"It was hard to make the decision to give up my home. But the people here are very kind. And there are all sorts of activities so you’ll never be bored. I like the fact that I can still make decisions. If I want my privacy, I can stay in my room. If I feel like visiting, I have plenty of friends around."
A fresh approach to long term care and rehabilitation
It’s a moment we can help you face with confidence: A loved one needs long term skilled nursing care or short term rehabilitation. At The Commons on St. Anthony, our team understands and is here for you. Here you’ll find warm, attentive staff, clean, bright, inviting spaces and comfortable, modern rooms where our residents sleep tight.
Imagine a friendly, family atmosphere cultivated by the kind attention of expert staff and a broad range of supportive programs to help people live life to the fullest. That’s what you’ll find right here.
Long term Care
- A warm, compassionate setting where all care plans are individualized
- Clinical nutritional services
- Physical, occupational and speech therapists available six days a week
- Home-like environment with private or semi-private furnished rooms with ample space to add personal items
- Common areas for family and friends to enjoy each other’s company and celebrate special occasions
- Centrally located short term rehabilitation where family members may observe the process
- Physical, occupational, and speech therapies
Alzheimer's and dementia care
- A secured, specialized unit for those who have Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia
- A wander alert system to promote safety and encourage independence
- Daily therapeutic and recreational programs designed for mental stimulation
- Fun-filled, stimulating activities geared toward wellness and independence
- Entertainment, crafts, baking, gardening, exercise, and music
- Religious services led weekly
- Safe outdoor walking paths and patio
Adult Medical Day Program
- For ages 18 and older, participants receive medical and supportive services—from skilled nursing care to therapeutic recreation—to maintain the highest level of independence while continuing to live in the community
- Case management and transportation available