Assisted living is meant to give your loved one the convenience and familiarity of their own routine while receiving additional support in their day-to-day life. We offer long-term care for our residents that assists them with Activities of Daily Living and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living.
With all the perks of independent living, assisted living allows each resident to have a space of their own while receiving the best assistance and healthcare possible. Our staff ensure that every resident is feeling their best every single day so they may enjoy their meals, activities, and the socialization aspect of community living.
We understand that the aging process or illness can strip independence away from our residents and we strive to help our residents live as independently as possible while maintaining their security and safety. We ensure that our residents remain active in their day to day life and ensure that they are involved as much as possible in their care plan.
Those who need long-term care usually require assistance with basic personal needs and not medical care, but we offer both at our facility.
Our staff assist with basic personal care tasks that are often referred to as Activities of Daily Living (ADL) and include tasks such as:
-Tolieting and Care for Incontinence
-Transfers to chairs and beds
-Eating and Medical Nutritional Therapy (add permalink here)
We also assist with everyday tasks that are referred to as Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL) that include:
-Housework and Cleaning
– Meal Preparation and Clean up
– Using telephones and other communication devices such as tablets or computers
-Assistance with responding to Emergency Alerts like fire alarms or carbon monoxide warnings
Each resident is given the privacy of their own space to call home with tons of extra space for them to relax and enjoy themselves in.
There are many types of agencies that offer long term care services, our long term care services here at (name of facility) provide skilled nursing services that cover a wide and comprehensive range of long-term care services, ranging from assistance with ADL and IADL as well as nursing care and 24 hour supervision.
Skilled Nursing Facilities, or assisted living communities, nursing homes, etc, are the safest choice for those who need assistance with ADL and IADL the most. We provide 24 hour care you can’t receive at home.
Our services are charged per day and are/are not covered by most insurance. To talk about the needs of your loved one and whether or not assisted living is the best option for you, call (409) 210-2180 to talk to a staff member and learn more about the services offered.