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House of Hope Alzheimer's Care

4801 N 52nd St, Omaha, NE 68104

(855) 798-2040

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4.0

(3 reviews)

Offers Memory Care, Adult Day Care, and Assisted Living

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Costs for House of Hope Alzheimer's Care in Omaha, Nebraska

Memory Care

Memory Care is specifically designed to meet the needs of those with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia. Specially trained staff members assist with activities of daily living (such as bathing and dressing) and provide therapies to slow further loss of cognitive abilities.

$5,290

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Reviews of House of Hope Alzheimer's Care in Omaha, Nebraska

4.0

(3 reviews)

  • Facility

    3.5

  • Staff

    4.5

  • Activities

    4.0

  • Value

    4.0

George

5

April 24, 2023

I visited this facility

I went to visit the House of Hope Alzheimer's Care. I was very impressed with the facility and the couple of people that I talked to there. It looks like an ideal spot, but my problem with it was that it's quite a ways from where I work. Their rooms were very adequate and very nice. Everything seemed very well cared for and perfectly maintained.

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Thank you for your review. At House of Hope Memory Care our employees truly care about the older adults they serve daily and, we are proud of the care provided. We understand there are a lot of questions that each family needs answered before deciding on memory care. We are honored you have visited and are here to answer these questions for you. Remember, in Omaha, you're only about 20-25 minutes away from pretty much anywhere! :)

Patrice

4

February 25, 2023

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My mother is now in the House of Hope Alzheimer's Care Omaha. The place was bright and very clean, and the staff was very accommodating to all the questions that we had. I didn't see anything that would have me concerned, so far. Her room was freshly renovated with new paint and new carpet, it's very bright, open, and it's got two huge windows so there's a lot of light. I've seen the residents watching movies on TV in a large group setting, and I've seen their activity calendar. My mom had participated in some arts and crafts, movies, and talking to other residents.

Joan

3

November 13, 2022

I visited this facility

We went to the House of Hope Alzheimer's Care. We saw the locked-down facility. The director forgot that we had an appointment or wasn't aware of our appointment, so we had to wait a few minutes for her. And we initially walked into the facility. It's kind of dark and I wasn't highly impressed when we first walked in. We walked to her office and she took us into the lockdown area for memory care. So these are people who are severely memory impaired. That was a lot lighter and brighter, but the general lobby area was very, very dark when we first walked in, so it was kind of gloomy. It wasn't as nice. It felt a little bit too clinical, more like a hospital. But then when we went into the, um, the memory care facility, it was a lot lighter and brighter, so okay, we're good. It still felt a little bit too clinical, more like a hospital or a hospital clinic. However, there were patients in multiple gathering rooms. Some were watching TV, some were chit- chatting, and some were out of their rooms but were totally out of it, and couldn't tell a thing. They had another area where people were just sitting and quietly doing things like puzzles or I don't know what they were doing, but doing other stuff. They also had some crafts on the wall in their main community area, and she told us that they do crafts and exercise and whatever. And so those were some of the crafts on the wall. There was also an area where they could go outside, which was very contained. So they couldn't get out and wander away. And there was a nice little yard area, and a couple of people were out there. And so that part was very nice. The apartment itself was very small. So it was just a sitting/living area. No kitchenette or anything like that. A bathroom and then a bedroom. It was a very small bedroom and a very small sitting room. They had a nice fifties diner where people can schedule their family parties there. And that was really cool. The exterior of the facility is a gorgeous land, gorgeous property, beautiful. It was a big brick, colonial-style building, probably built maybe just from 1910 to 1920, and so it was an older building. But because of that, inside they could have upgraded the carpet in the last 40 years. They could have upgraded the wall, it seemed like they had dark wood paneling or something that just made it dark. They could have upgraded some of that stuff and made it look a lot cleaner and fresher and more inviting.

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Costs for House of Hope Alzheimer's Care in Omaha, Nebraska

Memory Care

Memory Care is specifically designed to meet the needs of those with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia. Specially trained staff members assist with activities of daily living (such as bathing and dressing) and provide therapies to slow further loss of cognitive abilities.

$5,290

Starting Price

Services and Amenities of House of Hope Alzheimer's Care in Omaha, Nebraska

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  • All Inclusive Rent

Additional Amenity Information

  • Fee Structure: $50 Admission Fee/1 month's rent in advance
  • Housing: Private Bedrooms & Bathrooms
  • Special Comment: Living with memory loss is not easy for anyone however, we are here to ease the anxiety, inspire joy and live one moment at a time, with you.
  • State Licenses: ALF150

About House of Hope Alzheimer's Care in Omaha, Nebraska

Established in the fall of 2003, this community was designed specifically for people in the early to middle stages of Alzheimer’s AND their families.

The 50,000 square foot building is made up of six neighborhoods, with 10–11 private apartments each. To feel at home, each neighborhood has a kitchen, a family-style dining room, a living room, a washer/dryer, and a whirlpool bath. Those are the things you see. What you don’t see is truly what sets us apart.

It’s called the Vigil Dementia Monitoring System. Designed and manufactured in Canada, it calls for assistance when residents are unable to do so; helping caregivers provide care when and where it is needed. There’s nothing for the resident to wear. It’s all done through sensors.

And that’s just the neighborhoods. Outside of those, you’ll find a community room/chapel, a 50’s diner with an authentic soda fountain, a library, a beauty/barber shop, and a beautiful dining area with a deck that overlooks the largest of our three courtyards!

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