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Artesia Christian Home

11614 183rd St, Artesia, CA 90701
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  • Pool
  • Memory Care

Business Description

Artesia Christian Home is a non-profit continuing care community serving Norwalk. The facility houses 65 assisted living apartments, including ground-floor studio rooms in the northern section. Southern side units are a mix of single- and double-occupancy apartments that go up to the second floor with elevator access. Residents receive grooming, communication, and medication management assistance, and undergo therapy for diabetes, dementia, and chronic health conditions. Artesia Christian Home was founded in 1951 by Reformed churches around the community.

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Southland

11701 Studebaker Rd, Norwalk, CA 90650
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  • Meal Service
  • Independent Living

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Southland is a 120-bed assisted living complex that provides assistance for seniors throughout Norwalk. Its caregivers collaborate closely with families and healthcare providers to develop comprehensive care and treatment plans in order to promote the residents' physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and social well-being. Amenities include 24-hour caregiver and medication technician coverage, custom bathing plans, daily activities and exercise, housekeeping and laundry services, and special diet programs. Respite care is also offered for family caregivers in need of a temporary break.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I be sure my loved one is well cared for in assisted living?

Be a regular visitor, and get to know the staff. Pay attention to your loved one, as well, if they say anything critical of the staff, or if you see any bruises or other signs of possible elder abuse. If you have concerns, speak first to a supervisor; if that doesn’t help, consider talking to someone at your local agency for the aging. Some facilities have ombudsmen on staff who can help deal with resident issues or complaints.

Is assisted living similar to living in an apartment?

Yes, in the sense that the resident will have a private space with one or more bedrooms, a bathroom, and possibly a kitchenette. There are spaces for couples, too, who wish to live together. The resident will, however, not be responsible for house cleaning, cooking, or other tasks of daily life.

How do residents stay busy in assisted living facilities?

A well-run assisted living facility will offer optional activities throughout the days, from exercise classes to bingo nights. The resident can choose to participate or not, as they wish. When choosing a facility, ask to see its activity schedule to get a sense of what type of offerings are available on a daily basis.

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