At Bee Hive Homes we understand that leaving home is a very difficult time for anyone at any age. Year and years of independence gained over a lifetime of experiences are part of any individual. In many situations that require a move to an assisted living facility this independence is put at risk in order to “fit” into a living situation. At Bee Hive Homes, we have built our care model and service around the individual and not the home.While absolute personalized care in an assisted living home may not truly be possible, Bee Hive Homes does make every attempt to make it a reality. From the home cooked meals that are often tailored to meet individual preferences to the activities that are specific to the interests of the residence, Bee Hive Homes always gears the care to the resident. Twayne Walker started Bee Hive Homes nearly 25 years ago and says, “This level of care only possible because we have established care in a home-like setting. Our staff-to-resident ratios are far less than then large institutional homes, and this obviously means more time to get to know residents personally. The more you know your residents personally the more you can care for their specific needs.” This is something that Bee Hive Homes is quite proud of. From the smells, to the decorations, to the family-like relationships, Bee Hive tries to make that transition from independence to assisted care more manageable.Bee Hive Homes assisted living has now grown to over 130 homes across the country, so there is a good chance there may be a home in your area. If you are interested in finding out more about Bee Hive Homes, or to schedule a tour of one of our homes, please contact us. We would be delighted to show you around.