Description of Noble Senior Living at St. Petersburg
Noble Senior Living at St. Petersburg is an assisted living and memory care community centrally located in St. Petersburg, Florida, near shopping plazas, bus lines, main highways, restaurants and hospitals. We are located on the corner of 54th Avenue and US Route 19, near Interstate 275.
When you first visit Noble Senior living at St. Petersburg, you’ll notice large common areas, including our beautiful outdoor gazebo. There are many places gather with friends and family to share experiences, or just relax and read a book. Our warm and friendly staff is here 24 hours a day, 7 days a week as a helping hand when you need it.
At St. Petersburg, our focus is supporting our residents’ independence and overall wellness.
The care that each resident receives at St. Petersburg is unique to his or her needs. Each resident’s activities of daily living (ADLs), such as dressing, bathing, and hygiene, are assessed upon move-in and regularly throughout their stay. We work with the resident, family members, and health practitioners to create the right plan of care for each person.
Care-related services include, but are not limited to:
- Care staff, including a licensed nurse, at facility 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
- Personal care assistance with activities of daily living
- Medication assistance and administration
- Mobility assistance
- Continence maintenance
- On-site visits from the medical physician and/or nurse practitioner, dentist, podiatrist, home health, physical therapist, and others.
Memory Care Neighborhood
Our memory care neighborhood is on the second level of our community, and was designed specifically for those with Alzheimer’s, dementia, or another memory impairment. Specialized care may range from cueing to requiring a secured setting to prevent elopement.
Starting with the same care and services as assisted living, our memory care program builds on each resident’s current abilities. We incorporate daily structure, fitness, and physical and occupational therapy to help complete a daily routine and maintain functional abilities as long as possible.
Our primary goal is safety for all residents. Consistent staffing helps residents feel comfortable and confident during their care. Through our dementia-specific trained employees, we are able to deliver quality care to our memory care neighborhoods.
At St. Petersburg, we use activities to help reduce agitation, improve mood, and encourage social interaction. Popular activities include morning coffee and news, listening to music, spiritual programs, ice cream socials, and puzzles. One-on-one sensory activities may also be used to help residents relax and sleep at night.