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4513 S Prince of Peace Place Suite 1 Sioux Falls, SD 57103

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Avera Prince of Peace Retirement Community

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Enjoy peace of mind and complete confidence during your retirement years. At Avera Prince of Peace, you'll find a full range of quality lifestyle options for senior living. At our location in a quiet, residential neighborhood in southeastern Sioux Falls, you can enjoy the many cultural, recreational and social opportunities the city has to offer.

You have immediate access to premier health care services through the Avera system, as we uphold Avera's Christian tradition of respect for human dignity and the value of each individual.

Comfortable Senior Living Options

Retirement is a time of enjoying friendships, hobbies and independence. Enjoy all these in a safe, comfortable and relaxing setting at Avera Prince of Peace, offering a full continuum of senior living services on the same peaceful campus.

Independent Living

Choose form studio to three-bedroom apartments that are secure and tastefully decorated. Depending on your needs, you can choose services such as free housekeeping, nutritious meals, social activities, transportation, laundry facilities and optional garage space. Although you're independent, you're not alone. We're always here to offer an occasional helping hand or friendly conversation. Avera@Home services are also available for independent living residents.

Studio (450 sq. ft.)
Laurel Oaks Studio Floor Plan
  • 450 square feet
  • Stove & Refrigerator
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Murphy Bed
  • Bay Window

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One Bedroom (600 sq. ft.)
Laurel Oaks One Bedroom Floor Plan
  • 600 square feet
  • Stove & Refrigerator
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Walk-in Closet
  • 1 Bedroom
  • Patio

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One Bedroom Deluxe (900 sq. ft.)
Laurel Oaks One Bedroom Deluxe Floor Plan
  • 900 square feet
  • Full-Size Kitchen
  • 1 Full Bath
  • 1/2 Bath
  • 1 Bedroom
  • 1 Storage Room
  • Patio

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Two Bedroom (900 sq. ft)
Laurel Oaks Two Bedroom Floor Plan
  • 900 square feet
  • Full-size Kitchen
  • 2 Full Bath
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Storage Room
  • Patio

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Two Bedroom (1230 sq. ft.)
Laurel Oaks Two Bedroom Floor Plan
  • 1230 square feet
  • Full-size Kitchen
  • 1 Full Bath
  • 1/2 Bath
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Storage Closet
  • Patio

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Two Bedroom (1250 sq. ft.)
Laurel Oaks Two Bedroom Floor Plan
  • 1250 square feet
  • Full-Size Kitchen w/dishwasher
  • 2 Full Bathrooms
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Storage Closet
  • Patio

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Three Bedroom (1550 sq. ft)
Laurel Oaks Three Bedroom Floor Plan
  • 1550 square feet
  • Full-size Kitchen w/dishwasher
  • 2 Full Bath
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Patio

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Assisted Living

Assisted living is a step between independent living and skilled nursing care. Each apartment is spacious and private, with individualized services provided around the clock as needed, such as housekeeping, laundry, three meals a day, and assistance with medication, bathing or other daily tasks.

Oakwood - Studio (460 sq. ft.)
Oakwood One Bedroom Floor Plan
  • 460 square feet
  • 1 Full Bath
  • Walk-in dressing room
  • Storage Room
  • French Bay Window

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The Lofts - One Bedroom (484 sq. ft.)
The Lofts One Bedroom Floor Plan
  • 484 square feet
  • Kitchen
  • 1 Full Bath
  • 1 Bedrooms

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Skilled Nursing Care

Ninety private rooms are designed for individualized care, with daily activities that address care for the whole person - physically, socially and spiritually. Licensed and certified staff provide skilled and compassionate care 24/7.

Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation services are provided for those who are not ready for intensive inpatient rehab programs, and are not yet strong enough to return home. Advanced rehab care includes computer technology to assist speech and memory therapies, exercise equipment and aquatic therapy. You or your loved ones receive the exceptional care that helps you return to the highest possible level of independence and function.

Excellent Career & Volunteer Opportunities

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Avera also offers many classes for health care professionals and other opportunities for health care professionals, including programs for pharmacy residency, radiologic technology and emergency medical services.

Services & Amenities

Our neighborhood concept fosters a sense of home and community. Outdoor courtyards provide safe areas to enjoy South Dakota's beautiful weather, or you can use the indoor exercise room. Neighborhood living room areas feature comfortable seating and a fireplace.

At the front entry, you'll find Main street, a town square meant to resemble downtown Sioux Falls. Take advantage of a gift shop, salon, corner café, bank, pub and more, with space for group activities and performances.

Express your personal faith in our chapel. Catholic mass is offered daily, with bi-weekly ecumenical services and pastoral care available to individuals and families.

  • Cafe & Salon - Main Street

    Cafe & Salon - Main Street

  • Corner Cafe - Main Street

    Corner Cafe - Main Street

  • Gaspar Pub & Town Centre

    Gaspar Pub & Town Centre

  • Town Centre

    Town Centre

  • Entrance - Main Street

    Entrance - Main Street

  • Chapel

    Chapel

  • Dining & Commons Areas

    Dining & Commons Areas

  • Outdoor Courtyard

    Outdoor Courtyard

  • Outdoor Courtyard

    Outdoor Courtyard

What our Residents Say

Jim Ward

Jim does what he likes, and loves where he lives

Jim Ward

Jim Ward

A sense of community is important to Jim Ward. So when his friends at Avera Prince of Peace Retirement Community join him for dominoes, pool, shuffleboard, or a cup of coffee; he feels right at home.

"It's a place where everyone belongs," said Jim. "A place where you can build friendships and be involved in your community."

For more than four decades, Jim proudly worked in the health care industry. In 1995, he retired from his administrative position at Avera McKennan Hospital & University Health Center.

Today, Jim resides - or rather thrives- at Avera Prince of Peace located in southeast Sioux Falls. His days are filled with reading, making his own meals, meeting friends for morning coffee or Men's Club, and playing games in the activity room.

"You can keep your independence and participate in the activities to whatever extent you choose," explained Jim. "It would be great to see more people get involved; I enjoy seeing my circle of friends grow."

Jim acknowledges that moving into a retirement home is a big decision for both the individual and family. When looking over the options, he reminds potential residents to consider what activities are available, the on-site medical services and facility offerings, such as food services.

"Many people believe that moving into a retirement community means you're losing your dignity. It's nothing like that," said Jim.

If anything, Avera Prince of Peace focuses on providing convenient services right on campus so that residents can spend more time indulging in hobbies or talking with friends. For example, the newly added" Main Street" offers easy access to a bank, hair and nail salon, cafe, chapel, general store, rehabilitation, and even a pub. An exercise room is also available on site, or residents can work out at the Avera McKennan Fitness Center with their free membership. Additional services include a shuttle for getting to doctor's appointments or other destinations, as well as housekeeping.

Residents are connected to Avera's complete health care system, which doesn't hurt either. Jim remarked that he has confidence in the continuum of care offered at Avera Prince of Peace. Regardless of whether a resident is completely independent or has some health requirements, technology, and professionals are available to meet those health needs 24 hours a day.

Floyd Smith

Husband finds art of living at Avera Prince of Peace

Floyd Smith

Floyd Smith

Woodcarving at Avera Prince of Peace Retirement Community allows Floyd Smith to catch up with friends in the community’s art room every Tuesday and Thursday. "I'm a people-person," Floyd, 74, said. "I’m outgoing."

His favorite pastimes have enriched his life on both a social and natural scale. In the last decade, woodcarving is just another leaf Floyd has cultivated onto his branch of hobbies. Hunting, fishing and volunteering over the years created a sense of activity, engagement and purpose in his life.

Three years ago, Floyd moved to Avera Prince of Peace with his wife, Charla, of 54 years. Floyd, a Sioux Falls native, met Charla in high school and they had two children. Their son resides in Sioux Falls while their daughter lives in Paris, France.

Floyd is no stranger to Avera; he has been a member of the Avera family for 32 years. Before retiring, he worked in the Avera McKennan Collections office and the Accounts Receivable office.

One thing Floyd would like people to know about Avera Prince of Peace? "People think Avera is only for Catholics," he says. "Nobody asks what religion I am. We are Presbyterian. It’s for anyone!"

Floyd attends social gatherings, entertainment features and long talks with friends over coffee.

"It is nice to know people are here within minutes if we need them," he said of the Avera Prince of Peace staff and community. "It’s like a little family."

Max & Carol

We found our groove

Max & Carol

Max & Carol

When Max and Carol decided to sell their condo in Nebraska and move into a retirement community, they knew they needed to feel absolute peace about their new home. And after touring five retirement communities and visiting Prince of Peace three times, they knew they had found the right place for them. "We simply had the best feeling here. It’s a place to enrich our spiritual lives and a great place to meet new people, play some bridge and enjoy the dance, so to speak," says Max. It also helped that, according to Max, "it was the best value for our money."

Max and Carol, who have lived at Prince of Peace for almost four years, are editors and publishers of the local "BridgeBuilders Newsletter" and take it upon themselves to organize games and tournaments, but also enjoy teaching other residents how to play the "toughest card game to teach," says Carol.

Just because they are in a retirement community doesn’t mean Max, 82 and Carol, 80 are slowing down. "There is plenty to do," says Carol. Max agrees. "If people are bored, it’s because they choose to be." The couple is adamant about making appointments in the afternoon, since their mornings are occupied with Chapel duties. Max is a lector and sacristan; Carol a minister of Holy Communion. Their afternoons, when not at other appointments, are divided between bingo, jigsaw puzzles, socializing, and of course, cutting a rug in the main social area.

"We didn’t want to wait for a doctor to make the decision for us," Max explains. "We wanted to make our own choice about where we lived before we got sick and the decision was made for us." Max continues, "I don’t subscribe to the theory of staying in your home for as long as possible. Prince of Peace Independent Living is where we’ve found our groove."

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