About Our Community
We have promised ourselves that we shall always treat our residents as we would our own loved ones. Nothing less than our best will do.
This is the promise that the staff at Emeritus at Mandeville – and throughout Brookdale Senior Living communities – has shared since 1999, when our community first opened its doors. It’s a simple promise to be compassionate and kind, understanding and respectful – a promise to become extended family to the seniors entrusted in our care and to our residents who have chosen our assisted living community for its active lifestyle.
The Perfect Location
Emeritus at Mandeville is set on beautifully landscaped grounds with multiple inviting courtyards. Emeritus at Mandeville is considered one of St. Tammany’s premier assisted living and memory care communities. Located just off Causeway Blvd. and Highway 190, we are conveniently located in a residential area. Several medical facilities are also close by, including Lakeview Regional Medical Center, Fairway Medical Hospital and a nursing home rehabilitation facility if ever needed.
A Wonderful Selection
Emeritus at Mandeville feels like home the moment you walk through the doors, especially with our family and pet friendly atmosphere. Our community offers 84 apartments, all on one level for easy access. We have one bedroom suites and studio apartments available. Our services focus on wellness to help you maintain your health, so you can live as independently as possible. We also offer a wide range of activities each month, including off-site excursions, outside entertainment and daily exercise classes.
Strong, Caring Professional Relationships
We have wonderful relationships with professionals in the area. We have several physicians that make house calls at Emeritus at Mandeville to provide their services. Our nurses work well with hospital social workers, case managers and discharge planners. We have many great relationships with Home Health and Hospice companies.
The benefit of having physicians and other health care providers come to the community is that you do not have to worry about transportation. At our community, your family member would not have to leave their home to have the services that they need.
At Emeritus at Mandeville, our family is truly committed to yours. Our caring Resident Assistants get to know your loved one as if they were their own. We carefully select associates who have a passion for working with the elderly. Their love and compassion for his or her resident is evident in their daily resident interaction and work ethic. Our specialized local training prepares each associate to assist in all aspects of your family member’s care.
Our Community Lifestyle
A Wonderful Active Lifestyle
Our activities are centered around residents’ interests and needs. We provide engaging activities such as a book club, bingo, trivia, shopping, music, church services, manicures and more. We also provide holiday gatherings for the residents and their families.
Partnering with the Local Neighborhood Community
We participate in local events, host meetings and gatherings at our community. Every year our team participates in fundraising for the Northshore Alzheimer’s Walk. As a four year sponsor, we have raised money for the Hospice Foundation of the South serving hot dogs and hamburgers at their 8th Annual Crawfish Cook-Off.
Our four star dining program and in house chef is guided by resident choice and preference every day. Our elegant dining room is the crown jewel of our community. Our dining room tables are laced with white linen table cloths and lovely fresh flowers. Our signature fine dining offers our residents delicious well balanced meals three times a day. Our private dining room can be reserved for family celebrations or just a casual lunch with Mom or Dad.
A Season of Thanks! By Mandeville, Life Enrichment Director 2 The team of Emeritus at Mandeville held their annual Family Thanksgiving Dinner for the residents and their families. They served two seperate nights; one for assisted living and one for memory care. Between the two days the staff set up 30 extra tables all set […]
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Excerpt: “Seniors may not get the nutrition they need for a variety of reasons,” says Michael Riley, Dining Services Director. “For some, it’s due to a lack of financial resources; for others, a lack of reliable transportation. And in many cases, isolation and depression have caused seniors to lose interest in cooking and eating healthfully.” […]
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