Senior Housing

MPHA Senior Designated High-rises

AMP 3

AMP 4

AMP 5

AMP 7

 

Senior Centers

MPHA also has three senior centers:

The Senior Place located at 1801 Central Avenue NE is managed by the VOA/MN.  It houses a congregate dining site, a food shelf, provides health programs, has an outreach counselor, conducts the Senior Aide Program, a training and employment program, cooking and exercise programs, conducts recreational activities and has a transportation program.  The Senior Place has been designated a “Community Focal Point” for services to the elderly.  It is open 40 hours per week.

Park Elder Center, is located at 1505 Park Avenue South, and is managed by VOA/MN and provides recreational, educational and social services to elderly persons in south Minneapolis and MPHA residents at 1515 Park Avenue South.  The Center offers opportunities for older adults to remain active, healthy, contributing members of their families and communities.  Congregate dining, a medical clinic through Hennepin County, outreach social services and other programs, which benefit MPHA residents, are provided Monday through Friday.

Heritage Park Senior Services Center, is located at 1015 4th Avenue North Minneapolis, MN 55405, is managed by the Minneapolis Public Housing Authority (MPHA) and brings together several distinguished partners, including: Minneapolis Public Housing Authority, Augustana Care – Open Circle, the YMCA of Metropolitan Minneapolis, the Courage Center, Neighborhood HealthSource and the Minneapolis Highrise Representative Council.  This 69,603 square foot fully accessible senior health and wellness center with underground parking is home to a medical clinic, an adult day program, Y fitness center and a therapy pool; as well as provides office and program space for the  various social, health and human services providers who serve as partners in this state-of-the-art development. The senior center also includes a large multipurpose gathering space to engage seniors in a variety of social, educational and recreational activities.

 

Assisted Living Programs

Cedar High Apartments (People Incorporated- Epilepsy and Mental Health Services);  630 Cedar Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55454

This program serves adults who have a primary diagnosis of epilepsy and are capable of living independently with support services are provided 24 hour emergency assistance and monitoring services by People Inc. Clients are taught independent living skills and can receive individual counseling and support services necessary to attain their goals.

Heritage Commons at Ponds Edge (Assisted Living Program, Augustana); 350 Van White Memorial Boulevard, Minneapolis, MN 55405

Provides services to elderly adults requiring assistance with independent living.  Services provided are assistance with personal care, weekly housekeeping, and case management, two nutritionally balanced congregate meals daily, emergency response-24 hours a day, assistance with medications, bathing assistance, planned recreational activities and on-call nursing.  Maximum Client Capacity:40 (Forty)

Lyndale Manor (Assisted Living Program, Volunteers of America); 600 – 18th Avenue North, Minneapolis, MN 55411

This 3-5 story midrise with 239 units; provides programs for elderly adults &  adults with disabilities who need assistance – personal care, case management, two nutritionally balanced congregate meals daily, weekly housekeeping assistance, emergency response 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., assistance with medications, weekly bathing assistance, planned recreational activities and on-call nursing.  Maximum client capacity: 30 (Thirty)

Parker Skyview (Assisted Living Program, Volunteers of America); 1815 Central Avenue NE, Minneapolis, MN 55418

This 25 story, 333 unit building provides services for elderly adults, as well as adults with disabilities. Services provided are assistance with personal care, case management, two nutritionally balanced congregate meals daily, weekly housekeeping, emergency response 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.; assistance with medications, weekly bathing assistance, planned recreational activities and on-call nursing.  Maximum client capacity: 40 (Forty)

Signe Burckhardt (Assisted Living Program, Ecumen); 2533 1st Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55404

This seven story, 42 unit building, provides services for elderly adults.  Services include: onsite nursing , on call nursing after hours, assistance with personal care, case management, three nutritionally balanced congregate meals, weekly housekeeping, weekly laundry, 24 hour emergency response, assistance with medications and planned recreational activities.  Maximum Client Capacity:42 (Forty-two)

Third Avenue Towers (Accessible Space Inc. – Housing with Services);  1707 – 3rd Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55404

This program provides housing and services to traumatically brain injured, mobility impaired, and physically disabled adults who require specialized support services which include: case management, encouragement in the development of social, employment related and/or independent living skills, personal care services, assistance with cooking and cleaning and 24 hour staff coverage. Each participant is given an in-depth assessment and individual care plans are developed to meet their specific needs.

Thomas T. Feeney Manor (Enhanced Assisted Living and Memory Care Program, Augustana Care); 901 4thAvenue North, Minneapolis, MN 55405

This 4 story 48 unit ‘smoke free’ development provides a more supportive environment with a culture of person-centered care, services tailored to residents’ unique needs and preferences with apartments that are designed specifically for individuals experiencing cognitive changes. Services include:  Assessment by Registered Nurse, diabetic care options including sliding scale insulin, three meals per day, weekly light housekeeping, weekly laundry services, monthly vitals, emergency response system, social and life enrichment programs and home health services 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Memory Care includes all of the above as well as secured areas, cognitive screening performed by Occupational Therapist to determine the proper level of care and staff specifically trained in the care of dementia residents. This development is specifically designed for adults over 55 who need enhanced assisted living and memory care services.