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Assisted Living Communities for Older Adults

Posted by Eskaton on Nov 21, 2019 8:30:00 AM

Assisted Living Communities for Older Adults

Assisted living communities are uniquely designed to meet the changing needs of older adults while still allowing for independence. If you are an active older adult who needs assistance in just a few areas, assisted living can provide you with what you need. And, if your needs change in the future, you will be able to get the additional help that you require. Assisted living communities can provide older adults with a variety of opportunities to connect with others, a full events calendar, and the ability to maintain as much independence as possible.

Opportunities to connect with others

One of the most important elements of maintaining a high quality of life as you age is to connect with others. An assisted living community will provide you with a variety of opportunities to do that. The design of assisted living allows for regular interaction with others. You can enjoy a meal with others by choosing to eat in the dining room. These communities also have common areas where residents can enjoy one another’s company. In addition, top-notch assisted living communities encourage regular visits to residents from family and friends. If you are looking for a living situation that provides you with opportunities to connect with others on a regular basis, consider assisted living.

Full events calendar

Another important element of maintaining a high quality of life is to remain active. Physical activity, community involvement, hobbies, and recreation can all help you stay connected and find enjoyment. The best assisted living communities provide residents with events calendars that are full of options that span a wide range of interests. As you consider your options for assisted living, take a look at the events calendar offered by the various communities. You may be surprised to discover that there are options that align with your interests.

Maintain as much independence as possible

Assisted living is a great option for older adults who want to maintain as much independence as possible. The design of assisted living communities is to help you in the areas where you need it and allow you independence in all others. You can read more about the levels of care that you can receive in assisted living here.

As you start your search for an assisted living community, be sure and learn about the opportunities to connect with others and the events calendar that each community offers. These two elements will provide you with a lot of important information about how you can remain connected in a particular community. Once you narrow down your options the next step is to schedule tours of the communities that are on your shortlist. Moving into assisted living can support you in your independence.

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The Sacramento region is home to Eskaton, a nonprofit senior care provider offering innovative housing, healthcare and social services. Every day thousands of older adults enjoy retirement at our independent senior living communities and receive the care they need through assisted living, skilled nursing, memory care, rehabilitation and in-home care programs. With five decades of experience and a national reputation for innovation, Eskaton is Transforming the Aging Experience.