Asbury Gardens: a place to call home
Address: 210 Airport Road, North Aurora
Phone: (630) 896-7778
Asbury Gardens in North Aurora exudes warmth and positive energy with a broader vision to maintain healthy, happy, full lives among the senior population.
The atmosphere at Asbury Gardens is for the young at heart. Asbury Gardens offers 10 acres of immaculately manicured grounds with a gazebo, walkways, garden, benches and patios. The two-story campus-style facility is accentuated with a beautiful glass-enclosed atrium, encircling two courtyards that allows the sun to radiate within, contributing to the warmth and comfort of the community.
As a supportive living facility, Asbury Gardens has various styles of private apartments that includes the convenience of assisted living, but also accepts Medicaid reimbursement to make the apartments affordable for all seniors ages 65 and older.
The Asbury Gardens campus boasts not only affordable, comfortable, inviting private apartments, but also vibrant and spacious common living areas and alcoves that stimulate socialization and friendship. Three chef-prepared meals are served restaurant-style every day in the dining room. A full and engaging activities schedule is promoted each day with activities such as yoga, bingo, baseball and bowling. Shopping trips and other excursions are offered through transportation on the Asbury bus.
Transportation also can be scheduled for residents to get to and from medical appointments when needed, but Asbury Gardens provides on-site nursing services, physician services and physical therapy. This enables Asbury Gardens’ residents the luxury, freedom and comfort of remaining at home when they need medication management, including injections.
In the event that a resident requires a higher level of care on a temporary or long-term basis, Asbury Gardens will have the ability to meet their needs with the newly opened Memory Care Unit and a state-of- the-art skilled nursing facility scheduled to open summer 2012.
The Memory Care Unit opened Sept. 9, 2011, and serves the very specialized needs of residents experiencing dementia. The 75-bed skilled nursing and rehabilitation center is currently under construction and will enable residents to remain in the community that they call home. This continuum of care will allow residents to maintain their home and friendships that encourage them to thrive and contribute to their quality of life.
Asbury Gardens welcomes you to contact Sharon Moore, director of business development, or Mary Ann Leitherer, director of sales with any questions, feedback, and to schedule a tour of the campus.
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