Assisted living communities are usually stylized as apartment homes and offer moderate levels of care with a great deal of independence.
Assisted living is ideal for elders who need assistance with the Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) and medication management. Each campus also has a registered nurse on-call 24/7 and security. Essentially, Assisted Living provides daily care without constant supervision.
In addition, many assisted living facilities offer memory care treatment.
Assisted Living offers:
- Meal preparation
- Bill payments
- Medication managements
- Home maintenance
- Community Events
- Social Activities
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