Long-Term Residential Care
Long-term residential care for seniors includes a wide range of medical and support services provided over an extended period of time. Long-term residential care lets seniors live as independently as they can in a safe environment with around-the-clock supervision. There are two categories of long-term residential care services: Personal Care and Skilled Care.
Personal care provides assistance with activities of daily living and/or provides supervision of an individual who is cognitively impaired. Activities of daily living include bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, eating, and transferring.
Skilled care includes nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and medication management. These services are provided by a licensed professional.
Long-term care for seniors
4 Seasons Senior Living residential care homes are specially designed for a welcoming feel while providing the best safety and security for your loved ones. Our experienced staff is available and ready to care for your loved one 24/7.
Long-term care for elderly
Our unique senior care program is tailored to each resident's needs in collaboration with their families, physicians, and other allied health care professionals. Our caregivers provide assistance for your loved one with all of their activities of daily living (ADL's) and individualized care needs. We take special pride in our ability to help those with memory care issues, including seniors with Alzheimer's along with those affected by stroke, cancer, and Parkinson's.
Long-term senior care
We deliver compassionate and high-quality senior care to ensure your loved one is getting the personalized senior care they need. Our charming residential care homes offer a unique and affordable option, with 4 - 6 residents per assisted living home and options for private and semi-private rooms.
How do I know if I need Long-Term Care?
The risk of falling or having an accident, developing a serious health condition or disability, having a heart attack or stroke, decrease in good habits like nutrition or exercise are things that increase as we age. There are a variety of factors that can play a role when deciding if Long-Term Care is for you. Age, gender, marital status, lifestyle, and health and family history are the biggest contributors to increasing the risk of needing long-term care.
If you are gradually starting to need help with basic tasks, looking into Long-Term Care options is something you might want to consider. Long-Term Care services are available in a residential setting (also called a group home or board and care homes), in-home setting, or nursing home setting. When beginning your search for Long-Term Care for the elderly you may want to consider other things your loved one may need assistance with, like transportation, medication reminders, or running errands.
Long-Term Care for seniors is not meant to impose on an individual's independence. Caretakers providing Long-Term Care are there to help the elderly with basic needs: bathing, dressing, personal care needs, transferring, and eating - so they can continue to live their lives and be safe.