An open house was held on Sunday, January 26th for the newest addition to the community; the Martensville Care Home. This is the first of its kind in Martensville, and owner/operator Alisa Borowsky, is looking forward to being able to provide a new level of care for the area.
As a local resident, Borowsky saw that there was a need for a care home in the area and after seeing her aunt who was in need of a place, struggle to find available beds, she decided to take the next step. Currently finishing her Continuing Care Assistant designation, which will be completed this year, Borowsky began the steps towards opening the Martensville Care Home in January of 2019. The location at 6-1st Avenue North was purchased in July of 2019, with construction beginning in August.
The finished home has a beautiful, comfortable feeling to it and can house up to 14 people. “We are really proud of this place and we wanted it to have a cozy feeling to it because it is a home where people will be living and they will have their family visiting them. We wanted people to walk in and feel comfortable and I think we accomplished that,” Borowsky said.
The home will be staffed 24 hours and the monthly cost includes all room and board, three meals a day plus multiple snacks, laundry services, one haircut monthly if desired, medication assistance, daily activities, a weekly prayer group if desired, an adjustable bed with hospital grade mattress, dresser, mirror, nightstand and bi-weekly RN visits from a nurse next door. Additional services are available for an extra fee.
“If anyone has questions, feel free to give us a call. We also welcome anyone that wants to come in for a tour and see what rooms we have available,” Borowsky added. For more information, contact (639) 441-0125 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.