Assisted Living communities are designed to provide the necessary assistance, ranging from minimal support to comprehensive care, which allows you to continue to live your life with balance and peace of mind. Moving into a community does not mean you lose your independence; you can still come and go as you please. Staff is available around the clock to lend a helping hand. Making a transition to an Assisted Living community can improve your physical health through wellness programming, provide necessary social interaction through daily activities, provide assistance with regular daily activities as needed, keep your nutrition on track, and monitor health changes.
- Physical Health. Opportunities to participate in fun stretching exercises as well as brain fitness. Keep yourself in good shape and health. Living in a community can eliminate stress by having piece of mind that when you need something assistance is nearby creating a worry free atmosphere.
- Social Interaction. When moving to a community, the opportunities to socialize are endless. There are activities happening daily which make it easy to make new friends instead of feeling lonely. Activities may include bingo, entertainment, spiritual services, book clubs and parties.
- Someone is around to help 24/7. Whether it is to assist with medications, getting up out of a chair, or an emergency situation. Staff members are always around to assist. Daily chores are gone; there is no need to worry about upkeep of the apartment as staff takes care of all weekly housekeeping items.
- Three meals provided everyday as well as snacks; the stress of cooking is gone. Assistance is available to keep your diet on track and make sure you are getting access to the nutrition your body requires.
- Health Changes. With access to 24/7 nursing support staff is able to assist with access to physicians to manage any chronic or acute conditions. Giving piece of mind that you are in good hands.