As demands in 21st-century senior living challenge us to transform our care delivery models, senior living communities must walk a fine line between required vigilance and resident independence.
Elder Care Management varies from community to community. That said, some services are more common than others. At the very least, you can expect the assisted living facility you choose to provide help with the core activities of daily living. It refers to the critical life tasks that individuals need to manage or perform to live independently. Those tasks include dressing, bathing, toileting, eating, personal hygiene, medication and health management. Also, most communities safeguard residents’ health and security with controlled access, round-the-clock nursing staff and emergency call systems.