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McLoughlin Place Senior Living

Discover the Heart of Better Living

Welcome to McLoughlin Place, where rent, meals, transportation, housekeeping, events and more starts at $4,200/month.

Selection of Senior Apartments

See photos and what is included in the rental rate

Friendship with Staff & Neighbors

Be social or simply enjoy life on your terms. Here, you will have opportunities to connect, learn and grow, every day.

Dine Well & In Good Company

Meet a friend for a healthy nosh or gather around the table for a delicious chef-prepared meal with neighbors.

A few of our favorite things.

Here’s what residents put on their Top 5 list of our community features.

Billiards Room

Private Dining Room

Game Room

Library

Onsite Laundry

What we believe.

We believe our residents can experience optimal well-being when they feel embraced by the compassion, empathy and support of team members, and the kindness of neighbors.

79% of People

85 and older living in a community rated their health as “good” or “excellent” compared to just 68% of their peers in the general population.

Apartments & Pricing

Choose from a selection of floorplans and see what’s included in your rate.

Family Toolbox

We are here to help.

  • How Do You Know It’s the Right Time for Senior Living?
    Caregiver with senior and family member

    How Do You Know It’s the Right Time for Senior Living?

    There’s rarely one big, waving, red flag of a sign. Instead, little things can be telling developments.
    5 Signs That It’s Time for Senior Living
  • What’s the difference between types of senior care?

    What’s the difference between types of senior care?

    Once you know you need more support, it’s time to find a place with the services and environment that best fit your needs.
    Understanding the Difference Between Senior Care Options
  • How do I find the right fit for my family?

    How do I find the right fit for my family?

    It’s good to have options – but it can also be daunting. Here’s how to simplify the process of evaluating them all, and feel confident about your choice.
    8 Key Factors to Evaluate When Touring a Senior Community
  • How much will senior living cost vs. staying at home?

    How much will senior living cost vs. staying at home?

    Use this worksheet to get a side-by-side comparison of home living expenses and the rates at senior living options you are considering.
    Senior Living Cost Comparison Calculator
  • How can senior living benefit health and well-being?

    How can senior living benefit health and well-being?

    See how research shows senior living often leads to improvements in terms of health, happiness, independence and even financial well-being for the majority of residents.
    9 Proven Benefits of Senior Living
  • Once I’ve decided to choose senior living, what’s next?

    Once I’ve decided to choose senior living, what’s next?

    What should you pack? Who needs to know your new address? Find out everything you need to do to make your move go smoothly – and when you need to do it.
    Senior Living Move-in Checklist
Caregiver with senior and family member

How Do You Know It’s the Right Time for Senior Living?

There’s rarely one big, waving, red flag of a sign. Instead, little things can be telling developments.
5 Signs That It’s Time for Senior Living

What’s the difference between types of senior care?

Once you know you need more support, it’s time to find a place with the services and environment that best fit your needs.
Understanding the Difference Between Senior Care Options

How do I find the right fit for my family?

It’s good to have options – but it can also be daunting. Here’s how to simplify the process of evaluating them all, and feel confident about your choice.
8 Key Factors to Evaluate When Touring a Senior Community

How much will senior living cost vs. staying at home?

Use this worksheet to get a side-by-side comparison of home living expenses and the rates at senior living options you are considering.
Senior Living Cost Comparison Calculator

How can senior living benefit health and well-being?

See how research shows senior living often leads to improvements in terms of health, happiness, independence and even financial well-being for the majority of residents.
9 Proven Benefits of Senior Living

Once I’ve decided to choose senior living, what’s next?

What should you pack? Who needs to know your new address? Find out everything you need to do to make your move go smoothly – and when you need to do it.
Senior Living Move-in Checklist

Our Resident and Family Reviews Say It All

Greg P.
My Father is in the memory care facility. They take very good care of him.
Jeanette E.
The Executive Director works hard at making the facility a better place. Since place has opened after Covid lockdown, there are some fun outings, and some interesting activities.
Nicole M.
I love working at Mcloughlin Place, I love my Residents. Great place.
Zack M.
So I’ve spent a lot of time at this community, and I can honestly say that if you’re looking for a place to put your loved ones this is the place to be.
Timothy S.
This facility is a true blessing to me. I have been employed with this location for over 13 years. I thoroughly do enjoy the association with both the residents and staff. Our executive director is a really wonderful lady. She always greets everyone with kindness and gratitude; I absolutely admire her for that. The co-workers get along with each other and for that I am truly thankful.
Joni M.
I am employed here at McLoughlin Place. The management has a heart of gold and truly cares for each and every one of our residents. The entire community is beautiful, I am blessed to be a part of!!I would have no reservations bringing a family member here, if and when the time comes.
Kari P.
My mother has been here since September of 2018. This is honestly the best place I could ever imagine. I expected issues to come up at some point, because they would anywhere and you just work them through. We have experienced nothing but exemplary assistance from the staff and management. They check on her every night , in the middle of the night. They are so personable with her. They regularly keep me aprised of any issues. Each staff member is nicer than the last. I have yet to meet someone that I feel is less than professional. The activities are wonderful. My mother keeps herself so busy. Best of all she is healthier than she was when she arrived in September because she is so happy. I truly love and appreciate this place so much.
Ray M.
The place appears to be clean in the staff appears to be efficient.thankfully, it’s not one of those places where you smell urine when you walk in the door. Very nice
Marti H.
Love visiting my friend there. The residents are fun to talk to and the residents comes first.
Karen P.
We really enjoy the staff here and the system they have set up to ensure my grandmothers freedom, but still keep her safe. They have gotten my grandmother to be healthier th as n she has in a long time. The kitchen is lacking though, sometimes they have what their menu says and other times they don’t. I love the little kitchenette and all the activities they have to ensure our elderly are still a big part of our community.
Blair F.
Their kitchen staff and care givers really care and work really hard.
Kalen Forsberg G.
My friend worked here, it seems like they work hard for their clients.
Polly H.
All staff are top knotch. Know their jobs and care about the residents
Sports Cards Collector & I.
I had a very informative meeting with Mary O’Dell, McLoughlin Place Communications Director. Even though a space wasnt available for my uncle at their location, Mary directed me to her connections who had availability at their locations. My experience with Mary was a positive one. I came into her office not knowing which direction to turn, and she pointed me in a positive direction. Thank you Mary for your patience, and contact information so I can find the right place for my parapallegic uncle to live. Sincerely, Lisa @ Gabriel Park n Bark
Carol B.
I cannot say enough about how wonderful the people have been who have taken care of my mother, who has Alzheimer’s and is in the Memory Care unit, for more than a decade. My mother first lived in an Assisted Living room back in 2003 but about a year later, she wandered and needed to be moved to the locked area.Over these many years, we’ve seen changes and improvements, but what has remained the same is the spirit of treating our loved ones in their care as family. The caregivers work hard to keep everyone clean, safe, relaxed and comfortable as if they were in their own home. It’s not easy, at all, but the effort is there and I have never seen a cross word directed at a single resident. The administrators care and are responsive. They appreciate that you bring up issues so they can be resolved quickly. You can come visit any time and are made to feel welcome. And the activities directors work hard to bring variety to the residents, including tailoring specific activities to a person if they had a special interest earlier in their lives.I especially want to note Mary O’Dell, who helped us transition our Mom into McLoughlin Place and who still keeps an extra eye on her for us. Mary is the epitome of of all that makes us trust McLoughlin Place–a professional who knows how to handle tough situations, like when we had to move Mom from her independent apartment to a shared room in the memory care unit. I was so worried about Mom’s reaction to this, but Mary stepped in and told me to go on home after I got the room all ready, and she took Mom back personally and eased her into her new living situation. Problem solved! She is warm and caring and also facilitates Alzheimer Support Group meetings for the families, so people can share their feelings as their loved ones move through various stages of the illness. We learn about the latest research and tips on how to treat our loved ones who need to be approached differently now that they have memory issues.Another person to mention is Lynn, the hairdresser, who takes care of so many people–she is a saint.A long review but I have had 12 years of interactions at McLoughlin Place and I wanted to share them. I recommend McLoughlin Place highly. No elder facility is perfect, but I do think they try their best to do a good job including training their employees well and treating them well.Perhaps I should mention that my mother has been on Medicaid for much of the time she has been there–she spent down her funds long ago–but she has never been treated less than others who have more means.
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