Assisted Living is a balance between living independently on your own and getting support from trained professionals when you need it. It is important to understand the limitations of the person needing Assisted Living and their specific needs; if you are the advocate for a loved one, it is important that you take the time to get all of your questions answered, so you can have peace of mind when you make a decision.
Our Assisted Living services are individually tailored to each resident’s well-being by our Quail Park professionals after an initial assessment and consultation with the resident, family, and primary care provider. Our well-trained care teams, supervised by licensed nurses, strive every day to engage each resident in living well, to the best of each resident’s abilities, while being sensitive to their personal choices, independence, and dignity.
To that end, knowing how important socialization is to our Assisted Living residents, we have daily activities run by our Life Engagement Leader to engage residents with their neighbors in these important social experiences. These activities encourage socializing and fellowship with their neighbors in the community. Some of the activities we offer in the morning are coffee and conversation or making smoothies, Zumba, music therapy, or sing along. In the afternoon there is coloring time, walking, trivia games, puzzle time, or bingo. After supper, there is popcorn and a movie. Whatever your loved one enjoys, he or she is sure to find others to spend their time with in these activities.
Our monthly fee structure for Assisted Living services is based on the degree of need and frequency of interaction. In addition to the basic services and amenities, Assisted Living services may include but are not limited to the following items:
- Medication management
- Transferring and ambulation assistance
- Personal laundry
- Escorting to meals and activities
- Bathing, dressing, grooming and bathroom assistance
- Incontinence management
- Daily housekeeping
- Personalized pet care
- Health care provider communications
- Coordination of Long-Term Care Insurance benefits