The Sarah House Way


The Sarah House has designed two leading-edge lifestyles, assisted living and specialized care for all phases of dementia, to ensure optimal independence, eyes-on care, and an energizing, positive lifestyle for our residents, "The Sarah House Way".

The concept of The Sarah House Way promotes socialization and encourages independence along with providing exemplary care for all our residents. Housekeeping, linen, and laundry service, as well as delicious, thoughtfully designed menus, are all covered amenities. Included in our service is 24-hour communication with families, weekly and daily updates, and family meetings when needed or requested.

We support our families and residents through transition, acceptance, and acclimation to their new environment. Caregivers encourage our residents to have a “life purpose” by keeping them interested and involved and by creating a happier and more content lifestyle. Each caregiver is trained to recognize, value, and help the human spirit thrive by embracing The Sarah House Way.

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We offer different living environments at The Sarah House depending on the needs of the resident. Our two resident options are assisted living or • caring for residents with dementia and alzheimer'. Our goal at The Sarah House is to promote our residents to live an independent, social, and fulfilling life.

Assisted Living

Assisted Living

At The Sarah House it is our pleasure to provide exemplary service by our qualified staff.

  • Professional staff 24 hours a day
  • Private and Semi-Private rooms available
  • Daily assistance with personal care
  • Personal laundry and linen services
  • Daily housekeeping services
  • Assistance with medication
  • Complementary furniture, bedding and linens
  • Visiting Physician, Podiatry, Home Health and Lab
  • Senior Day Program and short term stay
  • Hospice Care
  • Hair and beauty services
  • Beautiful Homelike setting
  • One “all inclusive” monthly fee

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Assisted Living

Caring for our Residents with Dementia and Alzheimer'

  • Compassionate, knowledgeable staff on-site 24/7
  • Daily housekeeping services
  • Medication management
  • Personal assistance with daily needs
  • Homestyle cooked meals
  • As-needed dining assistance
  • Hospice care

  • Private and semi-private rooms

  • Complementary furniture bedding and linens

  • Visiting physician Podiatry and home health and lab

  • Hair and beauty services

  • Emphasis on making the patients feel a sense of dignity

  • Emphasis on promoting a sense of independence

  • Mentally stimulating residents with daily tailored activities

  • Daily regimens including physical activity

  • Promoting utilizing all 5 senses

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The Sarah House Vision

To enrich our resident's lives by creating an aesthetically pleasing environment, and optimizing their physical and emotional health with staff who are caring, trained, and empathic to the resident's needs, concerns, and fears. We are convinced that by giving our residents some control in the decision-making process as well as small responsibilities we are helping them to create a more purposeful life.

The Sarah House Mission

The Sarah House exists to serve our residents, recognize value and help the human spirit thrive. We will encourage our residents to have a "life purpose" by keeping them interested, involved, and creating a happier and a more content lifestyle, "The Sarah House Way."



The Sarah House Way of dining is truly an experience based on the philosophy that enjoying a good meal should be a positive memorable event. Everyone has different eating habits and The Sarah House recognizes this and makes every effort to conform to those needs.

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Our well-trained, loving, and caring staff are carefully selected. Our hiring procedures are stringent, and our interview process is lengthy. All caregivers must have at least 5 years of experience in caring for our seniors as well as meeting all state requirements prior to employment. Our biggest and most important requirement for our staff is to have a big heart and a big smile.

Our care staff consists of:

  • House manager
  • Team leaders
  • Caregivers
  • Housekeeping

The Sarah House care staff is trained to provide exemplary services that ensure our residents are content, healthy, active, safe, and comfortable. Our caregivers are truly the heart of the Sarah House Way. As a company, we believe that positive outcomes for caregiving can only be accomplished by leading by example and that starts at the top.

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The management team represents an abundance of experience in business management and more importantly in caring for our seniors on many levels. It is this experience, care, and compassion that makes the Sarah House Way so effective and successful. The management team has a consistent presence at the communities and our management philosophy is to lead by example.

Our management consists of:

  • an administrator
  • a director of operations
  • a marketing director
  • dining services
  • building support services

The Sarah House prides itself on incorporating the skills of outside professionals to enhance the care and services to our residents. Our residents are always welcome to continue to utilize their current health care providers once they become residents at The Sarah House. The list of qualified professionals who visit The Sarah House includes:

  • Visiting Elder Care Physicians
  • Visiting Podiatrist
  • Lab Services
  • Home Health (skilled nursing, psyche nursing physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, etc.)
  • Hospice
  • Pharmacy


To apply, please download our job application, fill it out with black ink, and fax it to 1-888-562-7611.

Contact Us

Phone: (386) 898-3351
Fax: 1-888-562-7611


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