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Assisted Living Services Meets Elegance at Adult Transitions When you think of assisted living, you probably don’t imagine features like a baby  Read More...

Availability: Yes
Private Rooms Availability: 5
Semi-Private Rooms Availability: 1

Size of Community: 10 residents
Resident to Staff Ratio: 03-1

Rates Starting at: $2800.
ALTCS/Medicaid: No

Type of community: Alzheimer's/Memory Care, Respite/Short Term Stay, Assisted Living, Hospice

License number: AL1598H

Type of community: Alzheimer's/Memory Care, Respite/Short Term Stay, Assisted Living, Hospice

Pets allowed: Dogs

Recreation: Media Room, Beauty Salon/Barber, Outdoor Patios, Outdoor garden

Amenities: Housekeeping services, Laundry service, WiFi/Internet, Exercise classes, Lounge

Residence: Private rooms with shared bathrooms, Shared rooms with shared bathrooms, Shared Home, Residents may bring their own furniture

Room Amenities: Cable hook up, Bedside call system, Wheel in shower, Door Alarms

Price: From $2800/Month, All inclusive

This is the minimum price for this facility - fee's increase based on the level of care.

Physician Care: By routine visit

Activities of daily living: Foot Care, Dressing, Assistance walking, Toileting, Bathing, Medication management, Shaving, Tray service

Transportation: To medical appointments, Entertainment, Other appointments, Shopping, Resident Parking

Full Activity Calendars: Bingo, Movie night, Outside day trips, Arts and crafts

Religious Affiliation: Nondenominational

Assisted Living Services Meets Elegance at Adult Transitions

When you think of assisted living, you probably don’t imagine features like a baby grand piano in the living room or private rooms for residents, but this is precisely what is delivered at Adult Transitions Assisted Living in Tempe, Arizona.

The owners and staff at Adult Transitions focus on maintaining this private, 3000-square-foot assisted living home functioning like any other family home. Residents generally eat all three meals together like a family and everyone pretty much rests and sleeps on similar schedules.

What’s different? For starters, our residents enjoy performances from a professional pianist/singer once or twice each week (that’s why there’s a baby grand). Chair exercises and other activities are encouraged daily. Plus, we have an unusual “wide-open” access policy that gives family members 24-hour access to the house.

Care That Really Delivers Peace of Mind

It goes without saying: assisted living is meant to provide peace of mind for residents and their families and friends.

Potential residents are relieved to hear of our no nonsense staffing pattern. One of our newest staff member’s has been with us for two years and others have had four and ten years with Adult Transitions. All are certified caregivers.

We treat our staff as the professionals they are. They receive vacation and holiday pay and are offered the option for Medical/Dental/Vision and Life insurance benefits.

We treat our staff as the professionals they are. We have created an environment where staff are well supported, like their job, and give us their best. They provide exceptionally high-quality care for the full range of ADL (activities of daily living) services:

  • Personal Laundry/Linen service

  • Hygiene/Grooming

  • Dressing

  • Toileting

  • Mobility/Transferring

  • Nutrition/Dining

  • Medication management and coordination with medical personnel

  • The facility is licensed for all levels of care. Adult Transitions’ owner, Javier F Perez, PhD, is a licensed psychologist.

    Residents can opt to continue care with their established medical providers. Mobile medical providers for PCP, lab work, x-rays, and dental can be arranged to come to the facility.

    Comfortable, Private Rooms for Everyone

    The facility, its grounds, common areas, and residents’ rooms are kept scrupulously clean. Our home features two accessible full bathrooms and one half bath that residents share.

    We provide care 24X7, so a caregiver is always onsite to respond to emergencies. During night hours, the on-call staff conducts rounds at a minimum of every four hours. Staff will stay with residents who might experience anxieties or other issues at night.

    Socializing and Activities Residents Truly Enjoy

    As we mentioned, we have that grand piano and a regular professional with a repertoire that includes lots of songs from the 1930s and 1940s. This gets feet tapping and hands clapping!
    We encourage residents to participate in chair exercises as their abilities permit. We recognize that some days are better than others, and adjust activities accordingly.

    Our residents also enjoy Bingo, Bunko, arts and crafts, and afternoon or evening movies.
    Meals are still the main times for socializing. We serve three home-cooked meals a day and offer snacks throughout the day. We also ensure residents are properly hydrated at all times.

    Breakfast and lunch are the largest meals of the day, providing residents with the energy they need for the rest of the day. We serve three tasty, nutritious meals daily. Deserts are not forgotten!

    Dinner is a smaller meal, which residents prefer. We ask residents and their family members to share about favorite food choices so they can be included and rotated in the menu.

    We invite you to come visit our home, Adult Transitions Assisted Living in Tempe to see for yourself!

    what to look for in housing

    Here are some helpful hints.

    • Do Residents Appear Happy
    • Accessibility, Walkers and Wheel Chairs
    • Ramps and Rails
    • Activity Schedule
    • Medication Management
    • Staff to Patient Ratio
    • Competent Kitchen
    • Care Management
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