Seniors enjoying group chair exercises

A Helping Hand

The world of senior care is vast, offering a multitude of services and care levels. September 11-17 is National Assisted Living Week, celebrating the residents and team members that are the heart and soul of assisted living communities across the country. How do we define assisted living? What does it entail?

Assisted living is essentially a helping hand whenever needed. The level of care is highly customized to the needs of every individual to ensure they can complete day-to-day activities successfully and safely. Assisted living residents also enjoy nutritious meals and a full calendar of events and activities to engage and connect with others.

Services vary but may include bathing, grooming, dressing, laundry, medication management, and more. 24/7 nursing is also available if needed. Thoughtfully designed accommodations ensure comfort and safety. Assisted living provides peace of mind for family members and ease of living for residents.

Dignity, kindness and compassion are all cornerstones of assisted living. Team members ensure residents are happy, healthy, and most importantly, have a helping hand when they need it most.