If you or a loved one could use daily help with personal care, transportation, meals, housekeeping and more, assisted living may be the right choice. Our senior assisted living options are available at three communities and include 24-hour staffing, help with personal care and medications, three meals each day, housekeeping, laundry service, transportation, recreational programs and more.
At Episcopal SeniorLife Communities, we’re committed to individualized care so that every one of our assisted living residents can live a healthier, more purposeful life, enriched with wellness and learning activities, social opportunities and care coordination from our dedicated, professional staff. We live our mission of “Life. Inspired every day.”
Take a look at our assisted living communities below to learn more.
Sooner or later, many of us need some extra help as we age. You may notice that things like housekeeping and cooking, or managing your medications or finances, are becoming more difficult for yourself or a loved one. When mobility declines, or a person is no longer able to drive, isolation is often the result—and studies show that isolation and lack of social opportunities lead to a decline in physical and mental health.
For many older people, an assisted living community can be an ideal setting, because it offers a safe and supportive community to live in your own place, with access to services that are based on your or your loved one’s individual needs.
Here are some answers to common questions about assisted living.