Assisted living at Garden Place Waterloo in Waterloo, Illinois

Assisted Living - Person Centered Care

Tailored For You, When You Need It

Person-centered care is a holistic approach that focuses on enhancing the dimensions of one’s health and well-being, which includes:

  • Creative being
  • Intellectual being
  • Social wellness
  • Spiritual being
  • Physical health

Person-centered care encompasses the activities and services planned according to each resident’s personal preferences and values. This approach honors each person’s choice, dignity and individuality, which enhances both quality of care and life.

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Garden Place Waterloo


735 Columbia Ave Waterloo, IL 62298

Resident making a wreath look like the American flag at Garden Place Waterloo in Waterloo, Illinois.

Benefits of Garden Place Waterloo Assisted Living include:

  • 24/7 staffing available at all times
  • 24/7 security
  • 3 delicious meals a day and snacks
  • Weekly housekeeping
  • Assistance with needs of daily living. (assistance with dressing, bathing, medication management, mobility assistance, and more!)
  • Social programs designed to keep people active and engaged in life and their surroundings
  • Tailoring of services to the individual needs of each person
  • Maintenance of your lifestyle and connection to the greater community (assistance with transportation, shopping, recreation, and volunteerism are just a few examples)
  • Extended ‘family’ to care and watch out for each person’s safety and well-being
  • Regular communication with long-distance family members
  • Help prevent major disasters that sometimes happen when people live alone
  • Monitoring of health and general well-being
  • A “Growth and Wellness Plan” is created in partnership with you to discuss which services will meet your needs

What Person-Centered Care Means for Older Adults

From the individual perspective, this type of care includes the following practices and principles:

  1. I have the right to determine how best to meet my needs
  2. It must include me, my family and care team in decision-making
  3. My care must be empowering, nurturing and respectful
  4. My care should optimize my physical and psychosocial well-being
  5. “Nothing about me, without me.”

Older adults are saying, “See me for the person I am. See me for all the things I believe in, care about and love to do… Please don’t diminish my personhood just because I need some assistance with activities of daily living.”

Assisted Living is designed for assistance only when you need it. Level of care services are based on your care needs for things such as:

  • Medication assistance
  • Assistance dressing
  • Continence care
  • Assistance with mobility
  • Assistance bathing
  • And more

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