The senior living decision is not always easy or straightforward. How can you know for sure what’s best for you or your loved one? Not just for your health, but your happiness as well. While those questions ultimately can only be answered by you, we can help you better understand your options and what to consider when it comes to senior living.
Many people don’t realize that there are several types of senior living, each designed to support different needs and wants. As you make your senior living decision, consider what each type offers:
Independent Living – A type of senior living focused around an active, social lifestyle for seniors who can live independently and want to spend their retirement doing the things they love without the hassle of home upkeep. Services and amenities in our communities typically include:
Assisted Living – In this type of senior living, you’ll find many of the same services and amenities as in independent living. The main difference between the two is that onsite care and support with daily activities are provided in assisted living. These communities are designed to help residents remain as independent as possible with a personalized wellness program. Our services and amenities typically include:
Memory Care - Designed just for those with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, memory care offers 24-hour, specialized care and support based on each resident’s needs and abilities to encourage as much independence as possible. The environment is comfortable yet secure for added peace of mind. Services and amenities in our memory care typically include:
As you consider your senior living decision, you’ll want to ask yourself not only about what’s best now but also what might be best for the future as well. What’s more, keep your happiness in mind as well as your health. Looking at these different aspects of your life at home can help.
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If you’ve answered ‘yes’ to more of these questions than not, senior living may very well be right for you, offering benefits and opportunities that aren’t as readily available at home.