Once you have determined that assisted living is the best option for your loved one, it is time to look into what is offered in the area you prefer. Visit each assisted living facility several times, paying attention to how staff members interact with residents and how residents behave (are they in good health and happiness?). It's a good idea to accompany your loved one on tour and stay put to eat in the dining room or participate in an activity.
Look for signs of high-quality care throughout your visit to each community, such as people who are happy and well. Confirm that several activities and events are given each day and weekly opportunities to leave the building and visit the neighborhood by requesting an activity calendar. Finally, look at the weekly menu and inquire whether cooks can accommodate your loved one's unique tastes or dietary requirements.
While on tour or when speaking with employees, you might want to inquire about the following:
5/3/2023 04:47:52 pm
It really helped when you elaborated on what we'd consider when touring an assisted living community. Not long ago, my parents mentioned they'd like to choose where they'll live when they get older, so I'll make sure they read your post soon. Thank you for the information on asking what services are included when paying for assisted living care.
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