The Right Assistance to Keep You Independent
Welcome to our Assisted Living and Memory Care at Friendship Village! Here, you’ll receive just the right amount of assistance with daily activities, so you can enjoy an active lifestyle and feel right at home. Our mission is to enhance your independence, protect your privacy and open the door to endless possibilities. To keep you well, we provide excellent health services and lots of social events and community activities.
Now adding Assisted Living to our Chesterfield Campus coming in 2020.
Assisted Living Services, Amenities & Floor Plans
- Inclusive pricing
- Three delicious, well-balanced meals daily in our spacious dining room, with a wide array of menu choices
- Medication management
- Showering and dressing assistance
- 24/7 licensed nursing oversight
- Full-time RN and 24-hour licensed nurse
- All utilities (gas, water, sewer, electricity)
- Local telephone service
- Weekly housekeeping
- Flat linen laundry service
- Scheduled transportation to medical appointments
- Cable TV (over 80 channels)
- Library and high-speed internet access
- Bus outings to local favorites
- Weekly Bible studies and Sunday services to nurture spiritual wellness
- Specialized memory care program
- Private dining room available for family celebrations
- Priority access to skilled nursing, if ever needed
- Wide array of social and recreational activities
- Personal laundry
- Beauty and barber
- Long-distance telephone
- Personal transportation
- Meal delivery
- Guest meals
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Testimonials From Residents
“I believe I’m living in the Cadillac of all assisted living communities in the Midwest. The food is excellent, the entertainment is professional, and the staff is wonderful. I love living here!”
“I have been here for seven years and love it! The staff here is really wonderful, and they go out of their way for me…that is really important.”
"In the brief time Mom has been at your community, she already feels cared for and comfortable. The entire staff has made us all feel welcome and part of the Friendship Village Assisted Living and Memory Care family. Mom enjoys participating in the daily exercise classes, Wednesday Bible study and the various fun events and activities. And Mom loves the convenience of three delicious meals in the dining room. The entire staff has smoothed the transition as we adjust to a new environment along with Mom. After investigating several assisted living facilities, we chose Friendship Village Assisted Living and Memory Care as the best fit for Mom, and we are delighted that she is here."
"Friendship Village Assisted Living and Memory Care exceeded our expectations and helped make the transition smooth.”
Meet the Assisted Living Staff
Assisted Living and Memory Care Administrator
Nicole joined Friendship Village Assisted Living and Memory Care as Senior Living Specialist in October 2014, after many years of experience in the long-term care pharmacy industry. Along with a passion for serving seniors, she brings her in-depth knowledge of customer service and solid experience in sales & marketing to her role at Friendship Village. As Senior Living Specialist, Nicole met with prospective residents and family members as they sought to make informed senior living choices. In January 2017, she took the helm of the Friendship Village Assisted Living and Memory Care community and has completed her administrator’s license.
When not at Friendship Village, Nicole enjoys baking and spending time with her family.
Resident Care Director
Nancy came to Friendship Village Assisted Living and Memory Care with over 15 years of experience in long-term care. She works directly with doctors and families to tailor a plan of care to each individual’s needs. She enjoys getting to know each resident personally and hearing about their life experiences and achievements.
Nancy graduated from the Lutheran School of Nursing in St. Louis. When not at Friendship Village Assisted Living, she enjoys spending time with her family.
Director, Memory Care Programs
Rebekah joined Friendship Village Assisted Living & Memory Care as the Life Enrichment Director in February 2016. She brings over 17 years of experience in the geriatric and recreational therapy industry. Rebekah has a passion for serving seniors and enriching their lives every day!
Rebekah graduated from Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, MO in 2001 with her Bachelor of Science in Therapeutic Recreation and a minor in Psychology and is also a Certified Therapeutic Recreational Therapist.
Prior to Rebekah bringing her talents to Friendship Village, her career was in the fields of geriatrics and pediatrics. Since joining Friendship Village, Rebekah has strived to increase the quality of life for all assisted living residents. She works hard to cultivate an environment where residents thrive. In 2020 Rebekah was promoted to Director of Memory Care Programs in Assisted Living for both Sunset Hills and Chesterfield campuses. She is very excited to be on the cutting edge of Memory Care! Since being promoted, Rebekah has earned her CMDCP (Certified Montessori Dementia Care Practitioner) which will allows her to be a certified trainer on both Friendship Village campuses. Rebekah is overjoyed to bring this new, proactive approach to Friendship Village with a motto of “Living Life with Purpose Every Day!”
When not at Friendship Village, Rebekah enjoys spending time antiquing, going to flea markets, being outdoors at area parks and creeks, spending time with family, and most of all playing with her children. She also has a love for singing, going to concerts, creating art, and bringing joy to others every day!
Assisted Living Specialist
George Walker joined the Friendship Village team in April of 2020, but working for seniors has been a part of his life for quite a while. He began working in senior living in high school and through college as a Dietary Aid as well as an Activity Assistant.
George completed his Bachelor of Science in Education at the University of Missouri at St. Louis in 2006. George then went on to teach high school English in St. Louis for seven years before getting back to working in Senior Living. Since making this change, he has served as not only the Business Office Director for another Assisted Living Community in St. Louis, but also the Community Relations Director for a Private Home Health company in St. Louis.
He is married and has a young son named Jackson. When George is not working to help seniors and their families, he enjoys traveling, reading, dancing, throwing darts, and of course, spending time with his family.