What is assisted living?
Assisted living is a special combination of housing and personalized supportive services designed to assist residents with the activities of daily living. Some of these activities include dressing, eating, mobility, bathing, shopping, beauty/hair needs and laundry services. Residents live in private or semi-private rooms. Assisted living offers more services than independent living but less than skilled nursing.
What types of services are offered in assisted living communities?
Services vary by community and can include: three meals per day, assistance with the activities of daily living, access to health and medical services, 24-hour security, emergency call systems, health promotion and exercise programs, medical management, chapel/prayer services, housekeeping, laundry services, transportation, social and recreational activities.
What is independent living?
Independent living is for people who want to enjoy the benefits of living among people their own age in a safe environment without the hassles of home ownership. Independent living communities typically offer services and amenities like transporation, dining, activity programs and housekeeping.
What is supportive services?
Some communities offer residents the option of receiving additional services to make living independently even easier, such as additional housekeeping, laundry, bathing, medication, and meal reminders. Additional services offered vary at each community so be sure to inquire.
What types of resident programs are offered in these types of communities?
Resident programs vary and can include: exercise classes, art classes, movies, reading groups, day trips, computer classes, fitness centers, and theme dinners.
What type of pre-hire background screening is conducted on employees to ensure the safety of each resident?
We utilize E-Verify and Pre-Employment Background Checks prior to offering employment.