Assisted Living is supportive community living.
Assisted Living is a supportive senior living option promoting 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 individual’s personal needs and preferences.
In Assisted Living, a resident makes their home in an apartment with the convenience of maintenance, housekeeping and laundry services, and has full access to the community’s full array of amenities featuring 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 don’t 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, or have some memory issues that makes it unsafe to live at home alone.
The cost of Assisted Living, which varies from community to community, is based on the type and size of the rental apartment, as well as the level of care needs and the service options chosen by the resident.
Each of our communities have a base rate which includes standard services such as meals, housekeeping, activities. During the admissions process we access the care level that your loved one will require which may add costs in addition to the base rate.
Assisted Living provides meals, personal care assistance (help with showering, dressing and personal hygiene), medication reminders, weekly laundering of towels and bed linens, trash removal, weekly housekeeping and apartment maintenance, social and cultural activities, transportation, wellness programs including daily exercise classes, and more!
Some of the activities you’ll find in our communities include: musical entertainment, shopping and sightseeing excursions, intergenerational programs with local schools and scout troops, daily exercise classes, spiritual discussion groups, men’s and women’s clubs, life enrichment programs, current event group discussions, painting, cooking, and gardening!
Yes. Many of our communities accept Medicaid. Please contact the community administrator for more information.