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Surrounded by lively greenery, Waters Edge Assisted Living welcomes seniors into a charming and cozy ambience. Since 2021, the community has been nestled in the small town of Clinton, Minnesota. Nature lovers can enjoy the town’s local lake and nature preserve.
Bird baths, picnic tables, and beautiful flowers line the paved walking paths leading to the sunroom. In the sunroom, seniors can socialize while soaking up the sun in a pest-free environment. On cold days, seniors can cozy up to the brick fireplace in the spacious well-lit common room. Enjoy home-cooked meals three times a day. Plus, have a midday cup of coffee or quick snack.
The community can occupy up to 22 residents with studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartment options. Live a hassle-free lifestyle with weekly housekeeping and laundry services. Round-the-clock caregivers provide tailored care. Additionally, a registered nurse is on-call 24/7. Feel at ease knowing each room has a call light in case of an emergency. Seniors receive personal well-being and monthly wellness checks. The community values seniors’ health by helping them make medical appointments and administer medication. Feel at home while receiving personalized care at Waters Edge Assisted Living.
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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 Waters Edge Assisted Living call: (320) 325-5414
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