What makes us different from a home or cottage?

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Exclusively Memory Care Every aspect of Creekside Inn is oriented toward meeting the needs of your loved one with memory loss, Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of dementia.

24 Hour On-Site Licensed Nurses. For your peace of mind your loved one can always receive nursing services at Creekside Inn even in the middle of the night or on weekends.

While some communities use nursing assistants or trained-on-the-job med-techs, our Licensed Nurses are more qualified to:

• Distribute medications and monitor reactions

• Manage respiratory issues and monitor oxygen

• Recognize changes in conditions

• Make key decisions in emergency situations

• Monitor diabetic care and help with injections, glucose levels, skin care, nutrition, and podiatrist visits

Enhanced Activities Seven Days a Week

We provide mental stimulation and socialization for your loved one every day. There are multiple activity choices based on social desire and cognitive levels.

Family Owned and Operated for Over 50 years The Koelsch family has been providing quality care for those with memory issues in warm, nurturing environments since 1958.

Our Personal

Touch Programs

We help your loved one get the most out of life with this special holistic program that instills significance in every interaction. Specialized Dementia Training for Staff Continuous training ensures that expert memory care is provided. High care team ratios allow maximum personal time and attention.

Abundant Secured Community Areas Size matters. Creekside Inn is large enough to provide numerous common areas, yet we are small enough to make your loved one feel at home.

Wonderful Testimonials from Families

“I was looking for a place with the right heart — where my husband would be treated with dignity and respect. For the first little while it was hard to let go of caring for him, but now instead of just my hands caring for him, he has many.

My high expectations have finally been met.” — Wife of a Creekside Inn resident

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If you would like more information about Creekside Inn, go to www.creeksideinnidaho.com.

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