services & accommodations

The following are just some of the assisted living services and accommodations we offer:

  • Private and semi-private rooms
  • Room furnishings provided if personal belongings are not preferred
  • 24 hour supervision and care
  • Daily Music Therapy Activities
  • Aromatherapy – Read: Aromatherapy To Care For The Elderly
  • Pet therapy
  • Dressing and grooming assistance
  • Replacement bed and bath linens provided
  • Laundry service
  • Bathing assistance
  • Activities and entertainment
  • All meals and snacks
  • Ambulation / transferring supervision
  • Housekeeping
  • Home health, hospice & therapy agencies may provide services at all locations
  • Spiritual services
  • Medication assistance & administration by Metro MedPass
  • Routine podiatry visits available
  • Physician and nurse practitioner house calls available
  • 24 hour assistance with all activities of daily living (ADLs)
Learn more about our partnership with the LSU School of Nursing
Learn more about our partnership with the LSU School of Nursing

We offer assisted living senior services in a true residence that large operations can only hope to emulate.  All caregivers are trained in dementia care and receive background checks.  Every Peristyle Residence is protected by an automatic sprinkler system and monitored security and fire system.

Peristyle Residences team of professional caregivers includes a Registered Nurse who serves as our Wellness Coordinator, an RN and LPNs who manage Medication Administration, Music Therapy Department, an Activities Coordinator, and each home is served by a dedicated House Manager and a caring team of CNAs. Our caregivers are trained to serve residents with Alzheimer’s and related dementia care needs.

The Importance of Music Therapy - by Becca Stone, MT-BC, Board Certified Music Therapist, Peristyle Residences

For individuals with cognitive impairments, they may feel as if their mind is going, as it becomes more difficult to navigate their daily world. Research has shown that the use of music as an interactive, therapeutic tool, not only exercises the mind, but also allows individuals the opportunity to meaningfully engage with those around them. Music therapy is a clinical, evidence-based treatment in which music is used to address a series of individualized, non-musical goals. Music therapy interventions can be designed to increase positive socialization, increase self-esteem, manage pain and stress, and provide a reassuring space for emotional expression. Music therapy also provides emotional support for residents and their families to connect and offer a means for creative thinking. The songs used in a group are generally ones that the residents recognize that evoke responses due to familiarity and feelings of comfort. Music is a universal, nonthreatening experience, in which unique and beneficial results are possible.