Enjoy Your Independence and Stay Active With

Valley VNA Senior Apartments

 

Apartment living at Valley VNA gives you the freedom to live comfortably without the burden of maintaining a household. You will be surrounded by people with similar lifestyles and interests, giving you the chance to establish or rekindle old friendships. Opportunities for daily exercise, coffee hours or educational programs abound. Activities are always lively and engaging—but never obligatory!


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Senior Apartment Living:

It’s Your Choice

 

At Valley VNA, we offer two options for those seeing to move into a retirement community:

  • Independent Apartment Living
  • Independent Plus Apartment Living

Senior gardening and healthy snacks

 

Independent Apartment Living

Alexandrite Manor has 32 individual private apartments designed with one or two bedrooms and plenty of living space. In this setting, you choose your ideal level of independence. You’ll be able to stay engaged in your community and continue caring for your own home, but now in a smaller setting. You’ll have the choice of cooking and cleaning your apartment or adding a meal plan and housekeeping services, and we’ll do the work for you.

Each Alexandrite Manor apartment has:

  • A spacious master bedroom and two full bathrooms
  • Hook-ups for a stackable washer and dryer
  • A storage unit
  • Garages, available on request
  • Utilities included, except telephone service
  • A 24-hour emergency call system, available upon request
  • Eat independently, or select meal plan options.
  • Raised garden space to plant veggies or flowers.


Independent Plus Apartment Living

If you need a little extra help, Independent Plus Apartment Living is available at Alexandrite Manor. Just add the services you need, and our caregiving team and support staff will pitch in to help you to remain safe and independent.

Independent Plus Apartment Living includes up to 28 hours of personal assistance per week. Because each person had individual needs, we’ll meet with you to create a service plan just for you.

Your plan may include:

  • Escorts to meals
  • Bathing assistance
  • Health and medication monitoring
  • Morning and evening assistance
  • Three homemade meals per day
  • Weekly homemaker services
  • 24-hour emergency call system
  • Raised garden beds to plan veggies or flowers.

Senior Apartment Living Floor Plans

2 Bedroom Layout

Senior Apartment Living Floor Plans

1 Bedroom Layout

Stay Independent with Valley VNA

If you would like to stay independent and active but your home has become too much to care for, consider a Valley VNA senior apartment. If you’d like to schedule a tour or get more information, contact us, call (920) 727-5555 or complete the form and we will contact you.

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