Is ‘decking the halls’ getting difficult for Mom & Dad? Consider Anna Maria of Aurora

Anna Maria campus

‘Tis the season to be jolly, indeed…unless holiday joy is tempered by the fear that senior parents are having real difficulties with housekeeping, transportation and other activities necessary when living at home.

In that case, perhaps it’s time for a serious conversation about finding a senior living community that everyone can feel comfortable with, a discussion that should lead quite naturally to a visit to the Campus of Anna Maria of Aurora.

Why? So many reasons: the attention, and a senior lifestyle, that provides genuine peace of mind. And a much more sensible financial model.

Anna MariaSimply a better way to pay for senior care.

Anna Maria of Aurora does not require upfront investments, buyback models or any such “give it all up” financing model.

Anna Maria’s payment model is simple, fair and transparent. They believe residents should only pay for what they need, and “as you go.” So, families pay month-to-month with no long-term commitment; you will never have to pay for care you may never need.

Superb care, active lifestyle

Anna Maria of Aurora offers a full continuum of care, with settings to match should the needs of your loved one change. They can enjoy Independent Living on a lovely campus, and transition to Assisted Living without the need to move.

From full 2-bedroom apartments to right-sized studios, even to care in your own home, Anna Maria of Aurora is ready to help. Again, it’s just common sense: meet people where they are, determine what services they need and then provide the best setting to satisfy those needs.

Without distant, corporate chain management, Anna Maria of Aurora can offer a Senior Living continuum of care that features fully Independent Living as well as Assisted Living… all more focused on the needs of your loved one. So, they can really enjoy every day, “age in place” happily, and thrive physically, mentally, and emotionally.

One family, one campus, one big advantage

The Norton family has owned and operated Anna Maria for three generations. One family at one campus, there every day, caring for – and accountable to – your family.

In fact, offering the best care possible has been that family’s goal for nearly 60 years. Creating a senior community that goes above and beyond. One that holds 5-star ratings from Medicare across the board. And it’s beautiful.

Anna Maria isn’t just an enterprise; it’s a family’s legacy. Bob Norton, Sr. founded the original Anna Maria nursing home back in 1964. He named the facility for his aunt Anne, his mother Mary and a single location: Anna Maria of Aurora.

Bob passed on the business to his two sons, Rob and George. Today, the leadership team includes Rob and his two nephews, Aaron and Chris. Aaron’s wife is a Clinical Dietitian there, her sister is a Director of Nursing, and Chris’ sister works at the front desk.

This hands-on, family approach has been the key: providing the continuity that allows Anna Maria to retain staff (many of whom have been there for many years), while continuously improving and modernizing both facilities and care settings.

A better way to live

“We are not a senior living chain or part of a large corporation,” according to Aaron Baker. “People are our business – our residents, our families and our staff – and we strive to do right for every resident and every family, every day. Being kind and accountable, honest and helpful.”

“We’ve never lost focus of what truly makes a great senior living community,” he observes. “It all begins with a great staff. Just one example: our Assisted Living Clinical Manager, Patricia Williams LPN, recently named as a ‘Top Nurse’ by the Cleveland Plain Dealer. She was nominated based on over 40 years of dedication to care and compassion.”

Growing up, your parents helped make your holiday dreams come true. Now, if it’s your turn to help them realize their dream of a safe, comfortable lifestyle, we invite you to visit The Campus of Anna Maria of Aurora.

For more information, please fill out our form, email Evan Webster or call (330) 562-0600.