Adams Pointe/The Arbors at Adams Pointe

Adams Pointe/The Arbors at Adams Pointe

“The transition of moving Mom in was seamless. She loved her new friends, all of the socialization, and the security that someone was there 24/7. The staff treated all of the residents like family…”

The above quote is a testimony for the Arbors at Adams Pointe. And it emphasizes what makes the Arbors at Adams Pointe and Adams Pointe stand out, according to Administrator Robyn Johnson.

“Our residents love the family atmosphere. We treat them like family, because they are our family,” she said.

Adams Pointe/the Arbors at Adams Pointe are located at 213 N. 48th St. Adams Pointe is an assisted living facility that offers a combination of accommodations, support services, and health care. They help seniors who may need assistance with daily activities and are available around the clock, seven days a week.

Adams Pointe has 28 units. Amenities and services include an assisted spa with a whirlpool bath, daily social enrichment programs, restaurant-style dining, a private dining room for family and friends, and a beauty/barber shop.

The Arbors at Adams Pointe is a memory-care facility for people with Alzheimer’s. It is equipped with security technology that enhances resident safety, but allows residents to move about freely in their homes or on the grounds. Services include the Snoezelen Room that has a controlled multi-sensory environment that is therapeutic for memory care residents, and staff that work with residents to help manage and treat the behavior-based symptoms of Alzheimer’s. The Arbors has 16 living spaces. Both Adams Pointe and The Arbors at Adams Pointe welcome pets.

The facilities, established in 2014 in Quincy, are affiliated with Americare. Americare has assisted living facilities in Missouri, Kansas, Mississippi, and Tennessee.

“Their focus is on hometown hospitality. They’ve put a lot of passion and purpose into their facilities. We are blessed to have Americare facilities in Quincy,” Johnson said.

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