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About Syringa Place - Twin Falls, ID
Syringa Place is an assisted living community located in Twin Falls Idaho, the Twin Falls area is best known for the Snake River Canyon and its many waterfalls and vistas. We are located just one mile south of Centennial Waterfront Park and it is a popular afternoon destination for many of our residents. Twin Falls also offers the opportunity for residents to enjoy cultural activities at the Heyde Center for the Arts as well as shopping and dining downtown.
The heartbeat of Syringa Place is our cheerful staff who provide hands on care based on individual needs and will go out of their way to make you comfortable. We are available 24 hours a day to assist with everything from medication management to daily activities. We accept short term and respite stays as well as working with residents needing urgent placement. Each resident has an individualized care plan that is developed with input from the resident, their family and their medical team. We will make adjustments to the care plan as your loved one’s needs change.
We have many activities and amenities designed to help make the most of every day:
•Reading in the cozy library
•Card and board games
•Large activity room for arts and crafts
•Private dining room for entertaining guests
•Pet friendly community
•Enclosed outdoor courtyard with space for gardening
Our spacious restaurant style dining room provides plenty of options for meals and snacks. All of our menus are designed by a registered dietician and we can accommodate different dietary needs. Residents and visitors alike often comment on the wonderful food prepared by our chefs.
Our well maintained fitness center offers regular exercise groups, Tai Chi and fall prevention classes as well as individual exercise opportunities.
We offer generously sized, well lit apartments that are equipped with all the comforts of home as well as additional safety features. Both common and private spaces are designed to accommodate wheelchairs and walkers