Providence, RI – March 20, 2013 Are you or a family member looking for a unique place to call “home?” United Methodist Elder Care, which has operated independent living, assisted living and skilled nursing facilities in East Providence for over 40 years, has immediate openings for affordable assisted living options at is newest facility, Arbor Hill Assisted Living.
Arbor Hill is located in the heart of historic Federal Hill area in Providence and provides housing and services for seniors of modest means. It is a fully licensed assisted living facility in the state of Rhode Island and is a member of the Rhode Island Assisted Living Association and LeadingAge RI.
It offers assisted living facilities with housing apartments for one to two persons age 62 years or more with low to moderate incomes including with full dining, personal care and medication assistance, health services, housekeeping, laundry and transportation as well as a wide-variety of planned activities and outings.
A United Methodist Elder Care resident’s family member recently commented, “This place is different than other facilities. Everyone is friendly and the staff…you can’t say enough good things about them and the quality of service they provide. In fact, they do NOT provide services, they provide family.”
Services at Arbor Hill are provided with the goal of giving residents the opportunity to maintain independence with dignity and respect in a caring community, in a place that truly feels like home. A professional staff, personalized care plans and strong emphasis on communication mean high-quality care that respects each resident's individual needs and wants. Every aspect of Arbor Hill, including the physical facility, staff selection, care levels and activities has been carefully selected and reviewed to help our residents maintain an active and engaging lifestyle.
Since 1971, the United Methodist Elder Care has been an equal opportunity of housing and care welcoming all religious, ethnic, cultural, and socio-economic backgrounds and support productive and joyful aging. Its historical connection to the New England Conference of the United Methodist Church provides the impetus of its missional perspective and commitment to human dignity and quality care.