- What are the different living options available at NRC?
- How do I schedule a tour?
- Does NRC offer memory care services?
- Are the apartments at NRC large enough to accommodate more than one person?
- Is NRC church-affiliated?
- What care services are available at NRC?
- Is NRC’s campus handicap accessible?
- What is Northfield like?
- Can I have pets at NRC?
- Are garages available to residents?
- What types of events are there at NRC?
- How can I volunteer at NRC?
- What type of payment options does NRC accept?
- Does NRC offer transitional care?
- Why choose NRC?
- How does NRC compare?
A: At NRC, we offer multiple housing options for our residents, including apartments with a minimal level of services, as well as other home settings that make increasing levels of service readily available. Options include one- and two-bedroom apartments. Units are available for both income-sensitive and market-rate income levels.
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A: To schedule a tour or request more information, email info@NorthfieldRetirement.org or call Mallory Hennen at (507) 664-3466. We’d love to hear from you.
A: Yes, at Evergreen Lodge we provide housing and services for individuals with dementia-specific needs.
A: Many of our living options allow for more than one person to live together in a unit. To find out more about our campus and living options, call (507) 664-3466.
A: Northfield Retirement Community is a Christian not-for-profit organization affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. We are dedicated to the development of living environments and outreach services as works of love and mercy for aging individuals. For more information, click here.
A: At Northfield Retirement Community, we recognize the different needs of each individual we serve, and offer a variety of options to meet the resident’s unique needs. Click here to read more about our care services.
A: Yes. To find out more about our campus and living options, call (507) 664-3466.
A: The city of Northfield is located in Rice County about 40 miles south of the Twin Cities. The city is known for its charming downtown and hosts two colleges, Carleton College and St. Olaf College. For more information about Northfield, visit the following websites:
A: Yes, in some of our housing options we do allow small pets. For clarification, call (507) 664-3466.
A: Yes, we offer both attached and unattached garage spaces for an additional charge. To find out more, call (507) 664-3466.
A: There’s always plenty to do here! Read more about life at NRC and all of the different programs and services we offer by clicking here.
A: We love to have extra help. For more information on volunteering, click here.
A: We accept private pay, medical assistance (in the Care Center), and in qualifying areas of our housing, we accept waivered assistance programs through Rice County.
A: We do offer respite and short-term stay transitional care. We also provide end-of-life care.
A: There are many variables to consider when choosing a new place to call home and it’s a decision that takes thought and research. We invite you to visit Northfield Retirement Community to see if our award-winning staff, variety of housing options, outstanding care services and great location is the right fit for you. To schedule a tour or request more information, email info@NorthfieldRetirement.org or call Mallory Hennen at (507) 664-3466.
A: Northfield Retirement Community is proud to receive and maintain the Aging Services of Minnesota Confident Choices designation. The Program was designed by Aging Services of Minnesota, the state’s largest association of organizations that serve older adults. The requirements for Confident Choices designation have been developed by experienced senior housing providers and are focused on areas of operation that have a direct impact on the resident experience.
NRC’s Care Center has received My InnerView’s annual Excellence in Action award for five years in a row. This national award honors the facility’s commitment to superior customer and workforce satisfaction. Participating nursing homes from across the United States took part in a satisfaction survey, and of nearly 5,500 participants, the award recognizes only those providers that performed in the top 10 percent.
NRC’s Northfield Care Center has earned a five-star rating, the top possible rating for nursing homes in the United States, from the “Best Nursing Homes 2013” list published by U.S. News & World Report. Nearly every nursing home in the country – over 16,000 – was reviewed to build a searchable database designed to highlight the nation’s best care facilities. Click here for more information about the U.S. News & World Report annual rankings and criteria. To view Northfield Care Center’s profile, click here.
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