Assisted Living Communities & Assisted Living Facilities NY, NJ, CT

Assisted Living as in our case, is an elderly or senior long-term care solution for your loved one that can be compared to independent living with additional personal care services. As a resident of an assisted living community, personalized senior care can include assistance with daily activities such as meal prep and eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, medication distribution, showering, using the bathroom, cleaning up, getting around, etc. Assisted Living facilities and assisted living communities typically offer both apartment-style, suite, and shared room options, depending on your loved one’s financial situation and personal needs.

Assisted living facilities and assisted living communities strongly encourage leisure and “fun time” including social engagement and promoting an active and healthy lifestyle by offering a range of robust activities such as morning stretches and work out routines, walking, yoga, strength training, art classes, lectures, movies, “field trips”, holiday activities, dances, special events, and in some assisted living facilities or luxury assisted living communities- cruises.

Transportation to doctor’s offices and outings to stores or events may also be provided.

Assisted Living Placement Services

Assisted Living Advisers is a FREE concierge style elderly/senior housing placement service that offers fast professional help with finding the “Perfect” senior assisted living community for your loved one’s.

Assisted Living Communities in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut

Uncompromising Quality of Life

How Do I Know Assisted Living Is Right For My Loved One?

Assisted Living can be an excellent option for many seniors that can improve their quality of life. This level of care is for seniors that need help with daily activities but do not need 24-hour medical nursing care. These communities provide a broad range of services such as housekeeping, meal preparation, laundry services, personal care, medication reminders and monitoring. The average assisted living resident is 84 years old and needs help with two or three of the activities mentioned above.

Some seniors move into assisted living because living alone may not be safe for them due to the risk of falling, increased memory difficulty or the risk of taking the wrong medication or an incorrect dosage. Assisted Living can often deter your loved one from moving permanently into a nursing home.

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