Good Samaritan Society – Denton Village's beautifully landscaped, 27-acre campus, you will find a continuum of services designed to meet your needs, now and into the future.
Twin homes/duplexes are residential buildings that contain two separate living units within the same structure. These comfortable, easy-living residences offer you the freedom you desire along with the security you need. This is your home to decorate any way you wish with your own furnishings.
Whether it’s because of retirement, or an empty nest, or a desire for something new, making the move to a senior apartment is an exciting change.
The amenities and housing options you select will help you feel at home, but you should also look for a community that can help you if your health or personal needs change in the future.
The cost to live in a senior apartment varies based on your services and amenities. Services vary by location, and may include utilities, maintenance, housekeeping, meal programs, emergency response systems and transportation.
Post-acute rehabilitation services are for people of all ages who no longer need hospital care, but would benefit from additional therapy and care before returning home following injury, illness or surgery. Our Medicare-certified post-acute rehab programs feature therapy gyms and include physical, occupational and speech therapy.
When you receive post-acute care here, you'll find 24-hour skilled nursing care, and you'll recover in a comfortable and supportive atmosphere as you work toward your goals.
And best of all, your rehab therapy team will tailor our services to your individual needs, helping you recover as quickly and safely as possible.
Outpatient therapy provides therapeutic intervention to people of all ages following surgery, illness or injury when hospitalization or 24-hour nursing care is not required.
Home Health offers the assistance people need to continue living at home, whether it’s helping them stay well, recover from illness or injury, keeping them company or having someone provide for their daily needs of living.
Assisted living communities are licensed healthcare providers that offer residents housing, personal assistance, supportive services, and custom healthcare plans.
Residents live in apartments or residential units and don’t require around-the-clock nursing supervision. Staff members are accessible 24 hours a day.
Rehabilitation and skilled care (sometimes referred to as nursing home care, long-term care or skilled nursing care) refers to care that is provided for residents who need the assistance of rehabilitative and/or licensed nursing staff.
Therapeutic recreation programs and other specialized therapies are available to assist and encourage residents to live life to the fullest.
We believe everyone deserves extraordinary care that makes them feel loved and valued. This care is especially poignant during a person’s final days.
A family facing the death of a loved one needs comfort and guidance, too.
Our hospice* or palliative services offer the care your family will need most at the end of life. *In some of our locations, hospice care may be provided by a third party.
It’s about making sure your loved one is comfortable and at peace, and that you have all the support you need during this difficult time.
Apartment/ Home Amenities:
- Emergency Call Systems
- Home Maintenance
- Lawn Care
- Paid property taxes
- Cable TV and internet access
- Garbage/recycling pick-up
- Paid water, sewer and electricity
- Pest control
- Bi-weekly housekeeping
- Weekly linen services
- Monitored smoke detectors and sprinkler system
- Interior and exterior maintenance
- All major kitchen appliances
- Security Attendant on Duty 24-hours per day
- Wellness Program
- Life Enrichment Program
- Scheduled Local Transportation
- Chapel and Chaplain Services
- Individual Garden Plots
- On-Site Banking
- On-Site Library with Computer and Printer Access
- Activity Room for Private Parties