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Welcome to Main Street Manor Independent & Assisted Living


Main Street Manor Independent & Assisted Living is a part of ABCM Corporation. The 17-unit living complex features four distinct one and two bedroom types ranging in size from 390 sq.ft. to 900 sq.ft., three levels of care based on individual need, generous amenities and services, as well as additional options to accommodate lifestyle choices. Main Street Manor Independent & Assisted Living focuses on wellness and keeping tenants as independent as possible.

 

Apartment Features

  • One or two bedrooms
  • Month-to-month, semi-annual, or annual rental agreements
  • Full size refrigerator in kitchen
  • Step-in shower
  • Individually controlled thermostats
  • Garage available for an additional fee

 

Care & Services

  • Bathing and dressing
  • Medication administration
  • Transportation
  • Three well-balanced meals daily
  • Housekeeping and laundry
  • Group outings and activities
  • Emergency wireless pendants
  • Access to 24-hour nursing care at Valley Vue Care Center

 

Common Areas

  • Open concept dining and living room area
  • Laundry facilities
  • Secured building

 

ABCM's approach to independent and assisted living provides the ideal solution for seniors who need some help with daily activities, but still wish to remain active, vibrant individuals in their preferred routines and local community.

 


Contact Us

Main Street Manor Independent & Assisted Living
207 3rd Street N
Swea City, IA,50590
Ph :(515) 477-0139
Fax :(515) 477-0087


Tari Brandt
Assisted Living Mgr
tbrandt@abcmcorp.com


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