Donations of toys can be dropped off at Cambridge House of O'Fallon…
Bradley, Illinois (PRWEB) November 23, 2012
Cambridge House of O'Fallon, a BMA affordable assisted living community in the St. Louis Metro East area, is hosting a Toy Drive the week of Nov. 26 to collect new unwrapped toys for local children in need during the Holiday Season.
The community provides older adults of all incomes with the opportunity to live in a residential apartment-home environment and receive personal assistance and help with medications.
Donations of toys can be dropped off at Cambridge House of O'Fallon between 8:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. from Monday, Nov. 26, through Friday, Nov. 30.
Cambridge House of O'Fallon is located at 844 Cambridge Blvd. in O'Fallon, Illinois.
For more information about the Toy Drive or Cambridge House of O’Fallon, call 618-624-9900.
Cambridge House of O’Fallon is one of three Cambridge House affordable assisted living communities located in the Metro East.
The other Cambridge House communities are located in Maryville and in Swansea, Illinois.
All three communities are certified to operate through the Illinois Supportive Living program and are managed by BMA Management, Ltd., the largest provider of assisted living in Illinois.
“Our focus is to provide older adults with the love, compassion and dignity that they deserve in addition to the care and assistance that they need,” says Rod Burkett, President and Chief Executive Officer of BMA. “Our emphasis is on helping residents achieve and maintain as much independence as possible for long as possible.”
Residents of the Cambridge House affordable assisted living communities live in private apartments that feature a kitchenette, spacious bathroom with shower and grab bars, and an emergency alert system.
Certified nursing assistants are on-duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Meals, housekeeping and laundry are among the included services.
“Communities such as Cambridge House of O’Fallon offer older adults a wonderful alternative to a nursing home or to struggling alone at home,” says Burkett.
Because the Cambridge House communities operate through the Supportive Living program, they serve adults 65 and older of all financial means, including those on Medicaid.
For more information on BMA Management, Ltd. and the managed senior communities, please visit http://www.bma-mgmt.com