What is Assisted Living?
Assisted Living communities offers residents with as much independence they would like with knowledge that personal care and support are available if needed. Assisted Living residents are able to live by themselves but do not require constant care.
Assistance includes help with daily living activities like bathing, dressing, medication management and more. Residents live in their own private apartment, which can be a studio, 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom or 3-bedroom floor plan.
Communities typically provide a full-service cafeteria in a restaurant-style environment. Many communities are staffed with activity directors in charge of coordinating daily activities for individuals and groups.
Most communities provide basic medical care with doctors and nurses who visit residents regularly. Some communities may offer travel services for residents’ doctor appointments.
Home to Home for Seniors Assisted Living Advisors
From amenities, degree of medical care services, and cost, communities vary tremendously from one to another. Home 2 Home 4 Seniors advisors help to breakdown these differences and provide guidance on what Assisted Living community best fits the needs of your loved one.