You have important decisions to make when it comes to your care. Perham Living offers a variety of options to give you any amount of assistance you might need in the way you want it.
Transitional care, home care, assisted living services, apartment living and our nursing home community are just a few of the options we provide. Perham Living works with you and your family one-on-one to explain the benefits of each option and answer every question. You pick the plan that works for you right now.
Perham Living is located at 735 Third Street Southwest in Perham.
The "household model" of the Nursing Home allows residents to become more involved in their residency at Perham Living. The residents are able to create their own schedule for their days, including waking up, eating meals, activities, and going to bed.
Home Care is available to those who need assistance with the activities of independent living, whether that is help with medications, occupational therapy, or other services. Home Care services are provided 24 hours a day, seven days a week to those living within a 30-mile radius of Perham.
Northwinds is specially designed to provide comfort and security in a supporting environment for those in need of memory care. Professional caregivers are on-site and available 24-hours a day with a licensed nurse on durty five days a week. Located on the Perham Living campus, Northwinds provides an alternative for people living with Alzheimer's and related dementias.
Post-Acute Care is a short-stay rehabilitative program that offers personalized care for people recovering from illness, injuries, or surgeries.
Briarwood is a senior living building on the Perham Living campus. Offering full-size, independent apartments, the variety of supportive services, including assisted living services, and housing structure designed for senior living.
St. James Manor apartments offer living for seniors 62 years and older and persons with disabilities. Managed by Perham Living, this subsidized housing complex provides a variety of options and assisted living services.
Adult Day Services provide caregivers a much-needed break from their care giver roles, while participants have many opportunities throughout the day to socialize and engage in activities.