One fact remains clear about this pandemic. COVID-19 has the highest mortality rate for senior citizens and those with underlying health conditions. Now, more than ever, it is imperative that people who have had to be hospitalized feel confident when they are discharged to the next phase of their road to recovery.
Healthcare, across the continuum has been forced to make decisive actions to adapt their care and operations to keep everyone as safe as possible. Senior living, in relation to assisted living, memory care, post-acute care or even home care services, are creating a “new normal.”
The need for human connection is so important, now more than ever. Luckily, in today’s age of technology, there are many virtual activities you can do with your loved one to keep you all connected, safely.
As senior living companies continue to adapt to new methods of caring during COVID-19, it is important to continue to keep the seniors engaged to move the body, intrigue the mind and inspire the spirit with a robust recreation program.
For over two decades, we have lived by our dedication to Caring with a Commitment to Quality for you and your loved one. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused senior living locations to redefine certain methods of how we are able to do that, but our motto still remains the cornerstone of our approach.
This pandemic has been a huge struggle for everyone, but it has been especially worrisome for senior citizens and senior living communities that are entrusted with caring for them, such as assisted living, memory care or post-acute care. As part of our commitment to transparency and quality care, here are a few of the ways that we continue to remain strong against COVID-19 and keep your loved ones healthy and safe.
In today’s world, mental health can be one of the hardest things to maintain healthily, especially if you or your loved one are in senior living. Whether you are in assisted living, memory care, or post-acute care, there are a lot of updated policies that are in place to ensure that you and your loved ones remain safe from COVID-19.
Especially during these trying times, peace of mind is an invaluable asset for family members of individuals in senior living. Here are some of the ways that senior living communities can foster trust and provide peace of mind to the family members.
During trying times, while senior living communities are under quarantine, those with pets are enjoying the benefits of pet therapy more than ever before. It is well known that interaction with our furry friends has significant health benefits.
Poets Walk Memory Care continues to closely monitor the status of the Coronavirus, COVID-19, and to take extra precautions to prevent the spread of the illness in each of our communities. Because this virus targets people with weakened immune systems, each Spring Hills community is working diligently to protect the