Assisted Living Services
The Care You Need to Support Your Lifestyle
Residents in Assisted Living enjoy active, vibrant lifestyles — with meaningful relationships, fascinating hobbies, fun activities, and entertainment. Assisted Living services provide the added support residents need to continue an independent lifestyle. Compassionate team members collaborate with residents to design a care schedule that provides just the amount of assistance with activities of daily living that residents need.
Activities of Daily Living
To help residents continue living the lifestyles they love, specially trained Assisted Living caregivers help seniors with one or more activities of daily living (ADLs), including grooming, bathing, eating, walking, and managing medication.
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Residents in Assisted Living receive support that works with their schedules and suits their preferences.
Residents receiving Assisted Living services have access to all the same services as residents in Independent Living.
- All-inclusive meal plan (with snacks)
- Utilities (except phone)
- Cable TV
- Life enrichment and wellness programs
- Daily housekeeping
- Comprehensive laundry service
- 24-hour security
- Maintenance-free living
- Emergency communication system
- Local transportation to medical appointments
- Personal shopping
- Package delivery service
- And many more premium features
Team members will help residents enjoy any community amenities as their needs and abilities permit. With more opportunities at your fingertips, residents find it easier to create fun and fulfilling days.
- Regular exercise programs
- Swimming pool
- Walking trails
- Social dining room or private dining
- Cafe with outdoor dining
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Assisted Living?
Assisted Living provides a constructive combination of individualized care, familiar community surroundings, and lifestyle enhancements. Our residents are assured ongoing wellness evaluations and levels of Assisted Living services that address their specific needs. Licensed, compassionate team members assist with daily tasks as needed, and the many amenities available help residents enjoy what matters most to them.
How does an Assisted Living community differ from a nursing home?
Nursing homes offer a more extensive level of medical care, usually for frail seniors with numerous health care requirements. Assisted Living communities — or Assisted Living within a continuing care retirement community — are intended for people who are generally able to care for themselves except for a few activities with which they require help — for example, preparing meals, dressing, bathing, or performing household chores. Assisted Living services are also helpful for people who are sometimes confused or experiencing sporadic memory challenges.
How does someone know when a senior requires Assisted Living services?
We recommend starting with a physician’s assessment. When help with daily tasks is needed — taking medicines, bathing, dressing, meals, transportation, and housekeeping — Assisted Living can be the answer. Trained professionals provide support while helping preserve an individual’s independence.
Are the residences furnished?
Residences within levels of care come furnished with a bed, dresser, nightstand, and chair, but residents have the freedom to furnish and decorate their residence any way they wish. Bring beloved furniture and belongings, or make a fresh start with new pieces that make everyday living even more comfortable.
Do you offer activities?
Yes. Each day is filled with opportunities to create new friendships through activities, socials, and entertainment, as well as access to life-enriching services and amenities around the community.
What if a resident needs more support than what is provided in Assisted Living?
At Cypress Glen, we offer a continuum of care. Unlike Assisted Living communities that only provide one level of care, Cypress Glen offers Assisted Living services as well as Memory Support and Skilled Nursing. These programs provide 24/7 care for residents recovering from illness or injury, or those needing more long-term supervision for a chronic condition.