Elder Care Alliance communities provide care and community for older adults.
Our assisted living neighborhoods provide caring support and wellness services to residents who need assistance with personal care, coordination of health care services, medication management, and other services. Our goal is to help seniors continue to live as independently, with some help when needed.
Our innovative and engagement-focused memory care program is based on the I’m Still Here® philosophy. This evidence-based approach is founded on the belief that every person living with dementia, regardless of the severity of memory loss, has the ability to learn, connect, and contribute – and teach us, too!.
The Medicare-certified skilled nursing care team at Mercy Retirement and Care Center provides 24/7 professional, short-term rehabilitative stays and long-term skilled care in a comfortable, home-like setting. Our person-centered care approach values each resident as an individual, preserving their dignity and supporting their independence.
With the growing number of older adults who wish to spend their retirement years independently, age-focused communities are becoming a more practical solution. They provide older adults with security and convenience.
Our organization’s commitment to senior wellness extends to neighbors and older adults living beyond the doors of our senior living communities. Elder Care Alliance’s Care Coordination Program partners with members of local religious congregations and dioceses to provide care management services.
Our Life Enrichment programming is designed to holistically engage and enrich the mind, body, and spirit of our residents, striving to meet the eight domains of wellness: purpose, emotional, environmental, intellectual, social, physical, creative, and spiritual. With multiple opportunities every day for residents to engage with our team members in activities, no day is ever the same!