Most seniors want to live out their lives in their own homes, but sometimes it's no longer an option. Illness, dementia and mobility problems make this wish challenging. When a senior needs help to live safely, families have to decide where their loved one should live.
Location, location, location. Your senior wants to live in a place that makes them happy.
Seniors like to have things to do just as much as we do. Activities and entertainment allow your senior to feel empowered. Being near museums, parks and shopping as well as activities inside their community is important. Boredom can lead to depression and illness.
The atmosphere of an assisted living community has a drastic effect on your loved one's physical and mental well-being. Friendly and caring staff, tasty food and pleasant surroundings matter to your senior just like they do to you.
Living near family and friends can be the most important thing to your loved one. Finding a community near grandkids is one thing that could make your loved one happy.
When choosing a senior community, location matters. Being close to family for celebrations and visits, having things to do and personal comfort are important to your senior's well-being, both mentally and physically. Prioritizing location will ensure that your loved with not just be safe and comfortable, but that they will thrive. When living at home is no longer an option, you need a Caring Place. Call today to see how you can make The Beehive your home.
The Forest Grove Beehive
2122 Hawthorne Street
Forest Grove, OR 97116