The Manse on Marsh is both an independent living facility and an assisted living facility. The facility’s goal is to help with every aspect of the a resident’s life. They are more than happy to help sell a resident’s home by staging the home, finding a trustworthy realtor, and anything else they can assist with. The Manse also takes every resident and their family through an introductory process that acclimates them to their new surrounding. In order to help with this process, the Manse will do things like make sure families and residents understand their VA benefits and they will help them find the best way to afford a comfortable senior living situation.
One aspect that makes the Manse stand out from other similar facilities is the fact that they give additional benefits to residents like the fact that they can keep their pets with them in their new home. The cost of rent per month ranges from 2,700 dollars to 5,700 dollars. There are additional fees for additional services. And one thing that residents can stop doing once they come to live at the Manse is cleaning. There is weekly housekeeping and a laundry service for both clothes and linens. And if necessary, there are private services that can be arranged for cleaning and laundry as well.
The Manse on Marsh blog shows how they take family of residents seriously and they are more than happy for them to enjoy a meal with a resident or even stay overnight. And guests never need to worry about parking as there is more than enough. While guests are visiting, residents can take them to various classes they might attend. These include classes for fitness, for craft making and woodwork, for art, for outings into the surrounding area and other activities like playing musical instruments, games, partaking in religious services, lectures and discussions, book club or yoga.
One major issue that the Manse avoids is food issues, as reported by SeniorHousingNet. Several senior living facilities have limited eating options. The Manse has rooms with kitchens and kitchenettes for residents who prefer to make their own food. Residents can also get their food delivered to their room if they would like to have a quite evening in or do not feel up to interacting with the other residents. If a resident would like to partake in social activities, they can eat all 3 meals in the dining room or take their lunch in the bistro, if they prefer. Contact The Manse on their official website.