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Heritage Place of Roseville: Once you’re here, you’ll want to stay
Heritage Place of Roseville
563 County Road B West
When someone finds the perfect place to call home, there’s no reason for them to leave. And at Good Samaritan Society - Heritage Place of Roseville, seniors have the ability to stay as long as they want.
The not-for-profit faith-based organization offers a continuum of service for independent seniors with options to add assistive or medical services as needed or desired, which enables tenants to avoid another move.
“We offer a variety of options and choices so tenants can completely choose the lifestyle they want,” notes marketing director Cindy Donovan.
Tenants can remain in their spacious one- and two-bedroom apartments. Heritage Place tenants also have priority admission access to the nearby care center, Good Samaritan Society - Maplewood.
New tenants will enjoy $1,000 in moving services from a trusted moving company. Utilities, including satellite TV and WiFi, along with a personal response system are included. Apartments are furnished with all major appliances, including a washer and dryer in every unit. And underground parking, a guest suite, services at the on-site beauty salon/barber shop, housekeeping services and catering are available for an extra fee.
At Heritage Place of Roseville, tenants will find a relaxed, homey atmosphere where they can be as social or as private as they’d like. The secure building isn’t difficult to navigate so it doesn’t feel like a huge complex.
“This really appeals to people who prefer a more relaxed atmosphere and single direction hallways,” Donovan says.
Home care services, such as bathing/dressing assistance, meal preparation, or medication reminders and dispensing, are available a la carte. And Heritage Place of Roseville also offers tenants the choice of utilizing the latest technology in a camera-less monitoring system to enhance safety and wellness.
Residents also have a multitude of choices when it comes to activities, whether it be art programs, the learning and discussion gathering “Brunch for Brain,” concerts at Nicollet Island, fitness activities, education opportunities, religious services, movies, or simply a visit to the park right across the street.
“We try to mix up the types of activities we offer,” Donovan explains. Transportation to and from activities and other appointments is available, and some activities — including massages, foot care or therapy — are offered occasionally in common areas or can be done in tenants’ apartments.
Food choices at Heritage Place of Roseville are also extensive, with no meal minimums, and complementary breakfast every morning.
“Their food is not only good, but they do a wonderful job of varying the meal selection,” says Heritage Place resident Ed Leach.
Leach also praised the staff at Heritage Place, some of whom, including Donovan and executive manager Lauren Pahnke, have worked for Good Samaritan for many years.
“Helping people find a home where they enjoy comfort, safety, contentment and wonderful friendships in retirement has always been the most rewarding career choice,” Donovan says.
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