As you think about your future, you may consider all-Inclusive Independent Living. Whether this is your first time exploring this option or simply an update on a previous plan, it’s important to know what to expect when moving into a community. Independence means freedom and flexibility but also responsible for daily living tasks like cooking, cleaning, and managing finances. That’s why we offer all-inclusive services that allow our residents peace of mind knowing their needs are met daily. Here are some highlights of what you get:
Top-Notch Senior-Friendly Amenities
If you plan on living in a senior-friendly independent living community, you must look for a place that offers all the necessary amenities and features. The best way to do this is by visiting several communities in person, so you can see what they offer and make your decision based on what works best for you.
If this isn’t possible due to financial constraints or other factors, read reviews online before meeting with anyone directly. You should also ask friends who live independently if they would recommend their current home based on its safety features, team members’ professional demeanor (especially when they’re dealing with dementia patients), and overall cleanliness standards.
Help With Everyday Chores
An independent living program can help with a variety of everyday tasks. These are some examples:
- Laundry: If you need help doing laundry, the team will wash your clothes and hang them on hangers for you.
- Shopping: They may also go shopping for groceries and other items they need regularly and order any medications prescribed by their doctor.
- Cleaning: Your daily cleaning services may include dusting, vacuuming, and mopping floors throughout your home or apartment building; washing dishes; cleaning bathrooms; sweeping up pet hair; taking out the trash; recycling items to be recycled in an eco-friendly way (if available).
- Cooking meals: Some programs provide meal preparation services as part of their care offerings. Whether it’s just snacks or full meals depends on what’s included in their service package (which varies from community to community).
Homely And A Sense Of Community
One of the best aspects of this type of program is having both a home and a community. The home is where you live, sleep, eat and relax. It’s also where your caregiver lives with you. The community is where you participate in activities and get to know other people in your community. The community has different areas, such as dining halls, lounges, and gardens, so everyone can enjoy themselves together!
Residents Are Safe And Secure
The safety of our residents is always a top priority. All caregivers are trained in first aid, and all activities have emergency procedures. If you need assistance, don’t hesitate to ask your caregiver or the front desk for help. They are trained to be a good listener, cook, and driver, but most importantly, they are also trained to be a good caregiver.
In conclusion, all-inclusive independent Living is meant to help you maintain your independence and enjoy life to its fullest. It’s a great option for aging family members who want to stay in their own homes but still have access to medical care, transportation, and other services without the cost of hiring outside caregivers. It’s also an option that can be tailored to meet your specific needs so long as they don’t involve medically necessary care provided by others—which means there are many options available!