Searching for the “right” fit is challenging, when it comes to Assisted Living. There are so many options, and narrowing it down can feel overwhelming. Use these helpful tips to save time and find the option that best fits your loved one’s needs.
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Frontida Assisted Living Facilities, such as Frontida of Kimberly, a Senior Living and Memory Care Community, provide you with posts like this one to help you live your best life.
Assisted Living Tour Tips
- Were you greeted warmly by staff who were eager to show you around?
- Does the assisted living community feel comfortable and home-like?
- Is staff available 24/7 to assist with your loved one’s needs?
- Does the environment appear clean and odor-free?
- Is your family invited to stay for a meal during your visit?
- Does the staff respond to residents’ needs in a kind and respectful way?
- Is a calendar of daily activities posted, and do they follow the schedule?
- How much does it cost, and what is involved in moving in and out?
- What do community health professionals, church members, and family members say about the facility’s reputation?
- Chose based on quality care. Don’t be fooled by fancy décor.
- Trust your instincts and listen to your hear.
Frontida Assisted Living’s Mental and Memory Care Facilities take our work and care for loved ones seriously. We treat them like family, and our success shows in their quality of life. Contact us today to take a tour and see what we mean.
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Elizabeth Daghfal is a writer, teacher, speaker, and community volunteer. When she isn't teaching or writing-- Who are we kidding? Her husband and five kids say she's ALWAYS teaching and writing. She has a passion to help people who are struggling and is happy to say her shoulders are drip-dry. Born and raised in the South, she now lives in Wisconsin and loves it--except for the fifteen months of winter. Read more about her at elizabethdaghfal.com.