From the Provider
Assured Assisted Living Homes are Specialty Memory Care Homes designed to meet the physical and emotional needs of residents with memory impairments, while providing peace of mind and ongoing support to their families.
Our residential care focuses on Alzheimerâ€™s disease, stroke, Parkinsonâ€™s and other dementia related diseases that result in memory loss. We provide programs and services utilizing the latest knowledge and techniques which adapt to the changing behavioral and communication needs that occur with Alzheimerâ€™s disease and other dementias.
At Assured Assisted Living we are committed to helping your loved one achieve the highest level of functioning possible while enhancing the quality of their lives, which is achieved by careful monitoring, social stimulation, dietary observation, and a supportive environment that emphasizes life purpose.
Your loved one will benefit directly from Assured Assisted Livingâ€™s high caregiver-to-resident ratio, composed of a trained and experienced team in memory impairment, with special skills in the area of behavioral interventions. In addition, we will prepare a personalized care plan that builds on your loved oneâ€™s strengths, enhances positive self-image, and promotes autonomy to make each day a meaningful experience.
Assured Assisted Living offers a full range of services carefully planned to provide a supportive environment for residents with dementia. These services are all-inclusive in the monthly fee, including incontinence supplies. There are no itemized extra costs or rate increases for 12 months.
Reviews of Assured Assisted Living - Parker Riverstone Drive
Average Rating: based on 2 Reviews
I visited this facility
Assured Assisted Living is lovely with beautiful manicured grounds and lovely great room. The staff was attentive and compassionate and the residents were clean, bright and alert. The menu is healthy and well planned. The rooms are good size and very nicely decorated and cozy. There are activities to keep them alert and engaged, bingo, games, movies, outings and programs brought in by civic and religious groups. There are outings to shop, arts events and golfing for those who love to get out on the greens. The residents are alert, active and bright. If you are looking for a wonderful facility for your loved one this is a wonderful environment for your loved one. This is a small home with very personalized attention which is the upside of this home. I would recommend this facility. Very well run and maintained.
I am a friend or relative of resident
My Mother, Betty Cunningham, has been gone for over a month now and I am stil appreciative of the wonderful care that she was given at Assured Assisted Living. I especially loved that I was always made ro feel welcome at any time I came to visit her. I was made to feel part of the family that made up this warm and inviting home. The caregivers went out of their way to make my mother comfortable every day. The caregivers were a brightening star every day for my mother and the food was delicious. My mother loved sitting by the fireplace and felt right at home at Assured Assisted Living. I have shared the group home concept with many people who struggle to find the best home for a parent and want all of Parker to know about Assured Assisted Living. Yes, there are fancy corporately owned facilities arriving in Parker, but I can attest rom all the research I did and other places she has lived in that these choices are not the best options for someone with dementia or any frailities. They may offer the bells and whistles of senior living, but they also employ a multitude of caregivers who don't offer consistency of caregivers who live in the home and are taking care of their residents day after day. The turnover is greater in a larger facility and the individualized attention to the residents is inconsisteny. At Assured Assisted living you always know that the caregivers understand the person's needs and can meet those needs almost immediately. Assured Assisted Living exceeded my expectations with my Mother, Betty Cunningham.