We understand that there may come a time when a family member may need assistance with activities of daily life such as medication administration, bathing, dressing, cooking, cleaning, and personal care.
The Park Pointe Assisted Living community allows you to maintain an independent lifestyle, free from worries of taking care of your own home. We designed The Gardens at Park Pointe to include all the day-to-day conveniences and amenities a premier neighborhood community would offer.
The Gardens at Park Pointe provides special ways to alert us in an emergency. Every individual residence is equipped with 2 emergency pull cords with 24 hour nursing staff. In addition, we have partnered with Lifeline. Lifeline gives our residents the reassurance that they can easily summon for help if they were to fall or become suddenly ill and the pull cord is out of their reach. For many of our residents, this is the key to being able to remain active and live independently.
The Lifeline Alert Program offers several options. The Personal Help Button can be worn as a pendant or on a wristband; both are completely waterproof, so they can be worn in the shower. In addition to the emergency pull cords, Lifeline gives you peace-of-mind.
The Gardens provides a comfortable home-like setting with programs and services designated specifically for the individual with Alzheimer and dementia related illnesses. Our individualized programming enables residents to participate in meaningful daily activities that enhance self-esteem and maximize quality of life.
Person-centered care and programming is grounded in a philosophy that recognizes the person living with dementia as an individual with a unique personality, story and set of interests. It occurs when a relationship develops between the care associate and the individual with dementia. This partnership inspires a sense of well-being as the associate learns the person’s life history, preferences, habits and routines.
We take the time to ask the important questions, hear, learn and understand who the person is behind the illness or disease. We want to know who you were, who you are today and what your dreams are for the future. By doing this we, collectively, preserve sense of self and dignity.