Live independently ... with a little extra help when needed.
You want to remain independent -- and living life the way you want to might mean you need extra support from time to time. You'll find that and so much more in Assisted Living at Brio of Johnston!
In Assisted Living at Brio, you will live as independently as you desire and are able. Our professional, skilled team members will help tailor a plan to meet your needs, customizing the help we provide to maximize the Brio experience. Our unique approach to Assisted Living will let you focus less on logistics and more on living.
At Brio, you’ll find a concierge model of Assisted Living; the help you need is ready when you need it, but the focus is on making it possible for you to live well. From our spacious apartments and gathering spaces, delicious Americana-themed dining, and programming to enrich health and well-being, you'll wonder why you didn’t make the move sooner. And our community is truly like a closely knit neighborhood; before long, your fellow residents will become your friends.
In Assisted Living at Brio of Johnston, you will also enjoy:
- The warmth of a neighborhood setting in one of the Des Moines Metro's most desirable communities
- A spacious apartment on a beautiful campus (that won awards for architecture and design!)
- An emphasis on health and well-being -- not just physical exercise, but programming to enhance mind and spirit as well!
- Beautiful, winding walking paths that adjoin Johnston's award-winning trail system
- A beauty salon and spa
- Weekly housekeeping and laundry service
- An emergency response system for security and peace of mind
- Utilities, including basic cable TV and WiFi
- Medication management
- ... and much more!
Learn from others' experiences!
Making a move to Assisted Living is a big decision, and sometimes it helps to hear from individuals who have faced the same choices. Read the stories of some members of the Brio Assisted Living family below!
Garred and Carrie, who helped Carrie's dad make the decision to move to Brio
Clarine and Al, two of Brio's pioneer Assisted Living residents