New Hope is a family owned company with many years of experience in the healthcare industry. A passion for seniors and a long history of senior care-giving eventually led to the development of New Hope Assisted Living.
The facility holds a license as a small type B assisted living facility, enabling the ability for residents to age in place. The owners actively participate in daily care operations to ensure high standards of service and maintain the highest quality of care for the residents.
Our Work Is Our Passion
The opportunity to care for seniors has many rewards. At numerous times, we receive a gentle smile or a look of thankfulness on a residents face. Moments like these are cherished and bring us great joy in the workplace. We feel blessed to provide care services to seniors and we strive to attend to each individual’s different needs.
Our goal is to meet the resident’s individual needs by knowing and attending to each residents comprehensive care assessment established by the individual, family and or staff members. We accomplish this by interacting with the residents and family members in the facility daily, ensuring the residents needs are met with the utmost respect and dignity. Our hope is to continue blessing the adult community with our commitment to provide compassionate senior care services for years to come.
Leaders in Senior Care
The staff at New Hope receives the most up to date training in the specialties of mental health, dementia, Alzheimer disease, Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s Chorea disease, Picks disease, Diffuse Lewy Body disease, Vascular dementia, Creutzfeldt-Jacob disease and head trauma injury.
Understanding the particular disease or diseases of an individual resident allows us to better plan the care services for that person. No two residents are completely alike; however common symptoms or processes for a particular disease are likely to appear at some given time in the course of a dementia related illness.
Knowing what to expect in a particular illness helps us to accurately support the resident when they progress through a disease and guide their family members through this difficult process.
The emotional strain that comes along with the slow process of dementia is all too well known, and can be overwhelming for the family and the resident. At New Hope, we have in depth knowledge and experience to care for your loved one. Our friendly staff can help you as you face and endure the onset of new challenges your loved one will need in their Alzheimer’s or dementia care.
New Hope encourages family members to participate in their loved ones life as it is important for each resident to continue being involved with their family. Distressed family members are connected with local support groups to help them better understand the dementia stages and help ease related emotional tension.