Traditions of Owatonna I
195 24th Place NW Owatonna MN 55060
Residents of Traditions of Owatonna will enjoy the top-level care provided by the friendly team of extensively trained staff members who are dedicated to providing unparalleled memory care and care for those with dementia and Alzheimer's in a safe, serene setting. Care services are tailored directly toward the needs of each resident and staff are present around the clock to help residents reduce their stress and improve their quality of life.
Beyond the care provided by the staff, Traditions of Owatonna is a venue that offers a wide selection of amenities for residents, including:
Several types of classes that focus on exercise, gardening, cooking, arts and computers
Musical entertainment, movie nights, board games, cards and trivia
Apartment-style living with several square footage options, up to the 820-square foot 'The Tremont' room layout
Carefully prepared meals that cross many culinary boundaries and ensure residents receive proper nutrition that tastes tantalizing
Faith-based activities and connections with students from the local school system
Engaging group outings into the surrounding community and beyond
Residents who join Traditions of Owatonna will quickly become valued members of the community and enjoy the diverse programming choices while feeling secure and receiving the care that suits them best.
Pricing at Traditions of Owatonna I
*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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