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Assisted living offers seniors an opportunity to remain independent while receiving assistance with activities of daily living. It is a great option when 24-hour skilled nursing and rehabilitative care, such as a nursing home environment, is not required, but just a little daily help is needed.

Activities of daily living include tasks such as bathing, dressing, grooming, walking, self-administration of medications, or the administration of medications, and more. The staff may also assist with housekeeping, shopping, laundry – whatever the resident needs to keep feeling independent as long as possible.

Memory care communities are often licensed as assisted living communities, but the staff has undergone additional training to handle the needs of those who have Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Programming designed specifically for those with dementia is also an important part of memory care, and should focus on promoting physical and emotional wellbeing, prolong daily functioning, and maintain a sense of purpose, satisfaction, dignity, and quality of life.

The Courtyards Assisted Living and Memory Care doesn’t require residents to sign a lease. Instead, rent is paid on a month-to-month basis and residents can move out after any length of stay. However, we do require a 30-day notice before the date of the resident’s departure. There are some exceptions. For example, a physician may order a transfer to a higher level of care or if the community lacks the ability to provide adequate care based upon increasing care needs.

Pets will be allowed and a pet fee applies. Pets are typically limited to one pet per resident. Vaccinations and immunizations are required, annually. We also provide Pet Therapy. It may be available through Activities/Life Enrichment.

Birds, snakes, lizards, alligators, iguanas, chickens, insects, arachnopods such as spiders, mice, and other rodents, feral cats, and exotic animals are not allowed.
Service Animals are allowed per ADA and FHA Guidelines.

Yes, bring your own furniture. It’s a good idea to have your own furniture to make your apartment feel like home. If you would like new furniture or someone to help you design your space, our community relations director works with interior designers that can help you design your perfect new home.