Senior Living Communities

In our communities, we offer three kinds of senior living options including independent living, assisted living, and memory care. Asking yourself the right questions will help you decide which community is the right choice for your needs.

At all Field’s Senior Living communities we can bring these services to you:

  • Mobility, transfer, and escort assistance
  • Medication management and assistance
  • Bathing, dressing, grooming, and continence support
  • Dietary and nutritional support
  • Daily activities to keep you engaged with the community

Independent Living

Independent living communities are often preferred by seniors for their amenities and socialization. Is an independent living community right for you?

  • Are you an active, independent senior?
  • Can you manage your personal care needs, such as grooming, bathing and dressing?
  • Are you able to manage your medications?
  • Despite maintaining an active lifestyle, do you wish to reduce the time that you spend maintaining your home?
  • Are you looking for an opportunity to join a community but have been feeling increasingly isolated?
  • Do you want to connect with peers who share similar interests and passions?

Independent senior living works best for seniors who can manage their day-to-day activities, such as personal care and medication management, but are seeking a sense of community and no longer want to burden themselves with household chores.

Assisted Living

Assisted living communities are preferred by seniors who need help with day-to-day activities but still want the independence of their own living space. Is an assisted living community right for you?

    • Do you need help with daily activities such as grooming, bathing, and dressing?
    • Does someone need to manage your medication?
  • Are there growing concerns about personal care and safety?
  • Have you fallen or seriously injured yourself enough that it interferes with your lifestyle?
  • Do mobility issues make it difficult (or impossible) to move around the house safely?
  • Has your caregiver become worn-out, or are they experiencing their own health problems and can no longer take care of you adequately?
  • Are feelings of isolation increasing and you would like to become a part of a community?

Assisted living communities are best for seniors who need help with day-to-day activities, require medication management, need help being transported to doctors’ visits, and would like to be surrounded by peers.

Memory Care

Memory care refers to the provision of specialized care for adults suffering from Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of aging-related dementia.

While no cure has yet been found for Alzheimer’s or dementia, memory care programs continue to benefit from research and improve your loved ones quality of life. Is a memory care community right for your loved one?

  • Is around-the-clock supervision required for safety?
  • Are there difficult to manage behaviors, such as Sundowner’s Syndrome, wandering, or aggression?
  • Has the caregiver become worn-out, or are they experiencing their own health problems?
  • Does your loved one struggle with daily activities and need constant supervision?

Memory care communities are best for seniors or adults facing Alzheimer’s or aging related dementia. At Fields Senior Living, our memory care program provides personalized care, a safe environment, and positive relationships by creating meaningful life engagements and experiences delivered through specialized programs and support services by our dedicated caregiving team and care partners.

Where You Live Matters

As you or your loved one ages, you’ll have to decide what housing option will work best for them.

If you or your loved one are ready to discuss senior living options but require some guidance, you can reach out to Fields by contacting us.

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