Independence with a little help
Assisted Living gives seniors (either single seniors, or those with spouses) the ability to continue to live independently even if they needed help with some of the activities of daily living.
In most Assisted Living buildings, residents live independently in comfortable apartments. They receive two meals a day (typically lunch and dinner), often a bistro breakfast snack and housekeeping is provided.
In addition, Assisted Living offers seniors the use of all the facilities and amenities in the building, which includes such things as a theatre, activity rooms, recreation services, corner store, hairdresser/barber, bistro, gardens, lounges, decks, outdoor walking paths, and 24 hour emergency response.
To live in Assisted Living seniors must be self-directing of their own care and somewhat mobile. Use of a cane, walker or even wheelchair is permitted as long as the resident is able to transfer from the wheelchair to bed, chair, etc.
The great feature of Assisted Living is that residents are able to receive assistance with some of the activities of daily living. That could be help with medications, bathing or showering, or even dressing and undressing.
Come and look around. Have lunch and stay awhile and visit with some of our residents, who will let you know how they feel about life in Assisted Living. We’ve often heard residents say that they wish they had come to us sooner rather than staying at home by themselves as long as they did.
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I have come to realize that the staff who are caring for my dear husband are as concerned for me as they are for him. Everyone has been so helpful to both Gerald and me through this difficult journey. This is making it possible for me to cope and adjust to these unavoidable changes in our lives.