It can be difficult to decide on the right time to make the move, and the right time varies for each person. If you or your loved one find it challenging to perform daily living tasks, are experiencing mobility issues, needs access to medical care, or wants to live in a place that offers social activities with other like-minded seniors, it might be time to consider assisted living.
Think back over the last year. And ask yourself or your loved one if any of the following has occurred;
They’ve experienced a fall, with or without an injury.
Meal preparation has become increasingly more difficult.
You have noticed signs of hunger more frequently or that nutritional needs aren’t being met.
Safely maneuvering around the house has become a challenge.
You have worried about isolation and/or their safety.
If you or your loved one has answered yes to any of these questions. Then maybe it is time to look at assisted living.
The philosophy of ownership and management infuses the entire staff with a personal as well as professional commitment to excellence. Since this philosophy forms the foundation of our care, we would like to share it with you. It is important that you know what we believe in and stand for. Our goal is to;
Nurture the spirit of each resident.
Treat each resident with dignity and respect.
Promote the individuality of each resident.
Provide a safe, residential environment.
Offer cost effective quality care that is personalized for individual needs.
Fostering independence for each resident.
Protect each resident’s right to privacy.
Involve family and friends, as appropriate, in care planning and implementation.