Services and Amenities we offer
Our team of specialists provides a full suite of physical, occupational, and speech therapy services.
Residents can visit our on-site hair salon for exceptional styling close to home.
Other Amenities we offer
“Adele” stands for “Alzheimer’s and Dementia Enhanced Living Environment”. Adele Court is designed to provide a peaceful, homelike atmosphere. Families are encouraged to arrange and decorate the residents’ room to make it as comfortable and familiar as possible. Among its amenities, the facility has several lounges and multi-sensory, music, and shower rooms.
Our expanded activities offerings are designed to maximize each resident’s quality of life, dignity, ongoing life experiences, and self-esteem. Residents can choose to participate in a range of programs and activities based on their interests, life skills, and tolerance for participation.
Music & Memory
Our Music & Memory program helps people living with a wide range of cognitive and physical challenges find renewed joy in life through musical favorites.
Compassionate Touch is a holistic approach that combines skilled touch with compassionate presence to enhance quality of life for those in the later stages of life.
Opening Minds through Art (OMA)
Opening Minds through Art (OMA) is an award-winning, evidence-based, intergenerational art-making program for people with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Residents participate in a failure-free program designed to provide opportunities for creative self-expression and social engagement. The 12-week course concludes with an exhibition showcasing our artists’ work.
The Multi-Sensory Room (also known as a Snoezelen Room) was devised by two Dutch therapists who, in the early 1970s, worked with people who had developmental disabilities. Snoezelen is a good example of multi-sensory stimulation for Alzheimer’s disease or any dementia. Our Multi-Sensory Room is a private room that displays optical illusions combined with lighting effects, aromas, colors, textures, and sounds to stimulate a person’s sense of hearing, smell, touch, and sight. The Multi-Sensory Room is specially designed to combine a range of stimuli to help individuals develop and engage their senses. Its ability to compensate for cognitive deficits makes it a very useful tool in dementia care.
LNHA, Administrator, Certified Dementia Practitioner
Kaitlyn Mangan, LNHA, is the Administrator at Carroll as well as a Certified Dementia Practitioner. The primary purpose of her job is to direct the day-to-day functions of the facility in accordance with current federal, state, and local standards, guidelines, and regulations to ensure the highest quality care is provided to our residents at all times. She holds a BA in Gerontology from Youngstown State University. In college, Kaitlyn completed internships at the Alzheimer’s Association and at our Elmwood facility as activities director, where she fell in love with long-term care. Kaitlyn is a newlywed and a dog lover, and when she’s not at work, you can find her enjoying the honeymoon phase with her new husband, playing with her dog, and hanging out with her niece and nephew.
RN, Director of Nursing
Nicole Jones, RN, is the Director of Nursing at Carroll, where she directs, oversees, and evaluates nursing personnel with specific attention to providing quality patient care. After working for 10 years with developmentally disabled adults in a supportive living site as a Life Coach, Nicole attended Stark State College of Technology and completed the LPN to RN bridge program. She graduated in 2018 as a member of Phi Theta Kappa and the President’s List. Prior to becoming our DON, Nicole was our night shift supervisor. During the summer, Nicole enjoys taking vacations and boating with her family at Salt Fork and Deep Creek. Nicole also loves winter, snow, and everything about Christmas. She listens to Christmas music all year long and annoys her family with her cheerful singing.