Can a senior living community feel like home?
Mt. Carmel Community considers our senior living options more than just places to live. Providing a beautiful, safe, and secure facility in a convenient location is just the foundation upon which our community is built. Caring for the physical, emotional, mental, social, and spiritual well-being of our residents is what makes Mt. Carmel Community feel like home. We consider each resident and staff member a part of our family. Come by and visit Mt. Carmel Community; we’ll make you feel at home!
Assisted Living is an easy-to-understand concept. Our staff can and will provide our residents “assistance” with their activities of daily living. These activities can include, but are not limited to, medication management, bathing, dressing, transferring, and toileting. Of course, meals, housekeeping, transportation to medical appointments, a full slate of activities, and social interaction are all invaluable components of an Assisted Living Community as well. To fully appreciate everything this level of care has to offer, please schedule a tour and visit with our administrator. As a true Assisted Living Facility, Mt. Carmel is licensed and overseen by the state through the Office of Long Term Care. Remember, we are locally owned and owner managed!
Mt. Carmel Community offers an appealing opportunity for the more independent senior who wants to maintain a private residence while still taking advantage of many of the services and amenities offered on our campus. Meals, housekeeping, transportation for medical appointments, lawn service, social interaction, and even an emergency call system, are all provided. All of our garden homes/cottages are one level and wheelchair accessible. Square footage and prices vary depending on the location, but all of our units include a fully equipped kitchen, laundry room, and oversized single garage. A welcoming and attractive clubhouse/dining room is available at each location for more intimate dining and social opportunities.
Mt. Carmel is one of the few true ASCUs (Assisted Special Care Units) in the state. At Mt. Carmel Community, we call our Memory Care Unit, “Elijah’s Place.” Elijah was a man who trusted God. He faced seemingly insurmountable obstacles that challenged his faith. We believe some of the most important aspects of Elijah’s character were his unfailing love and compassion. Realizing that each person dealing with acute dementia or an Alzheimer’s condition, is a unique individual; we strive to provide care and compassion, along with patience and persistence, as we assist each resident with their activities of daily living. It is our desire to cultivate a safe, supportive, structured, and loving environment for our residents who require this level of care.
The AHCA/NCAL National Quality Award has been designed as a progressive three-step process to encourage the continuous learning and development of integrated quality systems to achieve performance excellence. The Bronze award recognizes that Mt. Carmel Community has developed a foundation to begin a journey of continuous quality improvement.