Senior Assisted Living Center
Do you need help with some day to day tasks such as cooking and various chores, but still want to live independently? Our Assisted Living facility is designed for residents that are seeking a free lifestyle with the benefit of help from trained staff.
Assisted Living Helps You Keep Your Independence
What Is Assisted Living?
Assisted living offers support with daily living and domestic tasks such as bathing, laundry, and other personal care needs. It allows our residents long term care options while promoting safe senior independence. Our residents all meet with a personal care adviser that will create a personalized service plan so we can support them as they pursue their best life. Our service plan will be tailored to provide the help that our resident needs without completely removing freedom that defines who you are
Service Benefits Include
- 24 hour direct care staff
- Attractive Apartment with private baths
- All utilities provided excluding phone
- Assistance with personal care
- Beauty/Barber Services
- Daily Recreation and activity programs
- Convenience kitchens in each apartment
- Housekeeping and Laundry services
- Local transportation for appointments & shopping
- Regular health and wellness assessments
- Weekly Religious Services
- How can you tell when it’s time to consider Assisted Living?
Deciding when it’s time to transition your loved one into an assisted living community can be a tough decision. While every family and situation is different, we recommend you keep an eye out for certain signs that will indicate it may be time to have that conversation. Below are some signs that your Senior may be having a hard time with some daily tasks and may be ready to make that transition.
- Decreased Mobility – (Difficulty rising from seated positions or getting in and out of vehicles would be a sign of declining mobility)
- Neglecting Finances (Forgetting to check the mail and/or pay bills)
- Declining appetite / Noticeable Weight Loss
- Disorientation, confusion, or signs of memory loss
- Frequent Falls or unexplained bruises
- Forgetting to take medication, or forgetting they already took medication.
- Loss of active relationships
- Decline in personal hygiene
Terra Grubb, Director
These are a few of the telling signs that assisted care may be necessary. We would love the opportunity to discuss your personal situation and walk you through different options that Camelot Senior Living provides. We have locations in Baker, Broussard, Jennings, Lafayette, and Rayne. We are also expanding into additional markets.
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