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How Do Assisted Living Homes Improve Seniors' Quality of Life? October 4, 2017

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How Do Assisted Living Homes Improve Seniors' Quality of Life?, Biron, Wisconsin

If you are caring for a loved one and are concerned about their quality of life, consider the benefits of an assisted living home. A safe, comfortable, and fully staffed environment can help relieve stress on your family and make sure your parent is healthy and happy. Learn more about how senior living facilities improve short- and long-term outcomes in elderly patients below. 

A Guide to Assisted Living

Benefits & Quality of Life 

Whether your loved one needs senior living to keep them social or a memory care home focused on dementia, their assisted living center can provide them with everything from prescriptions and medical care to hot, delicious meals. In addition, many facilities offer stimulating physical and mental activities, transportation, beauty services, rehabilitation, and physical therapy. Assisted living improves quality of life because it quickly and efficiently delivers resources to lonely, ill, or forgetful seniors.

Wisconsin-Rapids-Assisted-LivingWhen they are ready to retire for the evening, they can make their way to their comfortable and fully furnished room or suite, monitored by a 24-hour nursing staff. Residents of assisted living facilities and nursing homes report that an abundance of friends and caretakers makes them feel acknowledged, loved, and appreciated.

How to Find an Assisted Living 

There are a variety of senior living options available to your parent. Many assisted living campuses include the necessary nutrition and medical services required while giving them the independence and comfortable living they deserve. Other nursing homes have extra services like secure facilities for the safety of dementia patients, while some have multiple residences on the same site. This allows seniors to seamlessly transition to different levels of care. 

To get started, ask friends and family for recommendations or search the Internet for assisted living facilities in your area. Make an appointment to walk the grounds of a few different places to see if they provide the full spectrum of services your loved one needs. If you are unsure about the services you desire, a senior living professional, doctor, or social worker can help guide you. 


Find an assisted living facility that can provide the best quality of life. Not-for-profit Wellington Place at Biron in Wisconsin Rapids, WI, can help you and your family find the ideal situation. To explore assisted living options with their experts, call (715) 423-5600. For information about their services and assisted living amenities, visit them online

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