Magnolia Gardens Assisted Living in Rainbow City, AL
520 LaSalle Street
Rainbow City, AL 35906
Are you looking for a wonderful home for your aging loved one? Please check out our 16 bed facility. We are small, but the atmosphere is that of a big family.
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Our loving and trained caregivers provide:
Medication assistance as needed
Shower and toileting assistance as needed
Three home cooked meals a day plus snacks and desserts
Complete laundry service
Clean rooms with private restroom
Direct TV with Sports Package, Wifi included
Bird Aviary and Backyard Garden Areas
Optional: Chris Williams, CRNP sees patients in the home , x-rays, ultrasounds and labs can be done here and meds delivered to our home.
Optional: Quarterly podiatrist visit in our home
Optional: IBH Therapist, Psychiatrist or Mental Health see patients in our home
Many residents choose to have a refrigerator, coffee maker, and microwave in their room. Residents are independent and can come and go from the facility with family and friends. Visitors are welcomed. Please like and follow us on Facebook for upcoming activities and pictures of our residents enjoying activities.
We would love to give you a tour. Just call and schedule.
Magnolia Gardens, Rainbow City, AL
256-442-0102 ask for Deborah to schedule.
$1000.00 Community Fee due up front to hold the room or upon moving in. $1500 Community Fee for a husband and wife.
Rent due the first night the resident sleeps in the building
$2785.00 for private room with private restroom, closet and shared shower
Double occupancy: $4800
Two rooms: $5200
$2585 for a private room with closet, private restroom, and Jack and Jill shower
Double occupancy: $ 4400
Two Rooms: $4800
Tonya Criswell, Administrator email@example.com
To qualify to live in an assisted living facility in Alabama a resident must be meet the following qualifications:
Be on a regular, low sodium or no concentrated sweets diet. No puree diets allowed.
Be able to transfer to the bed, or toilet by themselves or with one person assisting
Be able to recognize his or her name on her pill pack and remember if he or she has been given meds already
Two meals a day are required to be eaten in the dining room, unless he or she has food in the room to eat. Meals are not brought to their room unless they are considered contagious and asked to stay confined in the room.
Welcome to our home. As well as bringing your own furniture, pictures and personal items you are allowed to have the following items to make you comfortable.
Dorm size refrigerator/ freezer
TV , if large, it must be mounted
**You will need to cover your mattress with a zip up waterproof cover.
You will need
Two sets of sheets
Four days worth of towels/ wash cloths
Paper towels/ kleenex
comb/ hairbrush/ hair dryer if wanted
Eyeglasses if needed
Walking assistance devices
Denture supplies as needed
Trash can (s)
Five sets of clothing ranging from warm to cool weather
pajamas/ robe if preferred
Carbonated drinks- we do not provide these
Our facility provides snacks, water, sweet and unsweet tea, juice, milk and coffee. Space heaters are not allowed according to the Alabama Rules and Regulations.
Tonya Criswell, Administrator – 205-237-1090
If either the resident or the spouse is a Veteran, you may qualify for Aid and Attendance through the Veteran’s Affairs office. This benefit is up to $1250 a month that will be paid to the resident to help with the cost of an assisted living facility. Call your local VA office to get more information.
Another possible source of income is if your resident took out a long term care insurance policy. If so, contact the company for benefits.