Reviews of Asbury Park
Karen605212 November 21, 2016
I visited this facility
Asbury Park was very good. We really enjoyed it. The rooms were really nice. The staff was very informative and helpful. They had a lot of amenities that we would be interested in when the time comes. The location and everything is good. We have recommended it to a lot of people.
turtle_woop December 26, 2012
I visited this facility
It was a good experience. Everything was clean. All the staff were very friendly. It also seemed as though people were well taken care of. The residence in this facility all seemed friendly, happy and in good health. The food wasn't as bad as anticipated. The held games for the residence to stay busy. The community room was alive and in swing, with card cards, gossip, and the television in the background. A nice bird exhibit was on display for there enjoyment.
From Asbury Park
Asbury Park is dedicated to providing a continuum of care for older adults. Our organization provides caring services to assure that life continues to have meaning and dignity. As a mission of the United Methodist Church, we provide our services in an atmosphere of Christian care and concern.
A new model of university-designed patio homes is now underway on Asbury Park's independent living campus. These homes are intentionally designed with elements that allow individuals to age-in-place and remain in their homes longer as their mobility, health and other physical abilities decline.
In each of our Green House Homes is specifically dedicated to rehabilitation services. This house has only 8 residential rooms and a therapy room which is fully equipped to make sure people are ready for everyday life they return home.
Asbury Park is now providing a safe environment for those who are challenged with symptoms of memory impairment. Our setting is just like home with a kitchen, dining room, living room, bedrooms, and a private courtyard.
All of Asbury Park's residential rooms are single occupancy, and families appreciate the security of knowing their loved ones are cared for in their own private rooms in a Christian environment.
In our dining room, elders and guests can choose entrées from a menu just as if they were in a restaurant, so meantime is always enjoyable. In Fact, in 2012 Asbury Park was recognized for exemplary dining services, and received the prestigious Five Star Gracious Dining Award from the Dietetic Association of Kansas.
We offer Planned outings, pastoral services, life enrichment, and volunteer opportunities, plus intergenerational activities with the children at Asbury Station Child Care Center located on our campus.
Our community represents an engaging, friendly neighborhood and an unhurried place where elders can feel relaxed and away from it all while receiving the assistance that they need or desire when they need it.
What Makes Us Special
Asbury Park is situated on a 34-acre campus at the south edge of Newton. Asbury Park finds itself snuggled between the traditional neighborhood homes of Newton and the vastly developing business and shopping district just off the I-35 and Hwy 50 interchange. Situated in this premier location for retirement living, Asbury Park elders are in the neighborhood of restaurants, shopping, Newton Medical Center, Chisholm Trail Mall, and the Sand Creek Station golf course.
Features of Asbury Park
Room and housing options
- 1-bedroom apartments
- 2-bedroom apartments
- Studio apartments
- Companion suites: We do not offer companion suites
- We charge monthly rent plus additional fees for specific care needs, as needed
- We charge an entry fee
- Monthly rent is all inclusive
- Fee structure extra: Entry fee for Independent Living is $1,000 - No entry fee for Assisted Living or Memory Care - For Assisted Living and Memory Care there is additional care costs
- Minimum rate: $3,069/month
- Minimum memory care rate: $3,845/month
- Pets: Small pets allowed
- Minimum age: 62
- State License(s): NO40002
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