Wide-ranging options are here for seniors who desire
independent communities or assisted living facilities
When considering a nursing home or assisted care,
there may be no better place to live the golden
years than Port St. Lucie. The elderly and their
loved ones have a variety of choices when it
comes time to make the move to a senior facility, whether
living here now or interested in relocating to this pleasant
Seniors who no longer want home maintenance responsibilities
may move to independent living communities, planning
to transition to an adjacent ALF (assisted living facility)
when necessary. Others already need more help. Secure
memory care is designed for dementia patients; skilled nursing
facilities offer hour medical care.
If possible, discuss options ahead of need and gather information.
$n entire industry has arisen to help find a good “fit”
for seniors. Family members involved in decision-making are
encouraged to focus on the tastes and current needs of their
loved ones. A pro-active approach provides opportunities to
ask Tuestions, “read the fine print,” and weigh factors such as
pricing and proximity.
You can start online. Even if you plan to engage the free
services of companies like Oasis Senior Living or A Place for >>
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THE BRENNITY AT TRADITION
Clare Stege, an independent villa resident at The Brennity at Tradition, enjoys the facility’s Spring Art Fair, one of many activities offered.
BY ELLEN GILLETTE