Shadowridge Senior Living provide support for seniors who need assistance with the activities of daily living (ADLs). We offer:
- Medication management
- Restaurant-style dining
- Bathing, grooming, and dressing assistance
- Toileting assistance and incontinence support
- Transfer assistance for those dependent on a walker or wheelchair
- Laundry and linen service
- Activities and outings
- Hospice services
Shadowridge Senior Living offers convenient short-term respite care services at an all-inclusive daily rate. Short-term stay residents will receive the same amenities during their respite as our residents who proudly call Shadowridge home.
You might consider short-term respite care when you need:
- Support after a hospital stay
- Continued short-term rehabilitation after a skilled nursing stay
- A place to stay when an emergency has made your home unsafe or uninhabitable
- A short-term respite care stay can also help you experience what Shadowridge Senior Living has to offer. This is a great way to see how you fit in with our current residents before you decide to become a full-time resident.
If you are a caregiver, you might also consider a short-term stay when you need a break — whether it’s for work, a vacation, or just a much-needed breather — and you don’t want to leave a loved one who is not fully independent.
ASSISTED LIVING OR MEMORY CARE
Which Option is Best for My Loved One?
Assisted living communities and memory care communities differ in important ways. Residents in assisted living arrangements maintain cognitive independence. While they may need physical assistance with the activities of daily living such as bathing and dressing, they are able to make decisions for themselves. In a memory care community, residents may not be cognitively capable of making decisions for themselves. Memory Care residents may need additional support, as well as the security of a secure campus to prevent wandering into dangerous circumstances. Memory care teams may need to prompt or remind residents of their daily routines, especially during personal care and mealtimes. They may also need to encourage residents to join activities and remain engaged throughout the day. Activity and social interaction encourage brain function and help those we care for maintain their confidence and sense of purpose.
If you are not sure which services would best fit your loved one’s needs please reach out to us, we are here to help.
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