SENIOR LIVING CHOICES
Many types of Senior Living Communities exist throughout the country, though they vary in different regions.
Most senior communities in Southern California are multi-storied buildings with large dining rooms and community/activity rooms for the residents.
They offer a wide array of activities, outings, and entertainment for their residents. Many have “theatres” with comfortable seating and popcorn machines where movies are shown every night. Often the senior living communities have computer rooms, where classes are taught on using the internet and various software programs, and the residents can keep in touch with their grandkids and friends via email.
Seniors thrive in this environment as they get to enjoy their days with new friends and fun activities, and not worry about shopping, cooking, cleaning and home maintenance.
When looking for a place for mom or dad, and choosing between a senior apartment and a senior community, consider all the many social benefits of a senior living community, and also the inherent supervision that comes with living among a large “family” of residents and staff.
You can relax knowing that if mom slips and falls, it will likely be noticed right away and the appropriate medical help can be quickly summoned. Also, you will know that your loved one isn’t eating microwaved frozen meals alone each day anymore, but rather enjoying nice, healthy hot meals with his or her peers.
We Give you CHOICES for Senior Living Communities... This is where we come in when searching for a senior living community and senior resources in Southern California.
We discuss in great detail your senior loved one’s clinical condition, the cities or areas where they would like to live, and of course, what the budget looks like. We will then put together a short list of appropriate senior communities that fit your particular requirements, and email these to you. If you’d like to receive brochures prior to touring the senior living communities, we can arrange to have them mailed to you.
Throughout the process, we stay in close contact with you to answer any questions that will inevitably arise, until your loved one moves into his or her new home in a senior living community.