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Assisted Living FAQ

What is Assisted Living?

Assisted Living is a care option designed for seniors who are generally active and want to maintain their independence while receiving personalized assistance with daily activities like bathing, dressing, and medication management.

Who is a suitable candidate for Assisted Living?

Assisted Living is ideal for seniors who can still manage some aspects of their daily lives but require assistance with certain tasks. It's especially beneficial for those who seek a supportive community and want to transition from living alone.

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What services are included in Assisted Living?

Assisted Living can offer a range of services such as assistance with personal care, medication management, housekeeping, transportation, and meal preparation. The specific services vary by facility or program.

Can I maintain my independence in Assisted Living?

Absolutely. Assisted Living is designed to prioritize independence. Residents typically have their own rooms or private apartments and can engage in social activities and outings while receiving the support they require.

How is medical care provided in Assisted Living?

While not equivalent to enhanced levels of care, Assisted Living often has access to medical professionals, such as on-site nurses or visiting doctors. They can assist with medication management, health monitoring, and coordinating medical appointments.

Are there social activities and opportunities for engagement?

Yes, Assisted Living communities offer a variety of social and recreational activities, including fitness programs, hobby clubs, and more. These activities promote mental, emotional, and physical well-being.

How much does Assisted Living cost?

The cost of Assisted Living varies based on factors like location, facility amenities, and the level of care required. It's important to discuss pricing specifics with the facility's representatives before or during your tour of our facility.

What if my care needs change over time?

Assisted Living is flexible and can adapt to changing care needs. If your needs increase, the facility can adjust your care plan or recommend alternative options if necessary.

Can family and friends visit in Assisted Living?

Absolutely. Assisted Living encourages family and friends to visit residents. Many facilities have common areas and visiting hours to facilitate social interactions. At Metta Lifestyles, we encourage visitors and love to see families and friends coming together!

What should I look for when touring an Assisted Living facility?

During tours, assess cleanliness, safety features, staff interactions, amenities, and the overall atmosphere. Ask about services, pricing, and anything else that matters to you.

Remember that every Assisted Living facility, or program, can have unique offerings and policies, so don't hesitate to ask specific questions to ensure that your needs and expectations are met.


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