Often we find that people choose a level of care that may not offer the support they truly need. To find your best fit, it’s important to take an honest assessment of not only what will work for today, but the services that you may need in the future.
If you wish to live independently but enjoy the peace of mind and attractive lifestyle that a senior living community provides, Independent Living is a wonderful option. Independent Living allows people to enjoy the amenities and conveniences of a senior community without the daily maintenance of keeping up a home. Generations Independent Living communities offer rich social opportunities, a wide range of activities, and all-inclusive amenities, but do not include personal and medical care. This is often the first stage of senior living.
If you want to maintain your sense of independence but require occasional medical attention and personal assistance or struggle with activities of daily living such as walking, dressing and hygiene, Assisted Living may be the best fit. Many Generations Assisted Living communities offer the same rich amenities as Independent Living, including chef prepared meals, activity centers, Vitality Programs, fitness buildings, and bistros. If you are having difficulty living independently, or have suffered recent health complications, an Assisted Living community may be your best choice.