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“Our communities offer serene & secure living with dedicated compassionate and qualified staff in six skilled nursing communities and one assisted living facility throughout South Louisiana. At Camelot you’ll feel at home.”

Patricia Gaspard – A Camelot Keepsake

Patricia Gaspard – A Camelot Keepsake

At Camelot Assisted Living, Patricia Gaspard does what she can every day to spread joy, beauty and monkey bread. Actually, only Thursdays are monkey bread days, but joy and beauty are round the clock and a part of who Gaspard is.  Gaspard came to Camelot Assisted...

Exploring The Benefits of Assisted Living

Exploring The Benefits of Assisted Living

The decision to move into a senior living community is often a difficult one. Seniors today are faced with many decisions in terms of where they will live. Some who can benefit from around-the-clock assistance but who are not fully dependent may be a good fit for an...

Questions to Ask Your Parent’s Doctor

Questions to Ask Your Parent’s Doctor

In a doctor’s office, it’s easy to forget the questions you meant to ask – especially if you’re there for treatment of a specific illness or injury rather than for a routine appointment. Start your list with these eight questions from Elder Care Alliance and add your...

Caring for Aging Parents at Home

Caring for Aging Parents at Home

As the baby boomer generation ages, the number of people responsible for the care of an aging parent has soared. According to WebMD, 39% of U.S. adults are caring for a loved one with significant health issues. Many feel that children should care for their aging...

Continuing Robe’s Work

Continuing Robe’s Work

The late Coach Tony Robichaux If you're located in any part of Louisiana or if you follow college baseball at all, you know that recently we've lost a legend. Coach Tony Robichaux was an incredible man, whose impact encompassed so much more than just his position as...

When To Consider A Nursing Home

When To Consider A Nursing Home

As our parents age, many of us struggle with the thought that mom or dad may soon need 24-hour care in a skilled nursing facility. It’s normal to feel guilty or anxious at the prospect of taking your loved one from their home and leaving them in the care of strangers....