooming, reminders about meal times, and medication management.
Assisted Living might be the best choice if your loved one requires assistance with some activities of daily living or if they are experiencing memory problems. For example, they may have health and safety needs that cannot be managed in a private home environment. They, along with family or trusted friends, can discuss any concerns that they may have with their medical doctor.
Samaritan Village staffwould be happy to provide a free assessment that would give you a better sense of whether Assisted Living is the right fit.
Robin Williams also suffered from the disease, often misdiagnosed as Alzheimer's.