For seniors who need care beyond Independent Living, there’s a lot to consider. You or a loved one may need assistance dressing each morning or bathing each evening but are still relatively self-sufficient throughout the rest of the day. Perhaps help taking medications or administering injections (for a diabetic, for instance) is what you need. Or, your loved one may be experiencing early or even advanced symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia-related illness. At Cypress Cove, we provide the highest level of support in a variety of home-like settings.
Our team prides itself on being at the top of their fields in assisted living. That’s because our ongoing training programs are both intensive and innovative. Every individual on our staff combines passion with patience, two key factors in providing the level of healthcare your loved one deserves and that you demand.
Helping your parents with a move to senior living.
Change can be difficult for some, exciting for others. For seniors considering a move to a senior living or “retirement” community, change can bring about all sorts of emotions, particularly a fear of losing independence. One of the greatest gifts you can offer a loved one considering a move to a senior living community is your understanding and support.