If you or your loved one are in need of assistance with daily living activities, then Blue Ridge Assisted Living assisted living is the right lifestyle option for you. Not only do residents enjoy the luxuries of a host of included features such as three delicious meals in our “Sensations” dining rooms, a full calendar of daily activities and events, concierge services, weekly housekeeping and complimentary scheduled trips, they also receive personalized care services such as showering or bathing assistance, medication management, continence management, glucose and insulin management, and linen service. All of these services are supported by our dedicated 24-hour professional health and wellness team delivering exceptional care to your loved one. After all, care is the foundation of all we do.
Blue Ridge Assisted Living offers a variety of floor plans ranging from cozy suites to spacious one or two-bedroom apartment homes, each with a kitchenette including a refrigerator, spacious living areas and generously sized bathrooms.
Your Assisted Living Services Can Include:
- 24-Hour Nursing
- On-Site Medical and Therapy Services Available
- Emergency Call System
- Showering and Bathing Assistance
- Personal Grooming Assistance
- Dressing and Clothing Selection Assistance
- Assistance with Eating
- Mobility and Transfer Assistance
- Medication Management
- Continence Management
- Sensations Dining Room with Delicious Meals Served Tableside
- Full Calendar of Social and Recreational Activities
- Scheduled Day Trips and Recreational Outings
- Small Pets Always Welcome
- Village Clubhouse with Professional Team Available 24 Hours a Day
- Multi-function Arts, Crafts, and Game Area
- Inviting Living Rooms and Common Areas
- Professional Beauty Salon and Barber Shop
- Beautiful Landscaped Grounds
- Friendly Concierge Services
- Weekly Housekeeping
- Trash Removal
- Floor Plans
Are you a wartime veteran or surviving spouse of one?
You may be eligible for the VA Aid and Attendance Benefit to help pay for required in-home care, assisted living communities or skilled nursing. To learn more, visit the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs website.