An assisted living facility can best be described as a place where personal care is provided in a home-like setting rather than a clinical setting like nursing homes. Assisted living is best for seniors that require full daily care and assistance with their day-to-day activities but do not require intensive medical care. The main difference between an assisted living and a skilled nursing home is that people usually stay at a nursing home for a short period of time after being discharged from the hospital and then make the transition to a more permanent setting.
We can provide different levels of care tailored to your loved ones needs both medically and personally. Our different services and amenities like homemade meals and flexible menus, assistance with personal care, help with medications, housekeeping, laundry services, 24/7 supervision, and security system to name a few, provide residents with a peaceful and loving home where they can feel safe and comfortable.
Giving your loved one a nurturing and loving home environment when they’re no longer able to live independently is priceless. We deeply understand the transition stage that seniors and families go through when thinking about assisted living, and we know it can be an emotional and difficult journey. It’s our goal to ease the transition and be there every step of the way. Approaching the topic of senior care homes can be tough, but it’s something families need to talk about. We’re here to help.