Riley Crossing offers senior housing options for 55+ townhomes, independent living, assisted living, short-term-stays, enhanced care suites and memory care as well as coordination of hospice and other care services.
Yes, Riley Crossing has a medication management program, which may be added to an individualized service plan and varies based on regulations. Residents participating in Riley Crossing’s medication program may choose their own pharmacy or use Riley Crossing’s preferred pharmacy provider in that region. If a resident prefers to use an alternate pharmacy, the resident and pharmacy must comply with certain requirements.
Upon move-in, our nurses and care team will assess your current health and review your medical history to see how we can best meet your needs. They will also discuss your preferences as well as your normal routines to develop a care plan that’s tailor made for you. This individualized service plan details your care plan and is regularly updated to meet your evolving needs.
We provide continued education and training, clinical care protocols and multiple quality assurance measures to reinforce our strong standards. Riley Crossing’s extensive training programs have been developed throughout the years and include; classroom, online and hands-on training, and employee shadowing and mentoring.
We have nurses either in the community or on-call 24-hours a day.
Our base rate in assisted living and memory care includes three meals a day, housekeeping, a load of personal laundry and fresh linens and towels each week, an emergency safety alert system, wellness checks, transportation to community programs, and all of our in-house activities.
The first step is to arrange a visit to Riley Crossing. You can call Lana Thomason at 952-934-7777. During your visit, we’ll talk to you about your personal circumstances and how we can meet your individual needs.
Our programming and activities will be specially designed to engage a senior’s mind, body and spirit.
Our mind activities will include games, discussion groups, outings, happy hour, and more! Riley Crossing will offer daily programming that helps our seniors stay physically active with chair yoga, walking clubs and much more. For residents that like to get in touch with their inner spirit, we will provide musical programs, classes and a variety of religious offerings.
Additionally, we will regularly plan fun and engaging activities outside of the community, such as a trip to a local park for a barbeque lunch, a scenic bus ride tour. There’s always something to look forward to!
While age varies by each community, in general, our residents are in their late 70’s to mid-80's.
In assisted living, we serve three meals a day and our dining services coordinators serve our residents restaurant-style. Emphasizing choice is important. In addition to the unique entrees featured at each meal, we also offer an “always available” menu for our residents.
As this is our residents' home, we welcome visitors and work with our family and friends to visit their loved ones at a time that works best for them.
Yes, you are welcome to bring your own pet with you! If you are comfortable caring for your pet and they are an appropriate pet for the community setting we would love for them to join our Riley Crossing family. Guidelines apply.
We work with each family to support their needs as best we can, including accommodating urgent move-ins when possible. Residents in Assisted living, Memory Care and Enhanced Care receive a full care assessment prior to moving in, which helps our care team develop his or her Individualized Plan. In some cases, a move-in can occur in as little as a day or so.
Yes, you are welcome to bring your own furniture with you as this is your home! We encourage you to design your apartment to be as comfortable and familiar as possible.
No. Our community does not require long-term lease commitments. However, most of our communities require a deposit/move-in fee upon signing the residency agreement. We also require 30 days written notice prior to moving out of the community.
Yes, we do offer short term stays at our community. A short-term stay (Stay by the Day) is a convenient option when planned or unforeseen circumstances occur such as an extended family vacation or recovery from an illness. Guests can receive assistance during an illness or rehabilitation after a hospital visit, and some of our communities offer skilled nursing for those needing more care.
Yes! At Riley Crossing, couples can live together in their own apartment surrounded by their familiar belongings. Double occupancy fees may apply.