Assisted Living in Orlando, FL

Letting go of one’s independence is the hardest thing any senior has to do. Assisted living facilities step in to fill the gap between living alone and living in a nursing home facility. Though there’s still independence, staff is on-call to provide assistance whenever and wherever it’s needed. There are assisted living facilities in Orlando to help your loved ones as they make the transition.

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Assisted Living vs. Nursing Home Care

Assisted living typically allows the residents to live independently, but provides constant security to ensure residents are safe at all times. Licensed workers will also provide assistance with basic activities such as bathing, cooking, and cleaning. In the state of Florida, assisted living provides housing, meals, and “at least one personal service” such as assistance with medication administration. Additional services, such as speech therapy or physical therapy, are available on an as-needed basis.

Nursing home care, on the other hand, is designed to cater to people who are not able to live independently, because they are physically or mentally unable to take care of themselves. Nursing homes provide the highest level of care available outside of a hospital environment.

Deciding What’s Right for Your Family

When choosing what’s right for your family, it’s important to meet with your loved one’s medical practitioners. While your loved one may believe they are safe alone, or could be a candidate for an assisted living facility, it may be possible they need a higher level of care than an assisted living facility can provide. The choice lies in your loved one’s condition, medical requirements, and in what your family is most comfortable with.

Placing someone you love in an assisted living facility can be difficult. Focus on the positive and what it has to offer everyone. It’s better for your loved one to be safe and secure than risk serious injury or health decline.