ASSISTED LIVING & MEMORY CARE
LET US CARE FOR YOUR LOVED ONES AT
NorBella Rogers rests just off I-94 and MN-101. This convenient location provides a peaceful lifestyle with lush greenery, while remaining close to local shops, restaurants, and more.
- Target & Kohl’s 0.3 mi
- Emagine Movie Theater 0.7 mi
- North Community Park 0.8 mi
- Allina Health Clinic 6.7 mi
- Maple Grove Hospital 7.3 mi
AMENITIES & ACTIVITIES
AMENITIES & ACTIVITIES
With plenty of luxurious gathering spaces, our community is welcoming for residents, families, and friends. We also provide social programming to help residents form new and lasting friendships.
- Library, card games & puzzles
- Scheduled outings
- Bingo nights
- Backyard barbeques
GET YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED
Have specific questions or concerns? Every situation is unique and we’re happy to provide all the information you need to make a wise decision.
GET A FREE INFO PACKET
Want to learn more about what NorBella has to offer? Download our free informational packet for more details about our senior living opportunities.
OUR FLOOR PLANS
We design units to be beautiful, easy to live in, and full of features for you or your loved one that include the following:
- 9′ ceilings and large windows for natural light
- Convenient kitchenettes with brand new appliances
- Quartz countertops & soft-close drawers
- Satellite TV and WiFi Internet included
We provide the healthiest food choices possible, and cater to an array of dietary requests to ensure our residents are happy and healthy. We also offer an ongoing calendar of fun dining experiences!
- Specialty Diet Offerings
- Delicious Meals Made From Scratch On-site
Our focus is on the resident.
Our community is intimate and our focus is on the resident. NorBella’s boutique setting provides our team the gift of time for meaningful interactions and generous care.
It also means we can stay in regular communication with our residents’ families. Loved ones should never feel out of the loop — and that means peace of mind.
IT FEELS LIKE HOME!
Anthony was born in Peiping, China, and came to the United States on a student visa in 1950. When he learned communists had taken over his home country, hi decided to stay in the U.S.
He met his wife Lillian at her family’s Chinese restaurant. His advise for a long happy marriage is simple: respect. His secret to longevity? “Take life as it is – not as you wish it to be.”