If you have a family member who you believe would benefit from all the wonderful things a senior living community has to offer or are just beginning to explore the options for your loved one, you’ve come to the right place.
Why Senior Living?
Your parent or loved one has reached the time of life when they are ready for someone else to hassle with maintaining their home and want a simpler lifestyle that will allowthem to focus on growing in new areas. They want to join a rich community of like-minded people who will laugh with them, dine with them, and share their life experiences. Or they are at the point of needing more care than their current living situation provides.
Explore these benefits and questions you or they might have.
I am ready to experience the benefits of a senior living community. I just need to understand my options.
Retirement Living (or as we like to say, re-fired living) is often called independent living — in apartments and cottages where residents access wide-ranging services and amenities, activities and events. As an added benefit, our communities all provide health care services.
A Continuing Care Retirement Community(CCRC) is often known as a life care community.This provides an option to pay a refundable upfront entrance fee in exchange for the assurance of continued residency. This includes priority access to increased care, healthcare discounts and other benefits.
For more information, visit our page about Continuing Care Retirement Communities.
Residential Living(or as we like to say, re-fired living) is often called independent living — in apartments and cottages where residents access wide-ranging services and amenities, activities and events. As an added benefit, our communities all provide health care services.
For more information, visit our page about Residential Living.
Assisted Living provides assistance with activities of daily living and includes monitoring of resident activities to help ensure their health, safety and well-being. Assistance may include the administration or supervision of medication and personal care services provided by trained staff.
For more information, visit our page about Assisted Living.
Memory Support provides care for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or related dementias. Dementia is a general term that describes a group of symptoms, such as loss of memory, judgment, language, complex motor skills and other intellectual functions. Our Leaders in Dementia Care trained team work to decrease anxiety and increase life enjoyment for residents and their families.
For more information, visit our page about Memory Support.
Skilled Nursing provides routine nursing care and assistance with daily living activities 24-hours a day. . Residents experience the highest quality of life in settings that preserve their dignity and respect while infusing fun and growth.
For more information, visit our page about Skilled Nursing.
Rehabilitation For those recovering from an injury or illness, our best-in-class rehabilitation teams offer short- and long-term occupational, physical and speech therapies at each of our three communities —7 days a week. Each of our skilled nursing communities has a 4- or 5-star rating from Medicare.
For more information, visit our page about Rehabilitation.
Home Care & Respite Care: Our Home Care Services provides the extra help that you or your loved one needs. Each companion is carefully matched with your family. Each associate is bonded and insured, providing personal care, transportation, light housekeeping, meal preparation, shopping and errand assistance. Additionally some medical services may be provided. As space is available in our communities, respite services may be provided in our assisted living or skilled nursing neighborhoods as well. Respite by definition is a break for the caregiver – in CLC’s case we can offer that break either in your home or in one of our communities or adult day services.
For more information, visit our page about Home Care.
Adult Day Services: Our Adult Day Services provides a respite for caregivers and fosters social interaction and a sense of purpose for our “club” members. Our intimate group of friends enjoys stimulating activities for the mind, body and spirit during the day and returns to the comforts of home in the evening.
For more information, visit our page about Adult Day Services.
Chaplain Services: As a faith-based organization we understand the important role of spirituality in the aging process. We have a team of chaplains in each of our communities and services daily supporting and encouraging older adults in their chosen faith or spirituality practice. This team works closely with social workers in providing emotional support to each person as they continue on their successful aging journey.
For more information, visit our page about Chaplain Services.