FAQs

Under what license does ALC operate?

Comprehensive Home Care http://www.health.state.mn.us/divs/fpc/homecare/providers/compstatementserv.pdf

Housing with Services http://www.health.state.mn.us/divs/fpc/homecare/…/houswithsvcsguide.pdf

Adult Day Services http://www.dhs.state.mn.us/main

How is ALC staffed?

We operate under a RN Director who supervises, trains, and oversees all caregivers. We have additional licensed nurses who provide care, assessments of cares for residents, and coordinate health services for residents. We offer 24-hour onsite care.

Are meals included?

Yes. ALC provides three home cooked meals a day and snacks throughout the day

What kind of parking is available?

We offer off street parking and have capability for plug-in heater in cold weather

Is there a chaplain?

We have three local pastors in the community who are available for chaplain services.

What type of celebrations/holidays are held?

We celebrate everyday at ALC, but we also have special celebrations including birthdays, holiday family dinners, seasonal community events which include games, music, and of course, food, and a weekly community coffee.

What is a typical day at ALC?

Residents have an open morning to rise, get ready, eat breakfast, get assistance with medications and ADL’s, depending on individual needs. Morning activities start at 10:00 AM.  A home cooked dinner is served at noon. After lunch, a variety of activities such as shopping trips, outings, Bible studies, board games, puzzles, gardening, or reading circles are offered.  Residents are encouraged to help in meal preparation for supper served at 5:30 PM. Evenings typically are filled with Wheel of Fortune, socializing, local news, and preparing to retire at the resident’s leisure. There are community activities also available such as local church services, community coffee, bingo, senior cards, and senior citizen monthly meetings.

 

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