Modern home-based assisted living centers offer a wide range of facilities. Here are some benefits which you should know before moving to a home senior care in Oklahoma
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7 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT
ASSISTED L IVING
02EACH COMMUNITY OFFERS VARYING LEVELS OFCARE
Assisted living or home senior care offersa wide range of caregivingbenefitsto their senior members.Facilitylicensing affects the degree of care andahigher degree of licensing enables greater carefor
03EACH COMMUNITY HAS I TS OWNDISTINCT PERSONALITY
Assisted living facilities are not alike and have their own distinct personality. They range from large complexes in the suburbs to high-rise apartment buildings in the city, and even small cottages surrounded by nature. The majority of assisted living centers are licensed and provides care for at least 20 people while many larger communities can serve up to 100residents.
04PETS ARE TREATEDASTHERAPEUTIC
Assisted Living facilities treat petsas therapeutic ratherthanbothersome. Different communities havedifferentpolicies for pets but all of them supports afurrypet to look after their seniormembers.Consider doing a proper research beforechoosingany pet and inform the assisted livingfacilityif your loved one happens to be allergicto
05OPTIONS TO REDUCE HIGH COSTOF ASSISTED LIVING
Assisted Living is costly for some citizens and so 41 states provide home and community-based waivers that enable low-income residents to enjoy their stay at these communities.Also,
long-term care insurance can help seniors for financing their long-term care needs. Veterans and their spouses can enjoy VA benefits which will diminish the cost of senior care. Medicaid facilities are available for seniors with low income and fewassets.
06ASSISTED L IVING DIFFERSFROM NURSINGHOMES
Assisted living and nursing homes arenotthe same. While home-based assistedlivingmembersare independent, nursing home residentsrequire24- hour assistance. Also, assisted livingoffersone bedroom apartments comparedtonursing homes with single private rooms. Lastbutnot the least, assisted living members aremobileand don't require continuousmedicalattention whereas nursing home patients arebed-ridden
and require skillednursing.
07ASSISTED L IVING OFFERS DIVERSE OPTIONS
Assisted living offers diverse options for their residents by fulfilling their cultural, religious, dietary, and language needs. There will be an ever increasing need for niche senior living communities due to the large diversity of America.
08OPTIONS FOR ALZHEIMER ’S AND DEMENTIACARE
Modern private assisted livingcommunitiesoffer memory care programs for their membersto improve the quality of life of eachresident.
Senior citizens suffering fromAlzheimer'sor dementia will have the option to livewiththe general population of the community.Ifthe condition becomes bad they will be shiftedto