Independent/Assisted Living Apartments
There are a total of 95 residential living apartments at Saint Anne Randallia Place. All 95 of these apartments are licensed for assisted living care. This especially benefits the resident who may need assisted living in the future or the person who may need assistance periodically. Assisted living services can be provided in the same apartment without moving to another location.
Independent Living means that a person chooses to move into one of our apartments because they love the all-inclusive amenities but may not require any day-to-day assistance. The following services are included with the “base rate” for an apartment.
- Three delicious meals in our elegant dining room
- Pastoral Care Services, Daily Mass & Weekly Protestant Services
- Cable television/In-house broadcast of religious services
- Wireless Internet
- All utilities, except telephone
- Weekly housekeeping services
- Laundry services (flat linen only)
- 24-hour emergency call light system along with a Companion Lifeline pendant
- Special activities and outings
- Private rooms for socializing
- Enclosed Courtyards
- Maintenance-free living
Assisted Living means that person may require some help from our nursing staff. All of the above amenities are still included, yet a person does not need to move to another area. The resident would simply pay an additional fee for any of the following services:
- Medication administration and monitoring
- Assistance with bathing and/or dressing
- Verbal cuing for those with mild cognitive impairment
- Wheelchair transportation or stand-by assistance for ambulation
Scheduling a tour or calling for information is the first step in your journey to finding the best choice in senior living. Interested seniors are encouraged to call the Residential director for information regarding services, amenities, costs and overall benefits to living at Saint Anne’s. Once a person decides they would like to make this move, an application will need to be completed.
The criteria for admission begins with an assessment. This assessment is an informal meeting with our director of nursing or a nurse manager to discuss one’s medical history and current needs. The assessment will determine whether a person will be an independent resident or in need of any nursing assistance.