Senior Living Resources

The philosophy of assisted living is to provide personalized, resident centered care in order to meet individual preferences and needs. Assisted living treats all residents with dignity, provides privacy and encourages independence and freedom of choice. Residents’ family members and friends are encouraged to get involved in the assisted living community. Encourage your loved ones to learn about care options.

Senior Living Resources

The philosophy of assisted living is to provide personalized, resident centered care in order to meet individual preferences and needs. Assisted living treats all residents with dignity, provides privacy and encourages independence and freedom of choice. Residents’ family members and friends are encouraged to get involved in the assisted living community. Encourage your loved ones to learn about care options.

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KNOWLEDGE IS POWER

  • Assisted Living Care
    Assisted living care, or residential care, is a long term care option that offers varying degrees of personal and medical care. Assisted living facilities come in all shapes and sizes. They can range from a private room or an apartment to a multi-unit facility specializing in Alzheimer’s care. The goal of assisted living care is to maintain maximum independence. Assisted living care provides individualized care and assistance in a home-like setting.
  • Download Your Community Review Checklist
    The best advice is to visit assisted living communities before a crisis. Meeting the staff, residents and often family members is one of the best ways to learn about the community. Every assisted living community is unique, but there are common questions to ask yourself and the community before, during, and after a visit. This checklist will help you make an assessment for yourself and/or a loved one.
  • Advance Directives
    Planning and preparing offer you and your loved ones peace of mind that your wishes will be met. Advance directives are important planning tools that provide greater control over future care decisions. These documents outline and protect your care preferences in the event that you are unable to express them yourself.
  • Ten Questions To Consider when Moving a Parent into Assisted Living
    This list is meant as a way to help you not to miss any details – be they emotional, financial, or pragmatic – that you might need to focus on in order to help make your parent’s move to a new living arrangement as smooth as possible.
  • Early Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer’s
    Memory loss that disrupts daily life may be a symptom of Alzheimer’s or another dementia. Alzheimer’s is a brain disease that causes a slow decline in memory, thinking and reasoning skills. There are 10 warning signs and symptoms. Every individual may experience one or more of these signs in different degrees. If you notice any of them, please see a doctor.

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