Assisted Living Apartments
"Your suggestions and the additional help arranged for my mother will make her more comfortable and improve her health."
The Court is a state-certified Residential Care Apartment Complex (RCAC) in Manitowoc County, assuring you of the highest quality of assisted living care in the area.
If you require assistance with daily living, The Court at Felician Village has everything you need for the lifestyle you want. After a professional assessment, the assisted living registered nurse will design a care plan that best suits your requirements. Should the need arise, assistance with daily activities, including medication administration, dressing, bathing, grooming, eating, and mobility, is also provided.
If you are looking for a comfortable, safe and supportive home that enhances your independence, The Court at Felician Village is here for you. Choose from spacious 1- or 2- bedroom apartments, each with a kitchenette, living room, bedroom and a handicap-accessible bathroom with walk-in shower.
Amenities & Services
Each apartment at The Court has the following features:
- Spacious floor plan
- Apartment-size refrigerator with freezer
- Individually controlled heat and air conditioning
- Abundant closet space
- Spacious bathroom w/ walk-in shower
- Direct access to the Village Square amenities
- Laundry rooms located on both floors
- Spacious dining room
- Cozy fireplace lounge
The following services are included:
- Continental breakfast, lunch and dinner
- Weekly housekeeping services
- Weekly linen change
- Laundry service at no additional charge
- Scheduled activities
- Individual emergency response system
- 24-hour a day caregiver staff
- Registered nurse supervision
Assisted Living FAQs
What is assisted living?
Assisted living is a residential living option for individuals who typically can no longer live independently. These state-regulated and monitored facilities provide or coordinate services to meet your individualized needs in ways that promote your independence and reflect your personal life. Assisted living facilities also coordinate services to meet your unscheduled needs as they arise.
What assisted living options are available at Felician Village?
The Court, a Residential Care Apartment Complex (RCAC), is a 48-apartment building with 24-hour care. Residents have their own apartment but need help with some activities of daily living or may need medication management/administration.
The Villa, a Community Based Residential Facility (CBRF), also has 24-hour care and includes 32 rooms, 16 of which are in a secure household for residents with early- to mid-stage dementia. The other 16 rooms are for those with multiple medical conditions who generally need more help with activities of daily living.
How will I know which option I may need?
After you make the decision to live at Felician Village, the assisted living registered nurse will complete an assessment to determine which facility best meets your needs. During this assessment, we discuss what services you and your family would like provided. This information is then used to develop your individualized service plan.
How will my family be involved?
At The Court and The Villa, family support is highly encouraged. Families can visit when it is convenient for them and you. You and your family can be reassured that our caregivers will call your family if we see a sudden change in your condition or notice something out of the ordinary. Family members can accompany you to physician appointments, take you out shopping or for entertainment.
Would my loved one benefit from assisted living?
10 signs your loved one may benefit from assisted living:
1. Decreased attention to personal care
• Un-brushed hair, dirty clothes/same clothes, body odor
2. Less care in housekeeping and yard work
• Little interest in/spending less time keeping house and yard as well maintained as previously
3. Lack of concern about what used to be important
• Lack of concern for something they valued and enjoyed - hobbies, grandchildren, church activities
4. Reduced mobility
• Not moving around house, always in one chair; sleeping on chair or couch because it’s too difficult to go to bedroom; doesn’t go out because walking is difficult/painful
• Moves from furniture to furniture to maintain balance; hides bruises/makes excuses for them
6. Decreased appetite or interest in food and cooking
• Losing weight; Complains it takes too much effort to cook and says food doesn’t taste good
7. Lack of care or mistakes in medication or money management
• Takes too many, too few, or forgets to take medication; pills found on floor
• Reduced attention to finances; forgetting to or not wanting to spend time paying bills and keeping checking account up-to-date; buys things they don’t need or already have
8. Memory loss
• Difference between forgetting where you left keys and finding them in five minutes compared to forgetting their address or who a grandchild is
9. Diminished communication skills
• More than forgetting a word; difficulty communicating thoughts or wording questions correctly
• No longer visits family and friends; not calling people like they used to or returning messages • No desire/physically unable to leave the house
Please note: One or even several of these signs does not mean the person needs assisted living. Some changes in ability occur just because of age - including physical differences and changing interests. It depends on the impact of the change on the person’s life. If health or safety are affected, assisted living may be of benefit. If you have concerns about your loved one, contact us to schedule a tour and possible assessment. There is no charge or obligation to Felician Village and a physician referral is not needed.
"Our family has been so grateful for the excellent care you have given our mom. The entire staff has gone above and beyond in more ways than one throughout these challenging times."
"Thank you for treating mom like family."
"Thanks to all for living the mission."
"We would like to acknowledge all the individual efforts, your care, and concern for all of the residents. This time has been a challenge for everyone under your care and for yourselves and families. Each of you have made a difference in the quality of life for all those who reside at The Court. It is appreciated greatly by those of us with loved ones there knowing that they are cared for when we are unable to be with them."
"Clean environment. Good, healthy food with a great variety."
"Prompt meal times."
"I have only been here a few months but I am very pleased with my residence here - the staff are pleasant and care for my needs."
"Pet visits are great!"
"I am respected."
"Staff is friendly and helpful."
"Help is available when calling. Response time is good."
"The surroundings are clean and nice looking."
Choosing the right senior living facility is important and cost is certainly a key consideration. However, because there are many items that factor into the final monthly cost, we would like to speak directly to you to explain all those items and choices. At Felician Village there are no “move-in” or “buy-in” fees for new residents.
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Looking for a vibrant senior living community in Manitowoc that's been voted Best of the Lakeshore 13 years in a row? Now's the time to make Felician Village YOUR home!
We currently have limited openings at St. Mary's Nursing Home. St. Mary's is a skilled nursing facility and features a high staff-resident ratio to care for people needing more complex clinical care. We are unique in that ALL our staff are trained in dementia care.
The Gardens (independent senior living) is currently taking names for a waiting list.
Contact us now for your own personalized tour of the Felician Village campus and discover all we have to offer! For more information call Megan Bruckschen, Director of Marketing, at 920-684-7171 or email.