At St. Anthony’s Gardens, we inspire you to get the most out of life. We encourage you to live fully, no matter your abilities or limitations. Often, with a little help from our staff and resources, our residents find they can do more than they thought possible.
To help determine the right options for you at St. Anthony’s Gardens, consider the features of our three levels of care: Independent Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care. Some activities have been affected by COVID-19, so check out the latest resources here.
Independent Living means you are free to live the life you’ve always wanted. Now that your day-to-day home maintenance is taken care of, you can explore new passions and spend your retirement living with purpose.
Here are just a few of the options available for residents:
For seniors who need assistance with the activities of daily living, St. Anthony’s Gardens offers the privacy of a well-appointed residence, but with a helping hand when needed. We focus on creating a purpose-driven lifestyle with a strong spiritual support base and all the supportive services you need to continue living as independently as possible.
Your monthly fee includes all the basic services to make life easier and more enjoyable and higher levels of support are available to ensure safety and continued independence.
Along with many of the social activities listed under Independent Living, Assisted Living includes:
In our secure Memory Care neighborhood at St. Anthony’s Gardens, our highly trained, kind and caring team is dedicated to life-affirming activities to enrich the lives of our residents. Our approach is to provide private residences and personalized care that is person-centered and activity-focused. Services include:
On Saturday, Nov. 7, St. Anthony’s Gardens is hosting a special drive-by donation event featuring Rolling ConesIce Cream Co. All proceeds will benefit the Alzheimer’s Association of Louisiana. More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s, and more than 16 million friends and family help provide care for them. With your kind donations, we will be one step closer to envisioning a world without dementia. Be sure to join us from 2-4 p.m. on Nov. 7!
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