Dunlap Assisted Living celebrates insufficiency free survey

Dunlap staff with plaque

Dunlap Assisted Living, affiliated with Dunlap Specialty Care has plenty to celebrate. They’ve recently completed their bi-annual survey based on the Recertification Monitoring Evaluation program conducted by the Iowa Department of Inspections and Appeals (DIA). The results of the survey are an insufficiency free report. This means no deficiencies were reported.

DIA survey teams conduct on-site inspections to assess the quality of care and services provided to residents and tenants.  The recertification is based on tenant/family satisfaction, program history, and on-site monitoring evaluation.

“Our entire community, including residents, staff, families and volunteers work together as a team to make Dunlap Assisted Living safe and comfortable,” says Administrator Brandon Tenge.

Dunlap Assisted Living is a 10-unit apartment complex where the main purpose is to provide a solution for seniors who require some level of assistance with daily activities, but still have a desire to remain active and maintain a level of daily routine.  Dunlap Assisted Living features a warm and friendly gathering area that supports social interactions with friends and family members. Dunlap Assisted Living also provides ample living space, a comfortable dining area and engaging activities, providing peace-of-mind that assistance is available when needed.