Kalispell, Montana

Beehive Homes of Kalispell

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Beehive Homes of Kalispell

242 Stillwater Rd
Kalispell, MT 59901
(406) 871-8667
Beehive Homes of Kalispell, Retirement Communities, Family and Kids, Kalispell, Montana

A family member afflicted with Alzheimer’s or dementia places an extreme amount of pressure on the ill and their family. Special, around-the-clock care is necessary while ensuring they’re as comfortable as possible. At BeeHive® Homes of Kalispell in Montana, your loved one will receive the care they need and the relief of pressure you all deserve. This assisted living facility offers residents a beautiful facility, caring and professional staff members, and home-like comfortability as they cater to each individual’s needs.


From private rooms to activities designed to keep residents active physically and mentally, every amenity offered by this assisted living facility was designed with the resident’s best interest in mind. They also boast a caring staff, are available 24 hours a day, offer tasty and nutritional meals approved by a certified dietician, perform daily housekeeping and laundry services, and foster a great sense of community between neighbors.


Specializing in dementia and Alzheimer’s care, this is the senior living facility you can trust to keep your loved ones safe and cared for. Their medical staff members work closely with patients to ensure they’re taking medication and, for those with more progressed illnesses, are under a watchful eye. If you’re interested in helping those dealing with dementia or Alzheimer’s, you can join their team of med techs and PCAs.


The idea of needing a memory care facility to take care of your loved one can be a scary thought, but you can rest easy when BeeHive Homes of Kalispell is the facility you choose for them. Call this assisted living facility today at (406) 871-8667 or visit them online for more information.

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