Communities are different. But, according to Chris Strickland in a video from Belmont Village, these tips can assist you to choose among communities.
Chris advises going to two or three locations. Chat with both the staff and residents as you go. This will help you get an insight into the place’s true nature.
Watch out for the employees and residents. Are they pleased? What activities are they taking part in? Are they doing anything to take part in, or are they merely sitting in halls with nothing to do? Do the meals look delicious? Are there many choices? Do the customers like the taste?
In the following video, families and the spouses of residents tell us it’s an extremely difficult decision, and unexpected visits show the way your loved ones are well taken care of. It is also suggested to choose between the senior living facilities that provide independence, and then transition to assisted living services at the point when it is needed.
When it comes to senior living communities you should trust your instincts. This is the best choice for family members in a setting that is cozy and creates a sense of being part of the community.