What We Provide
Residents will receive assistance with medications, including administration, acquiring re-fills, monitoring for possible side-effects and keeping a medication log. Nutritious meals and snacks will be provided according to recommended dietary standards, and staff will provide assistance with basic daily living skills as needed. We will have daily activities to stimulate memory, physical and mental strength, and provide interactive daily living where the resident’s will feel comfortable and cared for. In addition, physicians, nurses, physical therapists, home health aides, hospice, and various healthcare professionals will be involved within the home. We will work to create a stimulating environment to help residents continue to grow intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually. Staff members who have completed the required training will be available at all times to assure our residents safety and that they receive the best care and assistance possible to meet their needs.
24/7 Care with Trained Staff
Bathing & Grooming Assistance
Nutritious Meals & Feeding Assistance
Life Enrichment Activities and Events
Memory Care Services
Daily Family & Community Interaction
- Nurse, NA, Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, Hospice, Wound Care Specialist, Bathing Assistants, etc.
- Prescriptions are delivered to the home every 30 days or day of if requested.
- Our home has a visiting physician that comes to see our residents at least monthly. The physician has the ability to keep a close eye on your loved one's medical needs and get to know them on a personal level.
At New Heights Assisted Living we aim to provide memory care services for those who suffer with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Through trained staff we will provide services such as sensory stimulation, fine and gross motor skill exercises; memory stimulation through music and light, animal therapy, intergenerational interactions, exercise classes, spiritual experiences, our community give back program, and unique activities that awaken their inner self. The goal of our activities, events, and programming is to meet the social, psychosocial, physical, emotional and spiritual needs of each resident on a daily basis. Staff will receive continued dementia and memory care training through Michigan Assisted Living Association’s online educational courses. The environment of the home is specific to the needs of those with dementia and Alzheimer’s. Safety precautions are in place through ADT security system and noise alerts are installed on each exiting door of the home which alert when opened.