48 spacious living accommodations make up the Golden Age Assisted Living facility. Assisted living is the perfect arrangement for those who may no longer be able to live safely at home but need only a little assistance to live life to the fullest.

Also known as "Personal Care," assisted living is a special combination of housing, personalized supportive services and health care designed to respond to the individual needs. Assisted Living is an industry term for multifamily housing with congregate and personal care services. Assisted living goes by many names, including personal care, residential care, congregate care and in some areas, board and care. It is group care for a person who cannot remain in his/her own home and who is placed in a facility licensed by the Department of Aging and Disability Services as an adult care home. Assisted Living offers choices in a residential setting about personal care and health related services. The services offered from one facility to another vary widely, but frequently include as core services meals, housekeeping and transportation and often some assistance with laundry, grooming, medication management and other functions of daily living. 

Here at Golden Age Assisted Living, we refer to assisted living as residents who live independently in apartment style accommodation, and come and go as they please. We assist them by providing three meals daily, housekeeping, safety, security and some social programs. Additional planned care, such as bathing, laundry and assistance with medication is available upon request.  We offer a supportive housing facility designed for those who need extra help in their day-to-day lives but who do not require the 24-hour skilled nursing care found in traditional nursing homes.

It is the policy of Golden Age Assisted Living to support the desire of its residents for an independent lifestyle.  In some cases a resident will not be able to meet the standards of independence required by Golden Age Assisted Living.  If such a resident is able and willing to hire or provide outside assistance in order to meet the standard, he or she should be eligible to remain at Golden Age Home Assisted Living. Examples of outside assistance include home health services, private sitters, hospice, and family members who do personal services.


  • Attendant care
  • Spacious rooms with all utilities paid excluding telephone
  • Three meals
  • Social activities
  • Laundry facilities
  • Cable television
  • On-site beauty shop
  • On-duty staff, 24/7
  • Rooms equipped with emergency call system