Coville Assisted Living and Memory Care Community
The Margot and Warren Coville Assisted Living and Memory Care Community provides a warm and home-like environment, rich with tradition and culture. Located on the A. Alfred Taubman Jewish Community Campus in Oak Park, Coville’s Memory Care Unit is located on the 2nd floor of the Prentis Apartments and is designed to enrich the lives of older adults with dementia and related conditions by providing additional supports and programming specific to the needs of those residents.
Coville’s unique design organizes suites on each floor around a central hub, consisting of a living room, kitchen and dining room/multi-purpose room. This helps to provide a home-like feeling of safety and security to Coville’s beautiful, recently renovated spaces, where residents enjoy the comforts of home in a communal setting.
People of all faiths and beliefs are welcome.
Telephone and Cable TV Access
3 Nutritional Kosher Meals each day, plus snacks; Accommodation of special diets
Emergency Call System
24-hour oversight and personalized care
Vital Sign Monitoring; Blood Glucose, Diabetic and Oxygen Monitoring
Assistance with Bathing and Dressing
Incontinence and Catheter Care
Social Work Staff & Support
Housekeeping and Laundry services
Beauty salon available on site
Activities designed to maximize each Resident’s abilities and enjoyment
Programs and activities geared for those with memory impairment
Assistance with meals
Cueing and redirection
Specialized training for staff on dementia and memory loss
High staff-to-resident ratio
Music programming, performances and sing-alongs
Art and jewelry making
Group exercise programs
Intergenerational programs with local schools
Current events, trivia and reminiscence groups
Cooking and baking club
I have more than 20 years of experience working with older adults. Prior to my position as Administrator of Coville, I worked for 10 years as the Program Coordinator of the JSL Fleischman Residence/Blumberg Plaza as well as the Coordinator of JSL Activity Professionals. Prior to working with older adults I worked in education, where I created educational programs for both traditional and non-traditional students. That skill set has been beneficial in providing in-service training for Coville staff. Along with my colleagues, I work every day to improve the quality of life for the older adults we serve by meeting their social, spiritual and physical needs.
Fran Carlisi-Cordle, LPN
I have been a nurse for more than 40 years. I did the majority of my clinical training at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. I have extensive nursing home experience as a charge nurse, as well as in hospitals and long-term care facilities. I also worked as an insurance review nurse. Prior to coming to Coville I was working on the JSL West Bloomfield campus as a weekend nursing supervisor and I was also teaching Certified Nursing Assistants at Career Advancement in Healthcare Institute. I have enjoyed my 7 years working in assisted living the most and I adore being a part of our residents’ everyday lives, helping them maintain their independence. I enjoy reading, playing games on the computer, swimming, traveling and spending time with my family.
Resident Service Coordinator
Memory Care Activity Coordinator
I am the Program Coordinator for the Memory Care Floor at the Margot and Warren Coville Assisted Living Apartments in Oak Park, MI. I’m currently attending Wayne State University studying social work, and will be graduating with my MSW. I have more than 13 years of experience teaching pre-school, and am passionate about my work. I enjoy creating and implementing meaningful and exciting programs for residents. My goal is for each resident to feel empowered, successful, happy and safe. I’m the proud mom of five children, ages 6 through 13, and enjoy early morning kickboxing class.
I feel fortunate to have been a part of Jewish Senior Life for the past 8 years and in my current role at Coville for the last 2 years. I love working with the Coville residents by keeping them mentally and physically active and engaged. I am constantly amazed by the residents and am always learning something new from their knowledge and experiences. I’m married with two children. When I’m not working I enjoy Zumba, following General Hospital on television, and enjoying University of Michigan football afternoons in Ann Arbor.
Jewish Senior Life and Jewish Apartments & Services, Inc. does not discriminate on the basis of disability status in the admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its federally assisted programs and activities.
The person named below has been designated to coordinate compliance with the nondiscrimination requirements contained in the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s regulating implementing Section 504 (24 CFR, Part 8 dated June 2, 1988).
Compliance Coordinator: Michelle Buda 15000 W. 10 Mile Road, Oak Park, MI 48237 Phone 248-592-1101 TTY# 711
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