The Department of Health sent a team of seven nurses to our property last Friday, August 14th to swab all residents for COVID-19. We also have been getting materials from the state to administer tests every two weeks for staff. We’re proud to say that all staff and all residents tested NEGATIVE again! We had 100% participation from all residents and we’re glad they all continue to be health-conscious and cooperative.
You may think that making the move to assisted living is a last resort option. But for many, it is a proactive decision, allowing improved quality of life.
While many care for senior parents at home, when that loved one is dealing with a diagnosis of dementia, home memory care can be more complicated.
Many government offices, such as social security, are closed. Phonelines have long wait times - and online transactions are a viable and convenient option.
If you have loved ones living alone, be aware of the ways which isolation can affect them. Take steps to alleviate feelings of loneliness whenever possible.
In order to help find and pay for the right community for your family, we have assembled some assisted living tips that may help you to save some money.
We’re proud to say that we still are completely virus-free! The Department of Health recently visited our facility to assist us in getting all of our residents tested for COVID-19 again.
Senior citizens are facing a loss of their independence and their established way of life. Senior living planning can take a lot of the stress away.
Isolation is emotionally difficult for the senior member of the family, and communicating effectively has thus become more important than ever.
When signing any legal contract, it is vital to understand all of the details. This includes entering into an assisted living contract for your loved one.