St. Louis Park Seniors Respite Care
Minnesota Respite Care provides specific short-term care and intervention strategies to a person due to the need for relief and support of the caregiver and/or protection of the person or others living with that person. Whether for a few hours or several days, respite care provides caregivers with needed relief.
|The Estates at St. Louis Park|
The Estates at St. Louis Park is a skilled nursing facility located in St. Louis Park, Minnesota. We are conveniently located next to beautiful Aquila Park and less than three miles from Park Nicollet Methodist Hospital. Our facility offers quality long-term care, and in addition, we offer short-term rehabilitation for those recovering from an illness or surgery, such as joint replacement. At St. Louis Park, we offer many services, including physical, speech and occupational therapy, wound care and an Alzheimer’s care unit. We understand how important it is to maintain hobbies and interests, so we offer many different outings and onsite activities for our patients and residents. Residents of our Alzheimer's Care Units will experience a beautifully designed and secure area that helps manage the behaviors associated with dementia and maintain cognitive and physical functionality, so the individual can live with respect and dignity.
Address: 3201 Virginia Ave. S, St. Louis Park, MN 55426
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