4216Assisted living Communities are designed to provide personalized care and assistance in a residential setting. Each community offers varieties of physical and mental assistance levels and care is driven by the physician, family, and resident. Assisted Living is the answer for continued Senior support and care.
Assisted Living Benefits
One advantage of these communities is, well, community! Here Seniors find others with similar life experiences and backgrounds. A sense of fellowship creates safe conditions, new connections, and reduces loneliness. Health could improve as residents continue to engage in social activities. These communities allow Seniors to make friends and be occupied with healthy activities while having their personal needs met by qualified staff.
Facilities design and provide resident care under their individual state guidelines. Potential residents are assessed before being admitted for fall risk, medication management, type of professional care needed and mental acuity. Staff wants to be confident the care needed by a future resident is able to be met.
Staff provides housekeeping, home maintenance, nutritional meals, activities, transportation and much more. Seniors are given an opportunity to enjoy life without the worry of daily tasks and self-limitations.
Assisted Living campuses are safe. Security measures are in place to keep unwanted guests outside and residents safely inside. Handrails, wide halls, and low entry showers are just some of the amenities meeting accessibility standards.
Privacy And Dignity
Assisted Living allows dignity and privacy. Privacy is important to everyone. When time alone is wanted, a resident may return to their apartment and enjoy precious solitude. The Senior resident receives respect, attention, and compassion.
Bridge to Better Living assists Seniors research and choose the appropriate community fitting their medical, social, financial, and physical criteria. Why? Because Bridge to Better Living believes in Placement with Passion®. Contact us today for needed guidance as you or your loved one take the first step toward Assisted Living.