Guide to Senior Services – Fall 2012

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Cerenity Senior Care — Marian of St. Paul

Cerenity Senior Care — Marian of Saint Paul is the only Catholic continuum of care community in the East Metro offering all levels of senior care and housing. Cerenity Marian offers independent and assisted living; transitional care; adult day services; skilled nursing; memory care assisted living; and enhanced assisted living. Mass is held six days a week in our beautiful adjacent Chapel of St. Mary. Rosary also is available. Our full-time chaplain assists residents and their families as spiritual needs arise. Cerenity Marian is across the street from Mounds Park.

For tours or more information, please call (651) 793-2100 or visit http://www.CerenitySeniorCare.org.


St. Therese Southwest, where seniors celebrate life

St. Therese Southwest is a senior living community located in Hopkins on 14 breathtaking acres of weeping willows and walking paths.

The campus provides the feeling of living in the country with the benefit of being close to the city. We provide a spiritual environment in which people of all faiths are welcome. Daily Catholic Mass is offered, as well as weekly Protestant services.

Lifestyle options include: independent living, assisted living, memory care and our adult day program.

For more information, please call (952) 933-3333 or visit http://www.sttheresesouthwest.com.

NOW OPEN: The Glenn by St. Therese Southwest, a retirement community for adults 62-plus in Minnetonka’s Glen Lake neighborhood.

For more information and to schedule your personal tour, call (952) 352-1000 or visit http://www.theglennseniorhousing.com.


Episcopal Homes

Episcopal HomesEpiscopal Homes has a variety of senior housing available in St. Paul. Following is a brief description of senior living residences.

Episcopal Church Home

Nursing and short-term rehab care in a faith-based, not-for-profit.

Medicare/Medicaid certified. Our mission is to support each individual’s physical, social and spiritual needs. One of our chaplains is from the Roman Catholic tradition.

Weekly Catholic Communion and rosary, plus monthly Catholic Mass.

Visit http://www.EpiscopalHomes.org or call (651) 646-4061 for a tour.

Iris Park Commons

“A Community of Heart” with 59 one/two bedroom and studio apartments and a flexible menu of Assisted Living services for age 62-plus. Catholic Communion every Sunday, plus weekly Communion, rosary and monthly Mass next door at Episcopal Church Home. Scheduled transportation for shopping and social outings.

Visit http://www.EpiscopalHomes.org or call (651) 646-1026 for a tour.

Cornelia House

Gracious living for independent adults age 62-plus. Residents enjoy the peace of mind that comes from living on a continuing care campus with all the long and short-term care they may ever need. We offer 47 one or two-bedroom apartments, community spaces and a lively resident council that organizes social events.

Visit http://www.EpiscopalHomes.org or call (651) 288-3931 for a tour.

Seabury

Affordable independent living, age 62-plus. Recognized as one of the finest HUD-subsidized senior housing facilities in the nation. Forty-nine one-bedroom apartments with central air conditioning. Episcopal Homes believes that limited income need not mean limited quality of life.

Visit http://www.EpiscopalHomes.org or call (651) 379-5102 for a tour.

Carty Heights

Affordable independent living for age 62-plus at University and Lexington.

Although located away from the Episcopal Homes campus, Carty Heights residents enjoy the same priority access to our programs and services as campus residents.

Forty-nine one-bedroom air-conditioned apartments.

Visit http://www.EpiscopalHomes.org or call (651) 288-1142 for a tour.

Kings Crossing

Affordable independent living for age 62-plus. Kings Crossing apartments opened March 1, 2011. They’re located above the shops of Frogtown Square at University & Dale.

Residents enjoy the same priority access to our programs and services as residents of our home campus. Forty-nine one-bedroom air-conditioned apartments.

Visit http://www.EpiscopalHomes.org or call (651) 493-4606 for a tour.

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