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elderly and a caregiver

Our Assisted Living Staff

Each member of the staff of Silver Treasures at St. Augustine is cross-trained at one or more of our three other facilities located... read more

en elderly and her grand children

What residents Say About Us

My Mom moved in two weeks ago and this is the first time in over five years that I was actually happy to see her and we were... read more

an elderly couple

Why Silver Treasures

The criteria for residency in assisted living is based on the needs of the individual. Typically the family will identify that there is a need.. read more

Health & Quality Care

Silver Treasures at St. Augustine is operated by dedicated staff members who are trained, licensed and experienced in elder care. We will personally oversee every aspect of your care, and provide the standard of excellence that you deserve for your home. The full range of care available twenty-four hours a day, when it's needed. Doctors, nurses, rehabilitation and medical services are available on-site.

Happiness, Comfort & Companionship

Silver Treasures at St. Augustine is close to shopping and cultural activities, yet also near beautiful beaches, golf courses and outdoor recreation. It's a home that your entire family will enjoy with you, with indoor and outdoor spaces for all kinds of family gatherings.

The grounds border the Intracoastal Waterway marsh, with a trail for walking, with lighting and benches. Assisted living residents can enjoy the fitness center, a library and media center, and the barber shop and beauty parlor.

Security & Peace of Mind

Silver Treasures at St. Augustine is operated by dedicated staff members who are trained, licensed and experienced in elder care.

Dining

Residents in the assisted living community are provided with three meals a day, designed by our certified nutritionist. A private dining room can accommodate your personal parties, with seating for up to sixteen...

Why Silver Treasures

The criteria for residency in assisted living will be based on the needs of the individual.

Typically the family will identify that there is a need for assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) that include showering, hygiene, dietary issues, and medication management among other activities.

Forgetting to take daily medication is very common, poor diet choices, lack of socialization and fear of falling all contribute to the decision to seek assisted living for a member of the family.