People frequently ask us, “How can you approach a loved one to talk to them about an assisted living facility?”
When choosing an assisted living facility, there are three things we want you to look for – environment, comfort and safety.
A frequently asked assisted living facility question is "What Other Services Are Available to Assisted With Activities of Daily Living?"
If you need to see a doctor, we have doctors and therapists that will come to the facility. We can also arrange for safe transportation to your doctor.
If you need assistance during the night, we have a nurse calling system next to the bed. You pull a cord and somebody will be there within three to five minutes.
Assisted living is largely self-paid. There are a couple of programs out there for veterans that have served, and in this video we discuss those options.
What separates us from other assisted living facilities is we’re more of an exterior environment, so there's many amenities that engage our residents daily.
How one decides whether or not a person or resident is ready for an assisted living facility has a lot to do with their behaviors at home.
When living in an assisted living facility, room & board, utilities, cable, and phone, as well as housekeeping, laundry, and enrichment activities.
The difference between a nursing home and an assisted living facility is that a nursing home provides skilled nursing whereas an assisted living facility provides assistance with activities of daily living.