Customized, personalized care for a fuller life, starting at just $4,015.
Assisted Living at Epworth Villa is more affordable than you think. With basic services starting at $4,015 per month, you can enjoy well-appointed suites and all the perks living at Epworth offers. Plus, we’ll work with you to design a custom care plan for you so you’ll pay for only the services you need.
We’ll meet you where you are, with services designed just for you.
Assisted Living can mean so many different things to so many people. At Epworth Villa, we take a wholistic approach to serving our residents. We evaluate each resident individually, with the goal of designing a custom program that nurtures and enhances physical, mental and spiritual health and helps each individual make the most of each and every day. As needs change, our team will adjust our programs to match.
Whether you need just a little extra help with daily tasks, such as meal reminders and other small items, or significantly higher levels of assistance with things like bathing and dressing, medication, personal grooming and more, everything we do is designed to reduce stress, encourage an active and vibrant life and offer a sense of independence that might not be possible otherwise.
Our assisted living neighborhood is an integrated extension of all that makes Epworth Villa such a friendly, welcoming place to live. Highly-trained, caring staff, well-appointed suites, and complete access to all the services and amenities we have to offer combine to help every resident get the most out of life no matter where in life they are. And on top of all that, the deep, personal relationships that are developed between residents and staff become uniquely fulfilling for everyone involved.
The staff members were friendly and knowledgeable, and truly cared about Mom’s happiness. Any concerns I had were quieted each time I’d hear her say, “Oh, I just love [so and so] in Physical Therapy!” or when she would introduce me to her favorite nurse. I slept well at night knowing I made the right decision to move Mom to Epworth.”
- Bible studies
- Church services
- Exercise classes
- Current events discussion groups
- Movie viewings
- Arts & Crafts
- Singing and cooking groups
- Fun with Words
- Tea Time
- Men’s Coffee
- Scheduled shopping and outings
The Three Most Important Questions to Ask
Starting the conversation with a loved one about moving into assisted living can be difficult. We’ve put together a list of the three most important questions to ask yourself before the conversation begins.