Senior Services of America assisted living communities have been thoughtfully designed to provide residents with a nurturing, comfortable, and home-like environment. Our team understands the challenges associated with aging — the physical changes, the shift in activity levels and abilities, the uncertainties about the future. Senior Services of America is dedicated to helping you and your loved one address those challenges confidently and positively. We want to get to know our Residents and the important lifestyle routines as doing so helps us in tailoring a customized personal care plan to encourage individual strengths, capabilities and needs.
Our communities provide a full spectrum of services and senior care for our assisted living residents. Our assisted living settings are designed to respond to the individual needs of residents who may need help with activities of daily living, but do not need the level of medical care provided in a skilled nursing facility.
We aim to build relationships with local medical professionals, and to network with hospitals, social workers, and many physicians who have a myriad of expertise. These relationships assist us in working to meet our Residnets' changing needs.
Activities of daily living (ADLs), are the necessary physical functions required to maintain an independent lifestyle and are typically described as dressing, bathing, eating, toileting, ambulating, transferring, medication management, and continence. Our goal for our assisted living communities is to provide assistance and services in a way that avoids institutionalization and keeps older, frailer residents as independent as possible for as long as possible per state regulations. Assisted living services usually include meal preparation, personal care, activities, transportation, medication management, and incontinence care. Our on-site staff offers services according to the level of need — which may increase over time as resident's needs evolve.
Assisted living offers personal care, and has support services available if or when the Residents need them.
To learn more about our assisted living communities near you, visit our community directory.