Assisted Living staff can help you or your loved one with ADLs. Here is a list of the most common ADLs. As you tour different communities, make sure to ask about how the caregivers help with these tasks.
Mealtime: What type of assistance do you need at mealtime? Our caregivers can help remind residents it’s time to eat or assist with eating as needed. You can eat in the dining room or enjoy your meal in your apartment. Your choice.
Personal Hygiene: Sometimes people need help with the simple things, like washing their face or reminders to brush their teeth. Our care staff are patient and loving. Whether a person needs a simple nudge, or more hands on assistance, we will be here to help.
Getting Ready for the Day: It’s not just about what you wear. It’s about who you are. Identity is derived from preparing yourself for the day. Many women pride themselves on their hair or makeup. Some gentlemen need their favorite sweaters or shoes to feel comfortable and complete. Our staff will know the preferences of each individual and make sure their daily routines are in alignment with their desires.
Getting Around: Regardless of if you need help moving about with a walker or wheelchair, or need help transferring to a seat or toilet, we are here. Our job is to make sure you have the assistance you need when you need it. We’ve also got pull cords and pendant so each person can call when they need us.
Medication Management: Taking your daily pills can be time consuming, and in some cases confusing. We will follow your doctor’s orders, help you fill your prescriptions, and be there to administer the medications at the time you need to take them, and with the right food and liquid.Your Content Goes Here