Answering Your Questions
At Tylers Mill, we are here to make your experience enjoyable and stress-free. Check out some of our most frequently asked questions below. If you have any questions that we haven’t answered, give us a call so we can talk.
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What lifestyle options do you provide?
Can someone help me with my medications?
Of course! We offer medication management to help our residents take their medication as prescribed by their physician.
What is respite care?
Respite care is a short-term stay at our facilities with all of the same services and amenities offered to our long-term residents. This is a great option for those recovering from an injury or illness, giving their caregivers a break, or looking to try out Tylers Mill before making a long-term commitment.
What services are offered with Memory Care?
Memory care is provided in a secure neighborhood by staff who have training and passion for enriching the lives of those living with dementia. Our team adapts to the residents’ needs, providing routine and flexibility to engage and care for our community members.
Is assisted living the same everywhere?
No. Different states have varying definitions and regulations for assisted living communities.
Premier Living at Tylers Mill
My mother lives at the community and it’s just a really good place. The staff there love my mom, they treat her like their own and it’s been wonderful. The price is very affordable and fair for the services she is receiving. Management is attentive, keep me updated and answer emails right away. The food is very good, the staff let her try new things and it’s served in a very homey environment. There are activities going on and she is enjoying what they offer. The housekeeping and laundry people keep things together. The building is kept up with, it gets decorate it and if we need anything, maintenance staff is attentive. The healthcare staff is friendly, knowledgeable and responsive. In general, she feels safe, comfortable and we feel blessed.
We visited Tylers Mills to see if it could be a home for dad. We found it to be pleasant, active and caring.