Our goal is to build communities where everyone may feel supported, loved, and free to experience life to the fullest.
We have had the good fortune to assist residents, members of their families, and our staff for many years. Every newcomer to our community has something to teach us. At Anthem, we prioritize fostering a satisfying resident experience. We spend a lot of time listening and asking questions to do that. Next, to fulfill any unmet needs, we develop new programs and opportunities.
Dedicated to resident contentment
Our team members at senior care living in Anthem are constantly curious about your experience as we perform our best work when we are paying attention to the people we serve. To better serve our residents, we are here to learn and innovate in our communities. We incorporate satisfaction evaluation into our everyday encounters.
Tackling everyday problem
The idea of actively tackling the issue may seem overwhelming if your loved one is having difficulties living alone. You may be troubled by several things, including whether the time is right for your parent or loved one to move into a senior living facility, which senior living community would be best for them, and whether they would be content there.
On top of all of those things, you might also have preconceived notions about senior living communities that are unfavorable—perhaps based on scenes from television shows or movies or memories of trips you made to see your great-grandmother in a nursing home decades ago.
Living quality improvement
In an elderly living facility, residents have the opportunity to converse with friends while walking down the hall, take part in planned and unplanned activities, and have meals with both old and new acquaintances. Pets also contribute to a higher quality of life; it’s not just the presence of a vibrant social environment.
Importance of elderly care communities
Communities for senior citizens also emphasize relationships and acknowledge their importance for senior health. As we get older, friendships may be harder to establish and keep going. The opportunity to make new friends and engage with neighbors is frequently provided by senior living facilities, though.
Being socially engaged helps people manage stress better, and being with other people can make seniors feel more at home, calm, and welcome. The immune system can also be strengthened by having better stress management skills.
Helping cognitive causes
Socialization is important for maintaining cognitive health, and senior living facilities like Anthem make sure that there are lots of chances to strengthen current social relationships and forge new ones. There are many possibilities to promote cognitive function, including special events, activities, and even dining with other residents. In actuality, those who are frequently socially connected have cognitive impairment at a pace that is almost 70% lower than that of isolated people. At senior care living in Anthem, we provide comprehensive services for your retired life to keep you hale and hearty. For reservation purposes, dial 602.909.9550.