Assisted living communities are designed to provide residents with assistance with activities of daily living, such as bathing, grooming, dressing, medication management, and more.
In addition to the personal care support you can receive in an assisted living community, a variety of activities, programs, outings, and a dining program that is tailored to the unique nutritional needs of older adults is available.
Assisted living not only creates an environment that supports those who are in need of assistance, but often also offers an environment where one can thrive. It’s hard to truly understand the life-changing capabilities an assisted living community has until you’ve lived in one. Many senior living residents realize after a short time that there are programs, activities, and dining opportunities they don’t have access to at home.
Although most are familiar with the concept of long-term care in a nursing home (and find it an undesirable option), assisted living is still fairly new and can be misunderstood. Identifying the right senior living option for a parent or spouse ensures they receive the right level of care at the most affordable price and in the most independent environment they can thrive in.
This guide will provide a clear overview of what assisted living is and how you or a loved one can benefit from it. This simple guide will also explain what you can generally expect in an assisted living community and will answer some frequently asked questions.
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