Assited Livin
WHAT ASSISTANCE IS PROVIDED?
Pamper the Residents
  • Assistance with medication administration and management.
  • Health assessments
  • Communication with physician, home health or other providers as needed.
  • Transportation to medical appointments
  • Assistance with daily care such as bathing, dressing and elimination needs.
  • Transportation for banking, shopping and other appointments or outings.
  • Three delicious meals served daily.
  • Maintenance free living including housekeeping and trash removal.
  • Caring staff available 24 hours a day.
WHY CHOOSE US FOR ASSISTED LIVING?

The primary goal of our Assisted Living Center is to provide individualized assistance with daily activities while respecting that person’s desires and preferences. We meet with individuals and their families prior to move in and periodically thereafter to ensure the appropriate care and services are being provided. An assisting living service plan is developed for each individual and updated as needed. The service plan includes identification of specific assistance needed for showering/bathing, daily grooming, continence, dressing, meals, mobility, medication, activities, outings, transportation and socialization.

WHAT ABOUT COSTS?
Assisted Living

Costs vary with the residence room size and the specific care or services needed. At Madisonville Assisted Living, we strive to offer our services at affordable rates.

For more detailed information, please contact us and speak with a representative about our services. We offer short term or long term stays.

A SECURE RESIDENCE

We focus on providing a nurturing environment for each resident while serving them with dignity and respect. We provide a safe, residential home that offers supportive services designed to promote independence and meet the needs of the resident.

WHO IS AN APPROPRIATE CANDIDATE FOR AN ASSISTED LIVING CENTER?
  • Anyone who needs assistance to live independently but does not require daily medical care.
  • Those who need help with daily activities such as housekeeping, cooking, cleaning.
  • Those discharged from a hospital or skilled care facility but still need assistance with basic needs.
  • Residents who suffer from memory disorders.
  • Those who need help with bathing and dressing.

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