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Dream Catcher Assisted Living Home | Scottsdale Dream Catcher Assisted Living Home LLC is a boutique residential assisted living facility  Read More...

Availability: Yes
Private Rooms Availability: 1

Size of Community: 10 residents
Resident to Staff Ratio: 10-2

Rates Starting at: $4200.
ALTCS/Medicaid: Yes

Type of community: Alzheimer's/Memory Care, Assisted Living, Hospice

License number: AL2440H

Type of community: Alzheimer's/Memory Care, Assisted Living, Hospice

Pets allowed: Dogs

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

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

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

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

Price: From $4200/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

Full Activity Calendars: Bingo, Movie night, Arts and crafts

Religious Affiliation: Nondenominational

Dream Catcher Assisted Living Home | Scottsdale

Dream Catcher Assisted Living Home LLC is a boutique residential assisted living facility licensed by the State of Arizona for 10 residents. Dream Catcher was created by owner, manager Gaile Perry Dixon in 1999 to care for her great Aunt Mary, after Gaile could not find an appropriate, loving, caring environment for her. Dream Catcher is boutique because Gaile does not franchise, nor own and manage numerous facilities.

We are a 4,000+ square foot 10 bedroom single family home nestled in a beautiful residential Scottsdale/Phoenix neighborhood. Dream Catcher is licensed for the highest level of care (Directed Care) authorized by the State of Arizona. This means we can, almost without exception, manage increased care needs without transferring residents to a nursing home as their care needs increase.

Licensed Assisted Living Facility in

We are fully licensed as an Assisted Living Facility by the State of Arizona, but our facilities in Scottsdale are distinctly different from other assisted living homes you will find in the Valley today. Our staffing quality and ratio is one of the highest in the industry. For our 10 residents, Dream Catcher has 7-8 certified caregivers in addition to a floor manager with both a nursing and assisted living background, and Gaile as the Licensed Manager. That equates to a ratio of 1-3 to 1-5 caregivers per resident for resident care during the day, and 1 awake night staff for our 10 residents.

Senior Retirement Lifestyle

Dream Catcher exists to give a more social, and more personalized lifestyle to our residents. Our residents come first, and we back that up by providing service which we believe is the best in the industry. We are not a nursing home, we are not an institution, and we are not a warehouse for the elderly. Dream Catcher was created, and continues to keep family and residents close to us, and protected by us.

Dream Catcher is a place for the frail, vulnerable and elderly to come to live. And, our house rule is that if you don’t eat your dinner, you get two desserts (sugar free if you are diabetic!). And, we smell good. We are Dream Catcher.


Reviewed By: sue
Reviewed On: March 24, 2019 at 1:02 am

Great place for elderly, lovely back yard that my Dad and Mom loved.

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  • 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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