Independence and Autonomy for Every Ability

Tuesday, 30 October 2012 10:06
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blog14Whether you are choose independent apartments, assisted living, or a memory care facility, there are ways to build different degrees of confidence and sufficiency for all seniors. We believe that activity and encouragement builds self esteem. That end Regency Retirement’s locations offer a variety of levels of care, all with plenty of activities and opportunities for engagement to suit ever ability.

Independent living offers many of the same advantages as living in one’s own home, but without the isolation and frustration that come from living alone and trying to manage everyday tasks that become more difficult with age. By living in a retirement community, you can take advantage of planned activities and outings, or create your own adventures. You’ll have neighbors nearby with whom to socialize and a caring staff to assist with household chores like cooking, cleaning, and laundry. It’s many of the benefits of maintaining your own house or apartment, but with so much more to maximize your fun and enjoyment.

Assisted living is there for you if your needs include help with bathing, dressing, and supervision of medications. In addition to help where and when you need it, you’ll be part of a group of caring friends with access to a full roster of events, from local concerts and symphony performances to bridge tournaments, bingo, and group exercise classes. It’s the ultimate balance of dignified assistance and maintaining the lifestyle you’ve always enjoyed.

Memory care provides the same benefits of interaction, community engagement, and fun with the safety and security needed by those facing memory disorders. With a program specially tailored for the needs of those with Alzheimer’s and dementia, both residents and family members can be confident in the quality of life at Regency’s Remembrances centers.

No matter the level of care, we believe that everyone should enjoy as much autonomy as possible, receiving help with dignity, and customized to each unique resident’s needs.

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