St. Anthony's Gardens proudly serves luxury-level amenities with the added convenience of no buy-in fees. With dedicated licensed nurses 24/7 in Assisted Living and Memory Care neighborhoods, we offer peace of mind to our residents and their families knowing that professional care is available on-site. We are proud to rank as the top winner of the Reader Rankings in the category of "Best Retirement Community" in 2020. Our faith-based, not-for-profit senior living community located in the Northshore also offers an on-site Resident Care Clinic staffed by the St. Tammany Health System.
The best time to move to any retirement community is when seniors are still independent, active and in good health. St. Anthony’s Gardens is the perfect choice for anyone who desires to remain connected to the Northshore in Covington, and stay engaged in familiar activities. Best of all, it’s conveniently located next door to the new Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church and close to local hospitals and other medical services. The exceptional lifestyle will offer the time and opportunities to discover new talents and make new friends.
As recommended by AARP, you should ask your parents questions that might help start the conversation. You would not ask all these questions in one sitting, but use them as a guide for topics of conversation when the moment is right. Here are a few examples:
Absolutely. We encourage new residents to make themselves at home by furnishing or decorating their residence as they choose. Residents at St. Anthony’s Gardens have their choice of apartment floor plans in Independent Living and Assisted Living, plus comfortable suites for Memory Care. Click here to view our floor plans.Did you Know? Our Independent Living residents particularly enjoy our full-size kitchen appliances and in-unit washer & dryers!
Furry and feathered friends are most welcome at St. Anthony’s! There are a few weight and size restrictions, so just give us a call and we can give you the details.
A few factors to watch for: a senior who suddenly stops doing a longtime hobby, or withdraws. Sudden weight loss. Change in grooming habits. A house in disorder. An inability to follow conversations. If you suspect memory loss is disrupting your loved one’s daily routine, it could be time to seek medical advice.
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