Northwest Travis, Texas
12001 Longhorn Pkwy
Austin, TX 78732
(512) 382-4664
Longhorn Village opened our doors in 2009. Our Health Center offers a full continuum of care with Assisted Living, 5 Star Skilled nursing, Rehabilitative care, and Memory Care.

Why You Should Be Planning for Your Loved One's Senior Living November 8, 2018

Why You Should Be Planning for Your Loved One's Senior Living, Northwest Travis, Texas

If you take care of an elderly loved one, you likely have the future on your mind. For instance, what will happen if you’re unable to provide the sufficient amount of care for your relative on your own? Because situations can change rapidly, it’s important to think about senior living community placement now. Doing so ensures your family member receives quality elderly care.

Access to Care After an Unexpected Illness or Injury

As a person ages, unexpected illness or injury can take a dramatic toll. For instance, a slip-and-fall accident could lead to broken bones, which in turn requires long-term hospitalization. Chronic illnesses are another concern, as these require a higher level of care than family members can provide. In this case, it’s best to plan now while your loved one is still healthy.

Time to Do Research

senior livingSenior living placement is not something that should be taken lightly. You want to ensure that your family member receives the best care possible, whether that concerns daily meal preparation, help with chores, or addressing significant medical needs. Planning gives you time to find the best care possible at a price you can afford. You can also involve your loved one, so they feel empowered about the future.

Peace of Mind

Perhaps the best reason to establish a senior living plan is the peace of mind it affords. Even if your relative doesn’t require care for some time, deciding now will make the whole process that much easier when the time comes. It will also make the transition into retirement community living that much smoother for both you and your family member.

 

If you’re seeking top-tier senior care in Austin, TX, Longhorn Village is proud to lend their assistance. With an emphasis on encouraging seniors to live independently in a safe and nurturing environment, the highly trained and dedicated staff will build a relationship with your loved one and empower them to engage in physical and social activity. If your relative has more advanced needs, the nursing staff is available 24/7 to take care of them. Residents experiencing memory issues can also receive quality care at Longhorn Village, and short-term placement is also available to help your loved one recover after an illness or surgery. Find out more about the senior living options at Longhorn Village by visiting the website. If you’d like to arrange a visit, call (512) 266-5600.

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