Assisted Living in Holladay, Utah
Sometimes you just need a little extra help. With our assisted living in Salt Lake City, Ut, caregivers are available 24/7 to help with medication management, aid with daily tasks, and provide a listening ear. Our professional staff cares for each resident while allowing individuals to maintain their independence.
We believe it’s extremely important to be kind and respectful in all we do. At Spring Gardens Senior Living near Salt Lake City, Utah, we seek to help each resident feel at home and connected.
What is assisted living?
Assisted living is one step away from independent living. It provides help with cooking, daily house chores, personal care services, and health care, such as regular health checks and reminders to take medication. It is designed for individuals who need assistance with normal daily activities in a way that promotes ultimate independence.
The main component of our assisted living, in Salt Lake City, Utah is to help with activities of daily living or ADL’s. This can mean anything from getting dressed to daily incontinence care. A little assistance goes a long way.
There are few main differences between assisted living and memory care. Memory better suits adults with progressive cognitive impairments such as Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, and other memory problems.
If an adult is independent when they move in, but needs more care as they age, that assistance is available on-site and can be quickly arranged. Our highly trained and caring staff members will help determine when is the appropriate time to move your loved one to memory care.
What are the benefits of assisted living?
Community living cuts out the boredom. After retirement, seniors may be overwhelmed by an excessive amount of free time. This spare time can be used to pursue passions or pick up new hobbies through intellectually stimulating programs and activities. These activities are shown to lower the risk of long-term cognitive decline.
Assisted living communities offer many activities that appeal to everyone:
- Arts and crafts
- Daily activity programs
- Shopping trips and scenic drives
- Hair salon and barbershop
- Retro 1950’s ice cream parlor
- Movie night in an in-house theater
- Game lounge
- Cozy library lounge
- Putting green
No More Loneliness. Assisted living residents are less likely to feel lonely when they spend time with friends and peers. Loneliness can be detrimental to minds and bodies. Our assisted living community in Salt Lake offers social outlets for all personalities. Your loved one will be sure to find a kindred spirit.
Safety. Rest assured that your loved one is safe and secure in a kind environment. Keeping seniors safe from falls is a priority for our assisted living communities. Our accommodation is designed for accessibility and mobility. Ramps, hallway handrails, raised toilets and bathroom grab bars all reduce the likelihood of an accident.
Elderly people are often targets for break-ins and scams. Our communities utilize security companies and are equipped with alarm systems to provide peace of mind.
All of our communities have disaster plans and prepared staff, in the case of an emergency. Seniors do not need to worry about checking smoke detectors, installing carbon monoxide alarms, and replacing fire extinguishers. Our staff provides assistance and comfort in all alarming situations.
No need to worry about struggling alone or trying to contact for help during a medical emergency. Emergency call buttons to notify staff are in all apartments in case of falls or injuries.
Dining Services. Your aging loved one has specific nutritional needs. Living at home and having to prepare healthy, balanced meals puts a lot of pressure on seniors and their family members.
With assisted living near Salt Lake City, our gourmet restaurant-style dining services are provided and available all day long. Our chefs produce healthy meals, full of flavor and nutrition to save seniors and their families from the stress of having to provide for specialized diets.
How does one pay for assisted living in Utah?
The national average cost in 2018 was $4,000 per month or $133 per day. Most families cover the cost of assisted living using private funds and/or a combination of savings, pension, Social Security benefits, and retirement accounts. However, there are some government programs and financial tools that can offer help paying for assisted living.
When is it time for assisted living?
A major sign that you should consider assisted living is if you or the caregiver is becoming burned out and frustrated with the amount of care required. One of the determining factors for whether assisted living is necessary is considering a person’s ability to complete activities of daily living. The main ADLs include:
- Personal hygiene and grooming
- Getting dressed and undressed
- Continence-related duties, including control and hygiene
- Preparing food and feeding
If you or your loved one struggles with one or more activities of daily living, it may be a sign to begin the process of assisted living. Please don’t hesitate to contact us or schedule a tour.