Choose Avielle Haven for your Adult Care Needs
With an aging population, adult foster care is on the rise. As the caretaker of a loved one, you want to make sure that you are choosing the right people and environment to provide the quality care you expect. Avielle Haven is that place – a quaint little home located at the end of a quiet street, nestled out in the country. Wildlife and Nature’s beauty create a picturesque view to enjoy while relishing a cup of coffee and catching up with your friends. And to top it off, our registered nurses, who own and run Avielle Haven, mingle with the residents, keeping everyone safe and sound.
Adult Foster Care vs. Assisted Living
When deciding whether to put a loved one into adult foster care or assisted living, you must first understand the difference between the two options. Generally, adult foster care facilities have fewer residents than assisted living and are less expensive. There is also more interaction between the residents and staff with adult foster care. You can feel at ease knowing that at Avielle Haven, our team of skilled health professionals will provide a safe, loving, and relaxed home environment for your loved one.
Changing the Way You Feel About Adult Foster Care Living
Avielle Haven offers a wide variety of options for you and your loved one. Our friendly and nurturing staff provides a warm living environment that you are more than welcome to visit. You can see first-hand some of the following services:
- Adult foster care
- Respite care
- Senior living
- Home cooked meals
- Physician-ordered diet
- Assistance with bathing and dressing
- Assistance with medication
- Laundry and housekeeping
Meet the Team
We are run by registered nurses Cari Foerster and Robin Rappley. Robin obtained her RN from Delta College in 1990, her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Sociology from Central Michigan University in 1984, and her Masters of Business Administration from University of Phoenix in 2003. She is a board-certified psychiatric nurse and certified dementia practitioner. Cari obtained her Associate of Applied Science in Nursing from Delta College in 2010 and is working on obtaining her Bachelors in Science and Nursing from the University of Michigan, Flint. She is a certified dementia practioner.