Personal Care and Assisted Living is a long-term care option for seniors who may need help with daily living tasks. Our compassionate team of caregivers, or Resident Life Associates, take the time to learn your routines and preferences. Whether we’re offering support with bathing, meals, dressing, or medication, we want to provide the right level of assistance while encouraging residents to retain as much independence as they choose.
We try to make the transition to our senior living communities as seamless as possible for our residents through custom personal care services, social opportunities, and a premier dining experience.
What Care Does Assisted Living Provide?
Assisted living provides support for basic activities of daily living (ADLs), including:
- Personal grooming and hygiene
- Assistance at meals
- Using the bathroom
- Medication management
Three meals daily, weekly housekeeping, full laundry services, and transportation to medical appointments are also provided with Assisted Living at Providence Place Senior Living.
Amenities Included with Assisted Living & Personal Care
When you move to a Providence Place assisted living community, you have access to a variety of amenities to enhance your quality of life:
- A beautifully landscaped campus with a scenic walking path
- Full-service beauty salon and barber shop
- Activities room, library, computer lounge, and cafe
- On-site chapel & religious services
- Laundry service & laundry facilities
- Three daily meals prepared by our Executive chef
- 24-hour snack and beverage bar
- Daily Community Life programming and outings, musical entertainment, card clubs, exercise classes, gardening, men’s club and more!
You can also receive occupational, physical, and speech therapies as needed without leaving our campus. We have a full therapy suite with our Rehabilitation partner. Free transportation is provided for local medical appointments.
Contact the Director of Sales in your region to discuss your loved one’s needs.
Memory Care and Assisted Living
Not all assisted living facilities provide memory care, but Providence Place offers programs for early or mid-to-late stage dementia and Alzheimer’s. Because of our unique services model, you can add early-stage or late-stage memory care at any time. While we strive to let you age-in-place, residents with late-stage dementia may eventually need to move to our Connections Neighborhood. This is a secure yet homelike neighborhood in our communities that keeps our residents safe from the risk of wandering.
Frequently Asked Questions
Not sure if Assisted Living & Personal Care is right for you? Here are some of the most common questions we get about this level of care.
When Is It Time for Assisted Living?
When your loved one can no longer care for themselves and you cannot meet their needs, it’s time for Assisted Living. Community living provides the peace-of-mind that is best for everyone. Common signs you should consider assisted senior care include:
- Inadequate nutrition (spoiled food in the house or no food at all)
- Lack of personal hygiene
- Unpaid bills and other financial issues
- Unkempt living space
- Diminished social life
If your loved one cannot feed themselves, get dressed, use the bathroom, and perform other daily tasks by themselves, assisted living services can provide the care they need.
Can Married Couples Live Together in Assisted Living at Providence Place?
Yes, married couples can live together in Providence Place assisted living facilities. All of our residents have their own home-like apartments and can receive customized services as needed. Our caregivers come to you, so there’s no need to move to a different facility to receive care.
What’s the Difference Between Assisted Living and Other Types of Care?
The different types of senior care can be confusing. What sets Assisted Living apart from nursing homes, Independent Living, and other facilities is the level of services offered. Assisted Living provides more support than Independent Living, but less medical care than skilled nursing facilities. This type of community is a good fit for seniors who are in relatively good health but are struggling to care for themselves due to normal aging concerns.