Assisted Living promotes independence and personal dignity in a safe, home-like environment. Help with the tasks of daily living, such as dressing, bathing, evening care and medication monitoring, is personally tailored to each residents’ personal needs and preferences.
In Assisted Living, a resident makes their home in a private apartment with the convenience of maintenance, housekeeping and laundry services, and has full access to an active lifestyle that includes ample access to entertainment, recreation, dining and transportation.
Assisted Living is a wonderful option for seniors who no longer wish to live alone or may need some help, but who do not need or want institutionalized care in a nursing home. It is best suited for seniors who do not require complex medical care but may require additional support with personal care and daily activities.
Assisted Living communities are designed for seniors who may not be able to live on their own safely, but do not require the higher level of care provided in a nursing home. Assisted Living communities are designed as a setting that provides assistance on various levels in maintaining and enhancing the physical, emotional, intellectual, social, and spiritual well-being of the residents that reside in the community based on their preferences.
Assisted living communities offer a wide range of services, such as minimal to extensive assistance with activities of daily living (bathing, dressing, personal hygiene, escorting, etc.), medication management, meal service, transportation, housekeeping, laundry services, life enrichment/community life, and coordination of care with various health-related entities.
Assisted Living provides and/or coordinates personal services, 24 hours a day, with supervision by licensed nurses and unlicensed employees.