Caritas Residence FAQ

A:Caritas was built in partnership with the Sisters of Charity as a women-only residence. Most suites are reserved for this congregation; however a small number of suites are available for women in the community. Please contact our General Manager for more information.
A:No, you do not need to be associated with the Sisters of Charity to live here. For more information on becoming a resident, please contact our General Manager.
A:At Caritas, our suites are furnished but you can bring your own furnishing and decorations to make it feel like home.
A:Your family and friends are welcome to visit you at any time. We simply ask that you are present for the duration of their visit.
A:Unfortunately, Caritas Residence is not able to accommodate overnight guests.
A:Parkland offers all-inclusive packages designed to cover the costs of daily living, including three meals per day, weekly laundry and housekeeping services, medication administration and individualized care based on assessment, organized recreation activities, cable and local phone service.
A:Caritas offers Care at Home for those requiring additional services in the comfort of their home. Care at Home provides one-on-one assistance, so when the little things seem big, Care at Home`s caring employees are there to help. Care at Home care providers can assist clients with personal care as well as accompaniment to appointments and stay with you during a post-hospital recovery.

Care at Home also offers a Transitional Package to help you settle into your new home.

For more information on Care at Home services call Colleen McKenna, Care at Home Manager at 902-406-8238.