UNIque senior living model nears completion, begins accepting RESIDENT applications
JERICHO, N.Y., [October 8, 2016] – All American Assisted Living (AAAL) recently
announced that it has entered the final phase of construction at its newest
development in Warwick, Rhode Island. This visionary senior living model, located
near Kent County Hospital, is also now accepting residential applications.
«Moving a loved one into an assisted living facility is very often a milestone
decision for families,» says Glenn Kaplan, president and chief executive officer.
«There are health care, emotional, social and financial issues to consider. After
listening to the feedback of our residents, we designed a new model to address these
basic needs holistically, with compassion and creativity. The mission of All
American Assisted Living is to provide residents with comfort, security, and a wide
range of activities and amenities at a very competitive cost.»
«We are delighted to be expanding our All American concept to Rhode Island,» Seth
Dudley, VP Sales and Marketing Kaplan Development Group, said. «Our model aims to
provide peace of mind by helping residents live comfortably, and as independently as
possible. We offer many of the same the amenities of larger facilities, but deliver
them with a care and attention that sets us apart.»
To keep costs reasonable, residents have a private bedroom but share a common
suite-area including a living room, kitchenette and bathroom shared with another
resident. All suite residents participate in a matching process. These traditional,
shared units are $4,100 per month. Pricing includes 24-hour security and access to
all amenities and medical programs, including trained personal care staff and
on-site registered nurses.
Residents will also have access to the All American Optimal Living Program, which
includes a full-time rehabilitation consultant and exercise physiologist to help
residents manage conditions such as arthritis, diabetes, and dementia by increasing
strength, mobility, and balance in an effort to decrease falls, injuries and
hospitalizations. This is a first-of-its-kind program in Rhode Island and is offered
at no additional cost.
Once complete, the 54,000 square foot Toll Gate Road development will include 45
traditional units and 13 memory care units, along with common areas, including a
library, bistro, media room, dining room and wellness center.
All American’s Warwick will begin hiring 80 part-time and fill-time employees in