13750 W Crocus Dr.
Surprise, AZ 85379
CrystalRoseAssistedLiving@yahoo.com
Tel: 602-980-1059
Fax: 623-225-7394

Let our home be your home

You are home at Crystal Rose

 

Crystal Rose is a family owned assisted living home licensed by the Arizona Department of Health Services. We provide long-term care for your elderly loved ones in a warm family atmosphere in Surprise, Arizona.

 

Our mission is to preserve your loved one's enjoyment of life, health and dignity.

 

Our home is licensed for 5 residents which guarantees a more personalized care with emphasis on each person's individual needs.

 

We have years of experience working with Alzheimer's and Parkinson's residents and our care home is licensed for all levels of care which means that if a resident's health declines they don't have to move to a nursing home.

 

Everyone who moves into our home becomes part of our extended family. We have five beautiful private and already furnished rooms available. To schedule a tour please call: 602-980-1059.

Why choose Crystal Rose?



1. Cost is lower than a nursing home.

2. Easier to adapt to and "navigate" especially for your loved ones with memory impairment since it's a home, not an institution.

3. Lower staff to resident ratio than in a nursing home and more personalized care.

4. No long term contract required.

5. Caring and compassionate owners and caregivers.

Services

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-24 hour care provided by certified staff;

 

-Three well-balanced, nutritious meals a day and snacks;

 

-Medication administration per physicians's written order;

 

-Routine assesment of each resident by a registered nurse;

 

-Assistance with bathing, dressing and activities of daily living;

 

-Laundry and housekeeping;

 

-Visits on premises available by podiatrist and other mobile doctors, physical and ocupational therapists, hospice and hair-dresser;

 

-Cable TV and private phone lines available;

 

-Celebrations for special occasions; 

 

-Transportation to local appointments available;

 

When is placement necessary?



a.  When the caregiver can no longer care for a loved one in his or her home.

 

b.  When no one is available to provide care and the individual cannot care for themselves.

 

c.  If one or more of the following conditions exist:

 

*Fear of being alone.


*Fear of falling.


*Difficulty with medication management.


*Cognitive impairment (short & long-tem memory).


*Poor judgment that leads to safety issues.


*Needs extra assistance with:

-- Feeding
-- Dressing
-- Bathing
-- Incontinence