Bristol Manor of Marceline is a small care home for up to 12 seniors in need of short- or long-term assistance. The lovely community is based in the friendly small town of Marceline, Missouri, amid a residential neighborhood.
Residents at Bristol Manor of Marceline can maintain a level of independence thanks to the round-the-clock care and secure living environment. A live-in administrator, trained caregivers, and certified medication staff members provide a variety of care services, from medication management to assistance with activities of daily living. Additionally, the community has a registered nurse who can answer questions about medications and coordinate medication schedules with physicians. Besides round-the-clock care, the community promotes independence with safety features — like emergency call systems and step-in showers — installed in every apartment.
While living at Bristol Manor of Marceline, residents have immediate access to homelike amenities and stimulating activities. Residents can feel at home while socializing in the family-style dining room, where nutritious meals are served. Residents can also feel a sense of companionship through social opportunities like birthday parties and religious services. Between consistent supervision and entertainment, residents can live an active and relaxing lifestyle at Bristol Manor of Marceline.
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Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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To reach a resident at Bristol Manor of Marceline call: (660) 376-2210
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