For seniors who need some assistance with activities of daily living, such as bathing, grooming, or taking medication, but do not require the level of hands-on care provided at a skilled nursing facility, assisted living is an ideal choice. The communities are staffed 24/7 with trained professionals that are certified to provide basic medical monitoring as well as assistance with daily activities and care. While amenities differ by community, the most common include basic housekeeping, daily meals, activities and entertainment, transportation, and access to medical services.
Assisted living options range from towering apartment buildings to sprawling suburban centers, to more intimate communities that house a small number of residents. With such a range of options available, we understand that it’s easy to become overwhelmed during your search. Our advisors routinely screen and evaluate assisted living communities throughout the Valley, allowing only the best to earn their place amongst the communities we provide referrals for.
Assisted living communities are also known as:
- Assisted living facilities
- Assisted living residences
- Adult congregate care
Assisted living is defined as a system of care for seniors who are able to live semi-independently but require certain levels of assistance with various activities of daily life.