Your private space with access to quality care, engaging programming and Eat Fresh, Eat Local menus – you can enjoy community life at a more affordable price and the added benefit of friendship.
Just some of the benefits of life in a Companion Apartment:
All community amenities and programs
Wellness care available 24/7
New residents enjoy Companion Apartments starting at $3,750 per month!
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The Benefits of Shared Living for Seniors Living with Dementia
Navigating the journey of dementia care for a loved one is undoubtedly challenging. Families often find themselves overwhelmed when caring for one who is living with a progressive disease. While there are programs and medications that can help treat some of the symptoms, the individual’s declining health and cognitive impairment will continue.
Isolation in Seniors and Why Socialization Is So Important for Their Overall Well-Being
Have you noticed that an older loved one is staying at home more? Perhaps they’re declining social invitations or appearing to have lost interest in activities once enjoyed. If there is little talk of time spent with friends, this may be a cause of concern as well as a potential health hazard. Social isolation in seniors can significantly impact their health and well-being. While it's normal for individuals to enjoy some solitude, excessive isolation can lead to negative health consequences. In fact, a lack of social connection can significantly increase a person’s risk of premature death, similar to those who smoke, are obese or physically inactive.
Senior Living Guilt: Tips for Feeling Better About Moving a Loved One to Assisted Living or Memory Care
When a loved one needs assistance with daily tasks or requires increased attention and care while living with dementia, a family may struggle to find the best solution. Choosing the right assisted living or memory care community can be a challenge. But confidence in your decision can increase by talking with family, friends or the medical team for a referral – and visiting communities to see for yourself the quality care your loved one will receive.