It’s a decision that one typically doesn’t contemplate until
the situation is upon them: whether or not to place a loved one into assisted
Assisted living communities serve individuals who need help
with every day activities and some health care services but do not require
24-hour skilled nursing care services for extended periods of time. These
communities offer a unique mix of companionship, independence, privacy, and
security in a home-like setting. he philosophy of assisted living is built on
the concept of delivering person-centered care and services to each individual
September 13-19, 2015, is National Assisted Living Week (#NALW).
This year’s theme is “Nourishing Life: Mind, Body, Spirit.” The theme
celebrates the countless ways assisted living caregivers nurture the whole
resident. Communities across the country work each and every day to ensure that
the lives of their residents are fully nourished in each and every way.
Conversely, residents nourish the lives of team members and volunteers by, with
the support of loved ones, sharing their inspiring lives.
Join #ProviderChats Monday, Sept. 14 from 1-2 p.m EST, for
another terrific discussion. Experts from Brookdale and Good Samaritan
will help friends and families make sure they get the most from
assisted living in mind, body, and spirit.