Welcome to Exceptional Living Center of Brazil
Choosing a place to call home is a decision families make together. We are here to help you select the right health care center to meet you or your family's needs. Whether you are recovering from surgery, injury or illness, or choosing a long term care center for an extended residential stay, at Exceptional Living Center of Brazil we have the knowledge and expertise to meet complex medical needs.
As a CMS 5-Star quality rated center, as designated by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, we specialize in rehabilitation services to improve the speed and scope of recovery following injury and do so in a private and dignified manner. Our goal is to help restore maximum abilities for individuals recovering from medical injuries with a patient-centered, cost-effective manner.
We invite you to visit us today at Exceptional Living Center of Brazil.
04/05/2016 11:30 AM - 04/05/2016 05:00 PM
Wartime U.S. veterans and surviving spouses may be eligible for a special monetary benefit that can be used toward assisted living expenses. Towne Park Assisted Living of Brazil and Veterans Financial are hosting two free informational sessions on April 5 at 11:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. in Brazil to discuss the Aid & Attendance benefit.
If you are a wartime veteran or a surviving spouse over the age of 65, please contact Heidi Weise at (812) 239-3127 for more details and to reserve your space for this informational session. Space is limited, so make your reservation today.
04/16/2016 02:15 PM - 04/16/2016 03:15 PM
Please come join us as we listen to one of our residents' new favorite musical group acts, Country Express. They are great county style band that features not only county music but gospel as well.
04/09/2016 02:15 PM - 04/09/2016 03:15 PM
Residents love when the 2nd Saturday of the month rolls around because that
means it's time for the Family Ties Musical Group to perform. We have a great
turn out each month for this performance.
Join us as Family Ties plays musical instruments and serenades our residents with the "oldies but goodies."