Looking for a quality senior living community can be tough work, but St. Andrew’s has got your back. With our Family Brochure, you can learn what we’re about, how we work in the St. Louis community at large, and a little bit about the senior living communities we sponsor. Through our Family Brochure, you will see how our non-profit, faith-based background can work to help you or your loved one find the perfect senior living community to fit your needs.
Collectively, our communities provide full-spectrum of care. All of our faith-based living options focus on the individual's physical health, mental health, and spiritual health; however, each community is different in its own unique way. Here are some definitions you might want to learn before searching for the right community for you:
Everyday functions and activities that people usually do without help or might need assistance at home or in a community.
Community-based care designed to meet the needs of functionally and/or cognitively impaired adults who, for their own safety and well-being, can no longer be left at home alone during the day.
A concept that advocated allowing a resident to remain in his/her home no matter what you call home, regardless of the physical and/or mental decline that may occur with the aging process.
A residential living arrangement that provides meals, housekeeping, transportation, individualized personal care, and health services for people who require assistance with activities of daily living.
Services designed to help older people live independently in their own home.
A retirement community that offers a broad range of services and levels of care based on what each resident needs over time.
An elderly person still has the physical and mental capacity to live independently, but wants companionship from others his/her age. Independent living offer specific services and amenities that cater to senior citizens and promote active, healthy senior lifestyles for the golden years.
A joint federal/state program that pays for health care for individuals and families with low incomes. assets.
The federal program that provides hospital and medical care to people age 65 or older, and to some younger people who are very ill or disabled.
Temporary or periodic care provided by a third party for people with disabilities, illnesses, dementia, or other health problems while their usual caregivers take an occasional break from their caregiving responsibilities.
A nursing facility (in most cases, a nursing home; sometimes a special unit inside a hospital) that has been certified by Medicare, with the staff and equipment to give skilled nursing care and/or skilled rehabilitation services and other health services.
While each community provides unique opportunities for our residents, all our rooted in faith.
Learn about the differences with each level of care, and see if one of our communities would suit a loved one
Senior Solutions provides seniors and their family caregivers options to address the issues of aging. With over 50 years of experience and 100+ years combined expertise, Senior Solutions has the knowledge to ensure elders retain their dignity and receive the respect they deserve.
6633 Delmar Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63130
St. Andrews & Bethesda Home Health...a unique partnership of two of the most respected and well-known not-for-profit providers of senior care, services and retirement living in St. Louis. Bethesda Health Group and St. Andrew's Resources for Seniors. Two additional partners, Cape Albeon and The Sarah Community, complete the team whose resources for home health services are unmatched in the St. Louis region. Now, seniors and their families can be assured of quality, Medicare-certified holistic and clinical care provided by dedicated professionals committed to their craft and to their clients.
1630 Des Peres Rd, Suite 200
St. Louis, MO 63131
Created With Love By St. Andrew's Resources For Seniors System