Explore Various Care Options With Anthem Senior Living

  • March 22, 2023 BY  Anthem Seniors
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Being a newbie, as everyone is at first, might make choosing a senior living facility a difficult endeavor. You must first comprehend the various senior living facilities to be able to make an informed choice. There are numerous options for senior care and housing, unlike when your parents or grandparents were elderly and had to decide between a nursing home and a housing facility. Let’s hear out from the experts of Anthem Senior Living.

Senior Apartments

  • A fitness center, wellness center, theatre, and dog park are just a few of the amenities available in these apartment buildings for 55+ aged people along with transport services for activities and outings organized by the community.
  • All utilities are paid for by residents, much like when they own a home.
  • The main entrance to the community locks at a specific time in the late evening, and apartment doors open towards the interior of the complex.
  • Though you shouldn’t anticipate seeing many residents in their 50s or 60s, most people live there until they are 90 years old.

Independent Living

  • Independent life is divided into two models. The “all-inclusive” paradigm is the original and most often used today.
  • These communities provide three meals a day, housekeeping, transportation, as well as electricity, water, sewer, and frequent cable. They also provide a weekly schedule of events and outings.
  • They are ideal for older adults who, for a variety of reasons, are not eating correctly, should not be driving any longer, and need regular check-ups with a carer.
  • “A la carte” is the second independent living option. All of the units include a full kitchen, but they also provide meals and housekeeping for a charge. A full schedule of events is available to residents as well. Some utilities are included and some are not.

Memory Care

These communities have been created especially to care for people who have different forms of “Dementia”, “Alzheimer’s”, traumatic brain injuries, or cognitive impairment brought on by strokes and other diseases.

Skilled Nursing Facilities

A nursing home goes by this elegant moniker. When a nursing home is described as “skilled,” it simply means that it can provide patients who are being discharged from the hospital but are too frail to go home with rehabilitation services like physical, occupational, speech, or respiratory therapy.

While some nursing homes have Medicaid beds that are licensed, “SNFs” also provide long-term care for private money or Medicaid.

Assisted Living

  • Elderly people who need help with one or more everyday chores, such as dressing, bathing, transferring (getting in and out of bed, chair, or wheelchair), or medication reminders.
  • In comparison to newer communities, older assisted living facilities may only offer studio apartments (one spacious room, kitchenette, and huge bathroom).
  • If new resident is unable to bear weight, stand, or pivot when they move in, they can usually only move around in a wheelchair.

Residential Care Home

  • RCHs primarily look after older people, although they also agree to care for younger people who have a physical impairment or have experienced a serious medical incident.
  • The caregiver-to-resident ratio in these facilities, which averages four to one, is the lowest. They are frequently run by certified nurses.

If you still have a query, reach out to have a heart-to-heart discussion with Anthem Assisted Living correspondents. You may dial 602.909.9550 to contact me.