Mount Carmel Assisted Living Center in Hampton
If a family or their loved one is not ready to commit to a long-term stay
at our memory care facility,
Mount Carmel Assisted Living Center in Hampton, GA offers families two options. We understand how difficult
it is for a family to make the emotional decision to place their loved
one into a long-term care facility. At the same time, we know how equally
difficult and stressful it is to care for a loved one with Alzheimer's
or dementia. Because of this, families can choose to take advantage of
our short-term program or daycare.
Daycare and respite/short-term care may be right for the family who needs:
- More support in caring for their loved one
- A break to unwind from the stresses associated with around the clock care
- The ability to attend to personal or family obligations
For admission into either the short-term/respite plan or the daycare option,
we require a physician's report and a TB test. We can provide you
with the forms needed to enroll in either of these programs when you visit
our facility or they can be mailed to you upon request. After initial
enrollment into the program, you can drop your loved one off at Mt. Carmel
any time between 7:00 A.M. and 8:00 P.M., any day of the week including
weekends. Your loved one will enjoy all the privileges and services of
our regular residents and if, needed, we will provide your loved one with
a room to take a nap. For a small all-inclusive fee, all meals and snacks,
medication supervision and incontinence management are included.
Call Now to Learn More About Daycare & Short-Term Stay Options
We are dedicated to caring for individuals with
Alzheimer's as well as
dementia and other related
memory loss diseases. For a Hampton assisted living center that you can trust, no matter how
long of a stay, call Mount Carmel Assisted Living at (770) 824-3385. We
offer facility tours seven days a week. Walk-ins are welcome on weekdays.
Weekends and after hour tours by appointment.
Contact us today to speak with our friendly staff. Questions are welcome!