ASSISTED LIVING ON BROADWAY
Memory Care Residential Home In Littleton
If you are interested in learning more about Assisted Living on Broadway, or other senior communities and facilities in Littleton, please call senior advisor Marnie Biln, (303) 222-5281, to schedule a free consultation. Marnie helps seniors and their families find the best community or facility, based on their needs, and preferences and there’s never a charge for her senior placement services.
Memory care requires an increased level of assistance, and Assisted Living on Broadway has been providing that for seniors since 2014.
This residential care home in Littleton (near Broadway and Arapahoe Road) is owned and operated by a registered nurse. The RN administrator is at the home regularly and on call 24/7.
The memory care home can accommodate up to 12 residents, with options of private or shared rooms (all of which have shared bathrooms). Residents’ rooms are light and bright, have high ceilings, and can be furnished, at no extra cost.
The caregiving staff receives training on a regular basis in order to better understand and respond to the needs of people who are experiencing memory loss, dementia, or Alzheimer’s.
Daily records are kept of each resident’s routine, including food intake. The RN administrator keeps an eye on these records and also can coordinate wound care, diabetic care, skilled nursing, and therapy services with home health care agencies. Geriatric primary care physicians visit regularly, and other optional services include RN foot care, dental hygiene, optometry, and hair and nails.
At Assisted Living on Broadway, three delicious meals a day are prepared in an open kitchen and shared, family-style. Menus are customized to residents’ preferences, and some special diets can be accommodated.
Specialized activities for dementia are offered every day, and musicians and other entertainers come in on a regular basis. There’s a secure outdoor area at the home, with a covered porch, pavilion, and walking area.
Smoking is permitted at Assisted Living on Broadway, but only in outdoor, designated areas.
Pets aren’t allowed at Assisted Living on Broadway, but they’re welcome to come in and visit!
Note: Assisted Living on Broadway is a Medicaid certified residential care home and does accept Medicaid under certain conditions. Ask Assisted Living on Broadway for details.
Name of Facility or Community: Assisted Living on Broadway
Type of Facility: Memory Care (in a “Board and Care” environment)
Phone: (720) 900-3951
Address: 7120 South Broadway, Littleton, Colorado, 80122
Nearby Major Cross-Streets: Broadway and Arapahoe Road
Cost: At Assisted Living on Broadway, the cost is $4,600–$5,100 per month for a private room. The cost is $3,900 per month for a shared room.
Types of Units: Shared rooms or private rooms, all of which have shared bathrooms.
Size of Facility: 12 residents.
Ratio of Staff to Residents: During the day, the ratio is 1 staff member to 6 residents. Overnight, the, the ratio is 1 staff member (who is awake) to 12 residents. The administrator, who is a registered nurse, is regularly at the home and on call 24/7.
Meals and Dining Options: 3 home-cooked, delicious and nutritious meals (and snacks) are included in the monthly cost. Menus are customized to residents’ preferences, and some special diets can be accommodated.
Amenities: At Assisted Living on Broadway, there’s a secure outdoor area with a covered porch, pavilion, and walking area. The common area inside the home includes a large, open, and inviting space where residents can participate in activities, visit, take in the sights and smells of the kitchen, and dine together family style. The residents’ rooms have high ceilings and are light and bright. Rooms can be furnished, at no extra cost.
Regularly Scheduled Activities: Activities are scheduled daily, and residents are encouraged to participate. Specialized activities for dementia are offered, across the five domains of functioning: Cognitive Stimulation, Life Skills, Motor Movement and Fitness, Sensory Stimulation, and Socialization. Musicians and other entertainers come to Assisted Living on Broadway on a regular basis.
Individual Transportation: None
Group Transportation: None
On-Site Services: There are geriatric, primary care physicians who regularly visit to treat residents at the home. It’s not required that residents receive care from these doctors, but it’s an effective and convenient option for residents and families. Other optional services for residents include: RN foot care, dental hygiene and dental services, optometry, and a hair and nail stylist.
Pet Policies: No, residents can’t have pets at Assisted Living on Broadway, but pets are allowed to visit.
Smoking: Yes, smoking is permitted at Assisted Living on Broadway.
Smoking Policies: Smoking is allowed only in outdoor, designated areas (which are covered).
Religious Affiliation/Options: There are no religious affiliations or options.
Emergency Call System: No
Assistance With Medications: Yes, assistance with medications is included in the monthly fee.
Memory Care: Yes, memory care is provided.
Incontinence Care: Yes, incontinence care is included in the monthly fee. Families are responsible for providing incontinence products and supplies.
Wound Care: If wound care is necessary, the RN administrator will coordinate with a home health agency to provide the care through the resident’s insurance.
Diabetic Care: If diabetic care is necessary, the RN administrator will coordinate with a home health agency to provide the care through the resident’s insurance. Some cases of diabetes management are beyond the capabilities of home health and may require a higher level of care.
Therapy Services: Physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy services can be brought in. The RN administrator will coordinate with the agency providing care.
Skilled Nursing Services: No, but home health agencies can provide skilled nursing services as needed. The RN administrator will coordinate with the agency providing care. Certain skilled nursing services are beyond the capabilities of home health and may require a higher level of care.
Hospice and Palliative Care: Yes, hospice care and palliative care can be brought in.
Secured Environment: Yes, the environment is secured at Assisted Living on Broadway.
Year Built/Opened: Assisted Living on Broadway opened in 2014.
Lease Terms The lease term at Assisted Living on Broadway is month-to-month. The facility or the resident can terminate the least at any point, with 30 days notice.
Age Restrictions: No, there are not any age restrictions at Assisted Living on Broadway.
Accepts Medicaid: Yes, Assisted Living on Broadway is a Medicaid certified home and accepts Medicaid, under certain conditions. Ask Assisted Living on Broadway for details.