Personalized Quality Care
Our senior assisted living home in Nashville provides intimate care that is conducive to a better quality of life, for you, your family and the community.
Is Harpeth Manor right for us?
It can be really difficult to think about what is best for your loved one and then finding the right home for them can be even harder. We want to help simplify that process for you. Below you will find examples of why a family might chose us as their new home. Your situation might be different, every family is unique, but if you feel we might be a good choice for your loved one, we would love to talk to you about how our senior assisted living home might be a good fit for your loved one.
Ruth is 75 years old and her husband recently passed. She loves her home, but she is unable to care for it anymore and her daughter, Judy, worries about her constantly. She wants her to be in a home where she might make some friends, but does not want her to live in a place that feels like a hospital and where the nurses are always bothering the residents. She wants someone to be able to care for her mom as she would.
Shirley is 80 years old, has dementia, and lives with her daughter's family. Her family worries that they can no longer care for her as they don't always remember to give her her medicine. She is not at risk for leaving her home, but she is not aware enough to care for herself. Because of this, her family wants a place that will help her complete daily tasks, but does not want a facility that will confine her to one area. She loves to bake and do puzzles so her family is looking for a home that will provide activities daily and allow her to feel at home.
Fred is 90 years old and is on a lot of medication for his heart. His son worries about him taking so many medications. His current assisted living checks in on him daily to make sure he has dinner, but they do not do a great job of making sure he takes the correct dose of medication on time each day. His home is far from the dining facilities so he often sits by himself and plays solitaire all day. His son worries that he is deteriorating faster than they would hope and is developing depression from being alone all day. His son is looking for a place where his dad can socialize without feeling like he has to do every activity- he still likes his quiet time in the mornings- and wants a place that will safely ensure he takes his medications correctly every day.