Navigating the Change: A Guide to Assisted Living for Seniors

  • May 17, 2024 BY  Anthem Seniors
  • Anthem Senior Homes

As individuals age, the prospect of transitioning to a better way of living can bring a mix of emotions. For many elderly people, it marks a significant life change—a transition from an independent style of living to a setting where support and care are readily available. The decision depends on various factors whether you need support or not.

Unable to take proper baths not feeling well enough to live alone anymore or any other problem that is affecting your lifestyle? In that case, the time has come to choose assisted living for the process smoother and more manageable.

Change of Emotions

As moving day approaches, it’s normal for elderly people to experience a range of emotions, including excitement, anxiety, and sadness about leaving their previous home. At North Phoenix Assisted Living, we acknowledge and address the feelings that can help with the ease of transition. Encouraging elderly people to focus on the positive aspects of their new living arrangement, such as access to social activities and on-site support services, can also help alleviate concerns.

How do Anthem Senior Homes Support Residents?

On arrival at the Anthem Senior Homes, elderly people will undergo an orientation process to familiarize themselves with their new surroundings and meet staff members and fellow residents. There’s always an opportunity to ask questions, learn about available services, and begin building connections within the community, if you’re one of them then step in to know more.

It has been an amazing journey since our inception to cater to elderly people with love, care, and attention. Most importantly, this has been possible with a dedicated team of experts, who go above and beyond to look after the residents. Apart from this, we have a professional team who remain available to the residents 24*7, so that they can be a handful during any kind of emergency.

What are the facilities Anthem Senior Homes provide for residents?

We receive different types of elderly residents who come up with different problems such as being unable to walk, unable to have meals on their own, and other physical and mental problems. But we are here to take all of these into proper care and consideration. The following are the different kinds of ways that enable us to take care of our residents:

  • Serving meals three times a day and snacks throughout the whole day, which are not only tasty but also nutritious.
  • Taking the residents for daily distance walks in the community parks, where they get to meet with other residents too and connect with them.
  • Exercise and yoga are part of our daily routine as these activities are associated with keeping the residents healthy.

There are other facilities that consider the well-being of our residents, which as providing massage therapy, a walk-in tub facility, and these emphasize how to keep the residents and satisfied.