The Assurance of Assisted Living

Assisted living creates a supportive environment for seniors, offering assistance with daily needs while preserving independence. For those in need of increased day-to-day support, our Assisted Living communities provide medication management, help with dressing and bathing, transportation, laundry services and more, as well as on-site therapy.

As we age, our needs and abilities change, and sometimes we need assistance to maintain our independence and improve our quality of life. Assisted Living is a valuable resource during such times. Our supportive services empower residents to focus their time and attention on programs that bring them joy.

Assisted Living offers a setting that prioritizes personalized assistance, safety, security and opportunities for social engagement, coupled with a diverse range of amenities and services. 

Benefits of Assisted Living

  • Daily experiences and physical exercise 
  • Assistance with day-to-day living
  • 24-hour nursing staff on site
  • Medication management
  • Delicious daily meals
  • Increased social life
  • Pet-friendly environment
  • Fewer chores and home maintenance
  • On-site physical therapy
  • On-site occupational therapy
  • On-site speech therapy

















*Not all amenities are available in all communities

Frequently Asked Questions

Assisted Living

Assisted living is a type of residential care that provides assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) for individuals who are unable to live independently but do not require the level of medical care provided in a nursing home or memory care community. Residents usually possess a level of mobility and do not require around-the-clock medical attention or 24-hour supervision. When the need for medical attention or assistance with daily activities increases to a certain level, our memory care communities may be a better fit for the resident’s current needs.

As seniors age, their needs for care and support can become more complex. This is where assisted living and memory care communities come into play. While both types of communities offer assistance with daily living tasks and healthcare, there are some key differences between them.

Memory care communities are smaller communities that have a higher care partner to resident ratio. In memory care, the team is able to spend more focused time with residents who may require more support to achieve greater levels of independence. Memory care partners focus on building relationships to promote resident success.

Assisted living communities tend to focus more on providing engaging and exciting experiences for residents, while memory care communities still focus on creating social connections in an environment tailored to the unique needs of each individual, but offer Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia-specific activities designed for the unique cognitive needs of the residents. These programs are broken down into smaller, more manageable steps that allow all residents to succeed.

Overall, the main difference between assisted living and memory care communities is the level of care and support provided. While assisted living communities offer more general support for seniors who need help with daily tasks, memory care communities specialize in helping those with memory loss. It’s important for families to carefully consider their loved one’s needs and preferences when choosing between these types of communities.

Assisted living and independent living are both types of residential options for adults and seniors, but they differ when it comes to the level of care, amenities, and home features.

Assisted living is designed for seniors who require some assistance with tasks such as medication management, preparing meals, transportation, and bathing, while independent living is geared towards adults who don’t require hands-on assistance with these types of tasks. Independent living communities offer maintenance-free living just like assisted living does, but without the great amount of support from trained caregivers and nurses. In addition, independent living communities usually offer small homes or villas with full amenities, including kitchens, while assisted living communities may offer more limited amenities and have a greater focus on providing care, assistance, and activities to residents.

As our parents age, it’s natural to worry about their health and well-being. Eventually, there may come a time when you and your family need to consider assisted living options. If your parents are struggling with tasks such as bathing, dressing, or preparing meals, it may be time to consider assisted living. These tasks are essential for maintaining independence and quality of life, and if your parents are struggling, it could be a sign that they need more support.

As we age, our bodies become more susceptible to illness and injury. If your parents are experiencing chronic health issues, it may be time to consider assisted living. This can provide them with access to medical care and support to manage their conditions effectively.

Loneliness and social isolation can also have a significant impact on our mental and physical health. If your parents are spending most of their time alone, you may want to consider the option of assisted living. This could provide them with a caring community and opportunities to connect with others, which can greatly improve their overall well-being and happiness.

Yes, pets are allowed in every Experience Senior Living community. Pets are family and we truly understand that. That’s why we’re proud to be one of the most pet-friendly senior living communities around. Your furry best friend can come with you to assisted living, where they’ll enjoy plenty of green spaces, walks, and cuddles from our loving community. Join us today and experience a maintenance-free life for both you and your pet!

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