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CentraCare – Monticello St. Benedict’s Community

Our staff is available to answer questions about financial and medical needs. We can also help you navigate through our living accommodations and services.

For a personal introduction to our community or to schedule a tour, please call 763-295-4051.

A Community Setting

Convenience, independence, and lifestyle are important aspects when choosing a place to call home. CentraCare – Monticello St. Benedict’s Community is convenient to Interstate I-94 and local restaurants, shopping, places of worship, cultural activities, parks and other attractions.

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We believe in healthy aging and providing nourishment for both the body and soul; striving to create a vibrant atmosphere where life can be lived to the fullest. We offer a full continuum of care that covers your emotional, intellectual, social, spiritual and physical wellness.

The design of our campus is a unique blend of home and community. You will find plenty of inviting indoor and outdoor spaces throughout our community providing gathering spaces for families and friends to visit.

Features Include:

  • Beautiful common areas
  • Chapel for all faiths
  • Executive chef
  • Town Centre cafe
  • General store
  • Movie theater
  • Underground heated parking
  • Fitness center
  • Beauty salon
  • Planned outings, activities and social events
  • Attractive, professionally landscaped grounds and gardens

Accommodations and Services

Specialized Diabetic Management Services

About one in four people over the age of 60 have diabetes. Living with diabetes can be effectively managed. At St. Benedict’s Community – Monticello, nurses are available to help residents regulate their health. With age comes an increased risk for specific complications and unique challenges that require diligent care. Our health care professionals specialize in caring for residents with diabetes.

Registered nurses provide education about the self-management of diabetes, which is a key component in improving the health and quality of life for diabetics. One of the main goals is to control the blood sugar level by keeping it as close to normal as possible.

Every day can bring hurdles that a person must overcome and we are here to assist.

Nurses assist tenants with:

  • Carbohydrate counting
  • Blood sugar testing (to maintain the proper levels)
  • Insulin administration (including sliding scale, also is provided by the staff)

Diabetes-related complications managed by Home Care nurses include:

  • Circulation problems, especially in the feet
  • Heart disease
  • Hyper/hypoglycemia
  • Wound care

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