Mother of Perpetual Help
7609 Watson Road
St. Louis, MO 63119
Mother of Perpetual Help is an assisted living residence on the CRSS Shrewsbury campus. It is part of a continuum of care for senior adults which includes Our Lady of Life Apartments (Senior Apartment Living) and Mary, Queen and Mother Center (Skilled Nursing and Rehab).
Mother of Perpetual Help provides a secure home environment for its residents, who want to enjoy their independence, but need a little assistance. Staff provides 24-hour protective oversight and nursing care for residents, who live in their own apartments within the facility. They serve three meals a day in the beautiful dining room, so residents never have to cook.
At Mother of Perpetual Help, the goal is to provide the best possible physical, social and spiritual care for our residents. Mother of Perpetual Help is built on a strong tradition of encouraging independence. We strive to maintain an atmosphere of caring, warmth and support.
Activities and Programs
Residents may be as active as they care to be, with activities and outings planned by our activity coordinator. These include exercise classes, lectures, art and crafts, card games, parties, and other special events. Residents enjoy outings to shopping, dining, theater and sporting events.
Wellness programs, along with physical and occupational therapy, add to the health benefits of living at Mother of Perpetual Help. An on-campus medical clinic is also available for residents to visit a physician without having to leave the campus.
For more information, call us at 314-918-2260, or stop by for a tour.
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