Mother of Mercy offers a full calendar of fun events and outings for our residents as well as daily and weekly get-togethers for all to enjoy.
These activities not only bring a sense of community and personal connections to our residents, they’re also opportunities to celebrate holidays, family, and faith.
After a long winter cooped up indoors, Minnesotans are ready to enjoy some fresh air and warm weather. Getting some sunlight may not only positively affect your mood, it can also impact your health.
Senior living has a stigma of being less desirable than staying in your own home. Mother of Mercy aims to change that by offering the most luxurious and comfortable senior living options you can imagine!
Located in the golf course residential neighborhood of Pondview Estates, you will quickly feel at home and be glad you made the choice to live as part of our community!
When it comes to recovery from surgery, injury, or illness, you should be able to get better at a pace – and in a place – that’s comfortable to you.
For many, that’s The Suites Rapid Recovery, located in the heart of Albany, and part of the Mother of Mercy Senior Living Campus.
When it comes to your loved ones, you want the best of the best. For some, the best option for their needs is hands-on assisted living. For others, it could be an apartment with staff available when they need it.
Regardless of what the best of the best means to you, Mother of Mercy offers many senior living options to fit your loved one’s needs.
Don’t let the cold weather stop you from having a good time.
It can be hard to keep occupied during the winter when the weather is brutal and you want to stay tucked-in indoors. However, it’s so important to find fun activities during the wintertime because they contribute a great deal to your health and happiness.
As much as we love the roaring fireplace and the snow-tipped trees, this time of year brings a host of slippery, cold dangers to avoid. Seniors, in particular, should follow these safety tips for wintertime.
November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month. President Ronald Reagan first designated the month in 1983, at a time when not much was known about the disease.
Today, Alzheimer’s affects over 5 million Americans, and the resulting memory loss can be scary for those it touches. Adults with Alzheimer’s may need additional attention and tailored care.
Though it may be tough, it’s never too early to start a conversation with your aging parent or loved one about their future.
Aging can be a taboo topic. It’s hard to begin a conversation about senior or assisted living. But with the right steps, you can make it as smooth as possible.
It’s a scary statistic: one in four older adults falls each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Many of those falls can lead to a serious injury, but the good news is falling doesn’t have to be a normal part of aging.
September 22nd is Falls Prevention Awareness Day. A fall can happen to anyone. Take note of these tips to reduce the risk for you or a loved one over age 65:
Support Mother of Mercy by attending one of the most fun country concerts in central Minnesota! The Rock the Prairie concert is located in the Albany Amphitheater off County Road 54 and proceeds go to the Mother of Mercy Foundation. Here is a rundown of what to expect!
At Mother of Mercy senior living, we strive to provide an unparalleled quality of care for our residents. An overview of some of our services make it clear we do our best to ensure those benefiting from MOM are living life to the fullest.