Assisted Living Facilities offer a housing solution for adults who need some level of assistance with one or all of the following, dressing, bathing, eating, toileting, and medication management, but do not require the intensive medical and nursing care provided in traditional nursing homes. Each resident is screened carefully to determine the level of assistance needed. We are then able to determine which building is the best fit for the resident. We take pride in our staff and facility for being able to care for individuals that have had a hard time fitting in at other facilities.
Abingdon Manor & The Renaissance House is a unique assisted living facility made up of two co-acting buildings under one licensure, each unique and equipped to best serve the needs and acuity of the resident. Both private and semi-private rooms are available to accommodate residents in living as independently as possible. The Manor building is an 80 bed 1 story facility with no steps. There is a spacious lounge, large interior wheelchair accessible open-air court yard, and 3 outdoor sitting areas. This building is geared toward those with physical disabilities or cognitive impairments that may limit their use of stairs and interaction with more mobile individuals. The Renaissance House has 65 beds and is composed of 3 floors. The interior boasts 2 large lounge areas, game room, and dance floor, while outside has a very large area for games and activities along with a raised garden bed for those residents who love gardening. This building appeals to the individuals who are young in body and spirit. Dedicated and qualified caregivers are available day and night to assist in everyday tasks and support quality of life experiences for our residents. This Facility is situated on 9+ acers nestled right in the town of Abingdon, allowing the residents the freedom for daily access to the public transit as well as any community events and amenities.
We feel that your family will enjoy frequent visits with the ease of access to local activities, as well as being impressed with the quality of care your loved one will receive.