Edgewood Spearfish is nestled in the stunning Black Hills of South Dakota, just a quick trip to Mount Rushmore, the Badlands and Crazy Horse Monument. With so many things to see and do in the area, why not let Edgewood’s Assisted Living community provide you a carefree, relaxed lifestyle with the perfect combination of services, amenities and specialized care? Our Memory Care community also offers enhanced programming and care from highly trained professionals who specialize in caring for those with Alzheimer’s or dementia. Plus, residents also have the opportunity to utilize on-site Therapy Services provided by Edgewood’s healthcare services division, CaringEdge. Our goal is for you or your loved one to thrive rather than just get by.
We know home isn’t a place as much as it is a feeling, and we can help ease your mind and create the connections that will make Edgewood home. Our Assisted Living offers gracious living spaces with sun-filled rooms and remarkable amenities, plus the people to provide the care you need, when you need it. The notion of moving out of the place you’ve called home for 10, 20 or even 50 years is a difficult and scary thought, but with our friendly faces and warm environments we can help you make your home right here.
The unique combination of Edgewood’s housing, healthcare and comfortable amenities can truly make a difference in the life of you and your family. Our approach offers a continuum of care, with services customized for each individual’s needs. Residents can live as independently as they choose and still receive the care they choose, when they need it. Our team members are dedicated to your well-being and can provide a range of support.
Edgewood’s Memory Care residents live as independently as possible within a smaller, more comfortable environment. Our communities are designed to feel like any cozy home; there are spaces to gather, socialize and relax with family and friends. Our communities are designed to simulate the comfort, sounds, smells and feeling of home that ignite our residents’ long-term memories to bring them joy and contentment.
No detail is too small, and while we offer soothing room colors and décor throughout, residents are encouraged to bring their own special pictures, furniture and treasures to make their apartment home.
Our open floor plan allows residents to see every area of their home without having to open doors or walk long hallways. The open concept provides clarity and prompts them to interact with their surroundings and new friends, keeping them engaged, which reduces wandering, behaviors and depression while promoting physical and social well-being.
Our therapists are committed to making you stronger at every level; they do a lot more than just stretch and strengthen weak muscles or joints after an injury or surgery. Therapists are skilled at evaluating and diagnosing potential problems before they lead to more serious injuries or conditions, proactively offering solutions to help avoid future life-changing events, such as a fall.
Our goal is to make a significant improvement in our residents’ lives by providing exceptional therapeutic services and care, while promoting optimal health, wellness, safety and function, through offering:
- Physical therapy helps maintain mobility and quality of life. Physical therapists can get you moving again, using scientifically based treatment techniques that focus on restoring function, reducing pain, and correcting or preventing injury – staying active can help manage your overall long-term health.
- Occupational therapy practitioners use research and scientific evidence to ensure their interventions are effective. With a strong knowledge of a person’s psychological, physical, emotional and social makeup, occupational therapists can evaluate how your condition is affecting your body and mind. An occupational therapist will evaluate your situation and, with input from you, family, friends and/or care providers, develop individualized goals that will allow you to resume or improve valued daily activities.
- Speech therapy is provided by licensed speech-language pathologists (SLPs), who work to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication and swallowing disorders in residents that have experienced an injury or illness that affects their communication.