The Beacon at Mapleton

Assisted Living

What to Expect

Our care team is committed to helping you make the Beacons at Mapleton your new home.

Transitioning to a new home can be challenging. That’s why we make sure to provide the most homelike experience possible for our tenants. When you arrive to the facility you will get a tour of our community to ensure you know your way around. Your care team will discuss your routine with you, or your accompanied family member so that we can make sure your experience at the Beacons is as similar as possible to your home routine. Nursing department will do an initial assessment to make sure your care plan is meeting your appropriate care level at time of admission. We encourage you to meet some new people and make some new friends within our community by attending our many activities so they can become engaged and interact with others.

What to Bring

Bring whatever makes your house a home. We encourage you to bring the comforts of your home to assist in this transition. We do provide a twin sized bed, chest of drawers, and night stand; however, you are more than welcome to provide your own. The Beacon does provide towels for bathing; however, we do encourage you to provide your own toiletries. We want to make sure you settle in your apartment. Our maintenance staff can help you hang any pictures or other artwork to help you feel more at home.

Butterfly Bistro Dining

Our culinary members create exquisite meals that cater to your individual needs and preferences. We also offer snacks and menus for specialized diet plans along with an always available menu items to ensure your taste buds are satisfied while fulfilling your nutritional needs.