Assisted Living

Tabitha exists to promote the dignity, independence and well-being of older adults, and its two Assisted Living communities exemplify the mission well. GracePointe Assisted Living & Memory Care Suites in Lincoln, NE, and Tabitha in Crete—The Gardens in Crete, NE, both offer a premier senior living experience with options for a laid-back lifestyle or an active social schedule.

An assisted living community is an ideal solution for adults not yet in need of skilled care, yet may require assistance with activities of daily living such as bathing, grooming and/or dressing. Tabitha caregivers also help manage assisted living clients with individual care plans, medication management and help coordinate transportation to appointments and outings.

Our Assisted Living communities include:

  • 24-hour response system
  • Community and private dining rooms
  • Life enrichment programs
  • Beautiful indoor and outdoor living areas
  • Paid utilities
  • Beauty and barber shop
  • Housekeeping, linen and laundry services
  • Routine apartment maintenance
  • Coordination of transportation services
  • Three meals per day plus snacks

For more information about each of these communities, including videos, click below.

Resources

Want to learn more about about Tabitha Assisted Living? Contact a Tabitha Continuum Navigator today or call 402.486.8520 for more information. We’ll connect you with the Tabitha resources that best fit your own or your loved one’s aging journey.

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