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Answers to frequently asked questions.

  • What are the levels of care that are provided at Ecumen Centennial House?

    Ecumen Centennial House specializes in both Assisted Living as well as Memory Care. We provide a variety of services, including assistance with personal care, medication administration, housekeeping, laundry and meals. Our nurse completes an assessment of all potential residents—at no cost to you—then develops a care plan specific to your loved one’s current needs and reassesses as their needs change and at regular intervals.

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  • I am interested in living in your community, where should I begin?

    Please contact Nancy Solinger, our marketing manager and she will talk to you about your specific needs. She will then let you know what might be the best fit for you or your loved one. You can call Nancy at 952-542-5687 or click here to contact us online.

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  • How is it determined when a resident needs to move from Assisted Living to Memory Care?

    Our Assisted Living nursing team will recommend when Memory Care is appropriate. When the resident needs a specialized, safe and secure care environment due to the progression of Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia, we will assess them and then meet with the resident and family to discuss the options that Memory Care can provide.

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  • What makes Ecumen’s Memory Care different?

    Our award-winning Ecumen Awakenings program emphasizes human relationships and non-pharmaceutical remedies. We are driven to help re-awaken many residents whose physical and cognitive abilities have often been masked by an inappropriate use of antipsychotic drugs by exploring alternative care approaches that could provide them a better quality of life.

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  • How many meals are included in the rental price?

    Ecumen Centennial House Dining services takes great pride in the variety of choices and quality of food served. All residents living at Ecumen Centennial House receive three meals daily included in their base rent. Each dining time offers two main entrée choices, side orders, beverages and delicious dessert. There is also a large choice of assorted sandwiches, salads, and side orders in our always-available menu. Weekly menu choices are provided to residents, which encourages them to make individual choices.

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  • Do you have any doctors that come to Ecumen Centennial House?

    Ecumen Centennial House has a partnership with Bluestone Physicians Group to provide in-house Nurse Practitioner and Physician services for those who would like to switch their primary care rather than having to go out of the community for those appointments. Bluestone Physicians do accept most insurance plans. We also have a secondary provider called Onsite Services, which provides dental, hearing, vision, and podiatry visits.

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  • How quickly can I move into my new apartment within your community?

    Ecumen Centennial House prides itself in being able to meet the needs of those families requiring a quick move due to a health crisis or emergency situation. We work directly with families to complete the necessary paperwork and complete the nurse assessment as soon as possible. Our staff members understand the stress a health crisis can bring, and we work quickly to accommodate these requests. Our community offers month-to-month leases.

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If you have a question about Ecumen Centennial House in Apple Valley, Minnesota, and don’t see your FAQ answer here, please don’t hesitate to call us at 952-542-5687 or click here to contact us online to receive a personalized answer.

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