Moving your loved one to an assisted living community can improve their life significantly – and yours. Assisted living communities provide the support seniors may require to live an independent life, free from the burdens of home ownership, cooking, and household tasks.

Instead, assisted living residents can live an engaging, purposeful life again, and families can gain peace of mind that all their needs are being met and emergency assistance is available when needed. Learn about the positive impacts of assisted living for seniors in this blog from Golden Bell Senior Living.

How can assisted living positively impact senior health and quality of life?

#1: The environment fosters independence.

Seniors receive just the right amount of assistance they need to live life to the fullest. Assisted living provides a maintenance-free lifestyle so residents can focus on doing activities they enjoy.

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#2: The lifestyle is worry-free.

Assisted living communities offer on-site amenities, including restaurant-style dining, a hair salon, housekeeping and linen services, outdoor activity areas, transportation to appointments and shopping, and much more.

#3: The community promotes socialization and lifelong learning.

Many assisted living communities have a full schedule of activities, classes, and outings planned for their residents. Seniors are in the ideal place to engage with their peers, learn something new, and be as active as they wish.

#4: You are encouraged to be yourself.

Even though there are so many things to do, you can choose to sit in your apartment or another quiet place in the community and read a book or sip on some hot coffee. You can watch movies, do puzzles, and even order room service. Communities encourage residents to personalize their apartment suites, request unique dishes, and share ideas for new activities or classes.

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#5: A dedicated nursing team can monitor your health.

Assisted living communities are usually close-knit, with a dedicated nursing care team that gets to know every resident. The care team may be able to identify a change in your loved one’s health and can intervene quickly to help prevent a more serious outcome.

Assisted living can help improve a senior’s overall well-being, including physical, emotional, and social health. Residents receive the assistance they need to live their best lives, and families can let go of their former caregiver roles and instead focus on spending quality time with their aging loved ones.

Discover assisted living in South Florida and South Carolina

Assisted living residents of Golden Bell’s Independence Hall and Williamsburg Landing in Wilton Manors, Florida, and Cumberland Hills in Aiken, South Carolina, enjoy resort-style living plus the additional support and assistance they need to live independently.

Assisted living includes a comprehensive activities program, delicious chef-prepared meals, and beautiful apartment suites. You can learn more about our assisted living communities on our website.

Life at Golden Bell Senior Living

Senior living communities like Golden Bell provide the comforts of home with the added benefits of supportive care, engaging activities, and a maintenance-free lifestyle. With your daily needs met, your loved one will live more independently and have opportunities to meet friends, discover new interests, and live each day to the fullest.

Golden Bell Senior Living offers a full continuum of care, including independent living, assisted living, and respite care. Residents have personalized care plans, are treated like family, and are greeted by name in a warm, welcoming environment.

Amenities and activities include:

  • Beautiful accommodations
  • Landscaped grounds and gardens
  • Community outings
  • Recreation and social activities
  • Chef-prepared meals
  • Scheduled transportation
  • Beauty and barber shop
  • Housekeeping and maintenance services

Please contact us to learn more about our communities or set up a tour. We’d love to hear from you and are happy to help answer any questions you have about senior living. For more information about choosing senior living, download our complimentary Family Decision Toolkit.

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