Assisted Living

What is Assisted Living?

Abbington Senior Living provides assisted services to those seniors who value their independence but need help with some daily activities, such as bathing, dressing, and/or medication management. The actual level of care will depend on the amount of time provided in the service plan for each resident.  Our staff has been trained to help create an individual plan that will help seniors with their unique needs.

The wonderful care my mom has had at the Abbington has been on my mind a lot lately. Mom moved from Portland to Mapleton 3 years ago. We looked at other facilities of course, but when we went to the Abbington things clicked right away. We loved the facility and the setting, right at the base of the mountains. Incredible views in an incredible setting. We really liked the creative activities and range of fun things the residents could do. But with my Mom’s declining health we came to understand the real beauty and the most important component of the Abbington experience: the caretakers and staff who care for the residents. Each and every one of them make each resident feel special and part of the Abbington family. Residents are greeted by name in the halls and in the dining room, every time. I have been to dozens of meals with my mom and have always seen patience and respect as my mom, afflicted by strokes, tried to make her preferences known. Typically the staff know her so well, they already know what she wants, but they never rush her or finish her sentences. The last year my mom has had some tough health challenges to deal with, challenges that increased the level of care she needed from Abbington caregivers. They met mom’s needs every time. As a nurse myself, I came to appreciate the innovative and effective care the team provided for my mom. Sadly, her final chapter came to a close last week and I was profoundly touched to see the love and affection shown by the caregivers. There is no mountain setting or beautiful view that is more profound than genuinely caring and patient care givers. They are the real beauty of the Abbington. Our family will be eternally grateful for the Abbington family and for the grace and dignity they assured for my mom when she needed them the most.

Gordon Eddington

What is Available with Assisted Living?

  • Care Level A

    • For residents who require little assistance— but much peace of mind.
    • Includes Medication Management and Safety Checks
  • Care Level B

    • For residents who need greater assistance with personal care
    • Includes Care Level A PLUS Behavior Monitoring as needed
  • Care Level C

    • For residents who require extensive help with personal care
    • Includes Care Level A & B PLUS Behavior Management and help with cogintive impairments
  • Memory Care

    • For residents with security needs

Learn more from a personal meeting with our staff!