Visitation is now fully opened. You no longer need to schedule visits with our residents. Masks are required and you will need to complete a screening before visiting with residents.
Please see attached "Visitor fact sheet."
Knowing the cost of assisted living is an important part of finding the right senior living option for your loved one. You have to ensure that the fees associated with the senior living option of your choice match with the financial plans and budget of your senior loved one. While searching for assisted living, you need to do your research to understand the factors that can affect the fees and how the fees are allocated to the residents. Also, when you review various assisted living facilities, you need not just review the retirement funds of your senior loved one, but also consider the ways available to offset the fees of assisted living. In addition, understand that planning for additional care in the future is a wise move. This is especially true if your senior loved one suffers from chronic health conditions or pain that could pose the need for extra care down the road. Financing For Assisted Living While planning for assisted living finances, you need to understand that not all assisted living fees should be paid out of pocket. Different ways are available to offset costs and the more you know about the type of assistance available out there, the better you can plan financially for the future of your loved one in the assisted living facility. For instance, you can get some financial help if eligible, via: Opting for long-term care insurance. Taking short-term loans to help with bridging the payment gap between selling a home and moving […]Read More
Like many other adults, you may wish your parents to live their senior years at home. However, that option might not be feasible if your parents suffer from dementia. Fortunately, there is a very good alternative for elderly adults who are unable to cope on their own due to cognitive impairment. Assisted living memory care communities can help improve the quality of life for people living with dementia. As an assisted living and memory care provider, we share a few details of this senior living option. Specially Trained Staff Caregivers at memory care communities will be specially trained to ensure proper care for people suffering from dementia and cognitive disorders. These staff will know to understand the signs of pain in residents. This is a very important skill as patients with advanced dementia problems will not be able to communicate their distress. Caregivers in assisted living memory care communities will not only know what triggers anxiety or agitation in people suffering from Alzheimer’s but will also be trained to respond and diffuse situations that are stressful. Above all, memory care staff will be respectful and compassionate to the residents. Memory care staff will be trained in various techniques like validation therapy which can help them accept various beliefs of residents without contradiction, which can help avoid unnecessary stress. Carefully Planned Building Designs Much care and planning go into designing a memory care residence. As the safety of residents is of foremost importance, these buildings will have features to prevent the […]Read More
Elderly adults can show signs of depression and the symptoms can increase with the age of the person due to an increase in chronic medical conditions and a decrease in physical functions. Many people think that depression is a normal part of aging, but it is not. As per the reports of the CDC, most elderly adults who are depressed are under-treated, meaning that there are many seniors out there who are experiencing feelings of sadness, sleep issues, and many other problems arising from depression. For senior caregivers, it is vital to approach both diagnosed and undiagnosed depression from different angles. Apart from the clinical side of depression treatment, healthy socialization and life improvement opportunities should be provided to seniors. Our experts in seniors assisted living and senior care shares some ways to improve the life of seniors at risk of depression via life enrichment activities. Concentrate On The Physical Endorphins are feel-good hormones that are released in our brains when we exercise. As per the experts in senior care, moving around, like walking, lifting small weights, jogging, stretching, etc can make seniors feel better. For a depressed person, it can be very difficult to get up and perform physical activities. Therefore, it is vital to offer kind encouragement to the person to get up and move. Select Different Activity Times The best time to perform physical activities can differ from person to person. Some of us may feel energized in the morning while others may enjoy taking part in […]Read More