Eight dinners or brunches are included with the Independent Living rent. Per the new Minnesota Department of Health regulations, Assisted Living licensed buildings cannot include meals. So, meals for Assisted Living and Reflections Dementia Care are optional and are priced out as “a la carte” or as meal packages if you choose to enroll in a plan. Ask our sales and marketing team about the dining experience sheet that includes more about our program as well as the benefits.
Not necessarily. If your loved one is not wandering and is still able to push a personal call pendant, they may be suitable for assisted living. We have a registered nurse available to do an assessment to determine whether or not your loved one is appropriate for assisted living or truly needs a secure memory care neighborhood.
YES – All apartments have kitchens but the studios do not. Independent living apartments offer a sink with garbage disposal, refrigerator, an electric range, dishwasher, and a microwave. Assisted Living offers a sink, refrigerator, and electric range. Some Dementia Care rooms have kitchens, but we also offer private dining.
A registered nurse is onsite Monday-Friday during business hours and on call 24/7/365. The nurse is available to assist residents living in assisted living and dementia care. In senior housing, there isn’t a nurse available.
It depends on whether the resident is signed up to receive care from our care team. In independent living, there is an emergency ‘call’ pull cord in the bathroom that alerts community first responders (fireman, paramedics) similar to calling 9-1-1 from your own home. In assisted living, assisted living plus there is a personal pendant that alerts our onsite staff tend to emergencies. In memory care, there is staff onsite 24/7 to attend to residents and respond to emergencies.