An Area Leader In Continuing Care
St. Anne’s campus boasts two enhanced assisted living centers
Enhanced assisted living, a relatively new kind of care, is the midpoint between assisted living and skilled nursing. Residents live independently in their own apartments but receive round-the-clock assistance with the activities of daily life, medication management, and intermittent nursing care.
Mission Court, two stories, 26 apartments, and Providence Court, three stories, 50 apartments, are both Community Based Residential Facilities (commonly called CBRFs), which use a holistic approach to residential community care.
Their spacious studio apartments, each with private bathrooms and kitchenettes (including microwaves and refrigerators), provide residents privacy and freedom, while shared living areas within each building--den, parlor, dining room, library, activity room--offer residents opportunities for social interaction. Other amenities include meals, housekeeping, laundry services, spa, and organized activities based upon personal choices and needs.