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Phoenix Assisted Care

Phone: (919) 460-8644
Fax: (919) 469-3772
201 Westhigh St
Cary, NC 27513

Phoenix Assisted Care provides a home-like atmosphere, without the work of cooking, cleaning, shopping for groceries, and doing laundry. Our professional staff works with each individual’s physicians to coordinate the best possible care for the individual. A full calendar of events is planned from shopping excursions, trips to scenic locations, devotional and church services, musical performances, bingo, cooking clubs, and much more!

Phoenix Assisted Care features dietitian-approved menus to fit a variety of dietary needs. Delicious, home-cooked meals are served in our elegant dining rooms by our caring and hospitable staff.




At the Phoenix Assisted Care, our services are meant to help enrich the lives of our residents. Services include:

  • Personalized care plans and coordination with medical professionals

  • Elegant dining

  • Snacks available throughout the day

  • Housekeeping and linen services

  • Scheduled local transportation services

  • Utilities and basic cable TV

Assisted Living

We understand that some people reach a point where they require individual assistance to meet their activities of daily living. Phoenix Assisted Care services that promote independence while also assisting individuals to maintain a healthy quality of life. Our professionals work closely with each individual’s medical professionals to deliver a personalized care plan including:

  • Medication monitoring and administration

  • Assistance with bathing, dressing, grooming, eating, correspondence and scheduling appointments

  • Preparing and serving meals including special diets as directed by physicians

  • Housekeeping services as needed

  • Incontinence assistance

  • Access to nursing care and physical, speech and occupational therapy


Reflections Memory Care provides comprehensive and compassionate care in a secure environment and has been specifically designed for people with Alzheimer’s Disease and other related memory disorders to provide comfort and security in a home-like environment. The program supports each person’s existing capabilities while reaffirming dignity and self-esteem. Individual life skills such as setting the table and folding laundry are honored and may be incorporated into a resident’s day, replicating as much as possible the routines that are familiar and comfortable.


The philosophy of the Reflections Memory Care Program is based on the concept of creating pleasant days. Simply put, this means finding ways to involve residents in activities that they prefer, at which they can be successful and that are pleasurable to them. If something as simple as walking in the sunshine or singing a favorite song brings happiness or contentment to a resident, then we have created a pleasant day. Being involved in something meaningful and purposeful, regardless of its simplicity, is the goal.

Respite Care

We understand that many caregivers choose to provide care for their loved ones at home. In the event that caregivers or family members need to leave the care of their loved one to someone else for a short period of time, we are here to help with a gift of time to the caregiver. Respite Care provides personal care assistance, meals, transportation, and access to all scheduled activities and outings. Respite reservations are based on current room availability and costs are based on room rates.


"Very professional and the administrator and her staff take considerable time to answer questions and educate families. Clean, well run facility."

Renee Servance

"It is with utmost pleasure I write this review for a facility with the staff and an Administrator who are caring and compassionate towards your family member and your needs. The Administrator directed and guided us in making it a home for our Mother. Phoenix Assisted Care is clean, has good food and many activities for the residents. It is well managed and everyone is friendly and helpful. I highly recommend Phoenix Assisted Care."

Sincerely submitted; Fran and Bernard Castella

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