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At Pillsbury Senior Communities, we are commited to providing quality care to our residents. 

We carefully choose our staff -  from housekeepers, to caregivers, to nurses and management staff.  We are proud that our experienced team includes many employees who have been with us for over 15 to 20 years.  As part of our dedication to quality care for our residents, our employees are required to perform a minimum of 12 in-service hours per year that directly relate to their job responsibilities.  Most of our employees well exceed this.

Our job at our Supportive Independent Communities is to offer apartments and provide supportive services to keep our residents as independent as possible. Many of our residents require little or no services beyond housekeeping, activities, transportation and the main meal, although we do offer a weekly wellness clinic to assist the resident in maintaining their own health as part of our services. In the spirit of supporting our independent residents, we do not charge our residents for emergency calls that our staff respond to. It is much more important that the resident feels comfortable and unrestricted at a time that they are in a distressed situation, or are feeling medically compromised. Our ability to respond is your whole reason for living in our community.

Allenwood at Pillsbury Senior Communities was recognized as a 2013 recipient of the Bronze Committment to Quality Award for it's dedication to improving the lives of residents through improved quality care.  The award is one of three distinctions possible through the National Quality Award Program, presented by the American Healthcare Association and the National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL).  The program honors facilities across the nation that have demonstrated their committment to quality care for seniors and individuals with disabilities.

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The Pillsbury Caregivers are top quality. From those who serve in the dining area, those who give personal care, the nurses and nurse supervisors, there is a genuine concern for the well-being of the residents.” – Sue Ellis, daughter of Nanette Villere
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