Westside Assisted Living, Inc.
About Westside Assisted Living, Inc.
Our purpose is to provide a comfortable home-like atmosphere for those unable to completely care for themselves. We are a very small assisted living home with 16 beds for adults and seniors. We provide 24hr staffing, medication administration, arranged transportation, laundry and cleaning, coordination of therapy with physician or therapist, recreation, assistance with ADLs, Three nutritionally balanced meals and three snacks, and monitoring of general health and safety.
Residents must be ambulatory, we have quite a few stairs at our facility so they must be pretty mobile. We encourage residents to assist in the daily routine within the home and contribute to the overall management, cleanliness and functioning of the home. At the end of the day it is their home, we like to keep our residents independence as much as possible and are more then happy to assist when needed. We like to make this a place to call home with all home cooked meals, and treat everyone like family.
Westside Assisted Living does not accept anyone in need if transfers or bowel incontinence. Resident may be urine incontinent but must be able to manage it by themselves. We have a very small staff of 8, so we just want to be sure we can give the residents the care they may need. Our staff is first aid and CPR certified also Qualified Medication Administration Person. We do not have nurses on sight. Westside Assisted Living accepts Medicaid and private pay most of the rooms are shared rooms.
Monthly Base Cost: $675
|Admin||Ms Karin Boese|
|Primary Type||Assisted Living Residence|
|Sub Type||Medicaid Certified|
|Mailing Address||Westside Assisted Living, Inc.|
2916 Laestrella Circle
Colorado Springs, CO 80917
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