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Ashley ManorAshley Manor Contact: Marcy Sullivan
Ashley Manor was created to make a difference in the lives of those suffering with memory loss and their families. The Founders started Ashley Manor because they wanted a residential care facility in which they could place their loved ones that dealt with dementia. They were not pleased with the type of care available to their Mom, Dad and Grandfather. However, after an intensive study and collaboration with individuals that had extensive knowledge and experience of Alzheimer’s and other dementias, a dream to create facilities where they could place their loved ones was realized. That place was and is Ashley Manor Care Centers, and those relatives placed, like all other residents, were given the best of care for the rest of their lives.
We are committed to providing clean, modern, home-like living environments; a loving, caring staff; and specialized state of the art therapies and care programs which provide enhanced health, personal dignity and safety for our residents and peace of mind for our families.
- Assistance with all activities of daily living
- Private or semi-private suites
- Specialized continuing education for Staff
- Linen, laundry and housekeeping services
- Medication and oxygen assistance
- Incontinence and behavior management
- Individual specialized activities and therapies
- 3 nutritious home-cooked meals a day, plus snack
- 24-hour on-call nursing assistance
- 24-hour care & supervision by trained staff
- High-tech alarm systems
- Secured backyards with tranquil walking paths and patios
- Home health and hospice available
- Specialized diets available
- Wheel Chair Accessible
Techniques and Therapies
Music Therapy: We incorporate Resident Appropriate Music , with sensitivity of rhythms and beats, to maximize calm behaviors
Light Therapy: Natural lighting spectrum, that replicates natural sunlight, is used throughout the facilities to diminish Sundowners, create more energy, and improve sleep patterns
Reminiscence Therapy: This therapy slows down the progression of memory loss through brain exercise and stimulation.
Hydration Therapy: Allows better balance- less infections- less skin tears- minimizes behaviors
Customized Activities: Keeps minds and bodies active and life more meaningful
Small Home-Like Facilities: Each home is designed to provide peace, comfort and less confusion in daily activities.
Assisting Angels Home Care, Inc.Assisting Angels Home Care, Inc. Contact: Brenda Critell
Quality In Home Care
When seniors or others need long or short-term assistance with their daily living needs, home is the most comfortable and convenient place to receive care.
Assisting Angels provides personal care, bath aide services, companion care and homemaker services to seniors, the disabled, those recovering from surgery, and others. We specialize in caring for victims of Alzheimer’s/Dementia, Stroke and ALS Disease. Options include hourly care from 1 hour – 24 hours. Live-In care is also an option at a reduced rate.
Emergency service is always available after hours and on weekends.
Get Peace of Mind
Our compassionate and dependable caregivers provide our clients with loving care and assistance to help make their lives easier and to retain their independence, while providing their families with the peace of mind that their loved ones are safe. All of our caregivers are carefully screened, bonded and insured so you can trust you are getting the best possible assistance.
Located in Idaho, Assisting Angels was founded in 2006 and is a locally owned and operated business serving the entire Treasure Valley.
Connie BevinsGrief Recovery Method
Boise At HomeBoise At Home Contact: Diane Ronayne
Robin BrownLegal Guardian
Caring Transitions of Treasure ValleyCaring Transitions of Treasure Valley Contact: Albert Dickson
Dee ChildersOwner/Care Consultant Life Changes Elder Care Consulting, LLC
Life Changes provides professional geriatric care management; the process of planning and coordinating the care of the elderly to improve their quality of life and maintain their independence for as long as possible. Aging adults, especially those suffering from illness, disability or dementia, need special care that respects their health and wellbeing. We work with families around the country to assess, select, and manage the specific needs of our elders. Life Changes offers you the professional help you need as caregivers to manage and support the needs of those you love.
Dee received a BS from the University of Utah and a MS in Marriage and Family Therapy from the Phillips Graduate Institute Therapy. She comes to this profession from 30 years in corporate America as a Human Resources Executive with extensive experience in interpersonal dynamics, crisis management, conflict resolution, mediation, benefits, and health and safety. She worked as a Marriage and Family Therapist for six years. She has been a caregiver for several years, including to her own parents. She personally understands the demands and emotional turmoil of caregiving and the tolls it takes on you, your aging loved one and the family. She is a court ordered Guardian and Conservator, with experience with the legal and medical systems. Dee also serves on the board of Friend in Action, a non-profit providing respite caregiving, Idaho Guardians and Fiduciary Association, and JAVA, the Justice Alliance for Vulnerable Adults. She is a member of the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers, HAPPEN, Friends, Idaho Mediators Association, and Toastmasters.
Robin CookCertified Public Accountant / Conservator Personal Accounting Solutions
Finch and Associates Law Office, PLLCFinch and Associates Law Office, PLLC Contact: Michelle Finch
Finch & Associates is a full service family law, elder law, and estate planning law firm. Concentrating on Family Law, Elder Law, Guardianships and Conservatorships, Estate and Trust Administration, Special Needs Trusts and Probate, our firm helps individuals and families plan for life, overcome the legal challenges brought about with family transitions, special needs, aging, incapacity, and death.
We routinely represent clients in the areas of divorce and custody matters, estate planning, creation of wills and trusts, incapacity planning, preparation of advance directives and powers of attorney, elder law, Medicaid planning, guardianship and conservatorship for developmentally disabled and incapacitated persons, probates, estate administration, will contests, probate and trust litigation, and contested guardianship matters.
By actively listening to our clients, we guide our clients through the legal process, whether that is simply creating a plan to ensure that the most important things in their life, everyone they love and everything they owned, are cared for, or representing them in the legal system to protect their property and family members in divorce, custody, guardianship and probate matters.