When your loved one has reached a point where they can no longer live independently without a little help, it’s tough deciding which housing option is best for them.
In most cases, family members of aging adults opt for in-home care because it provides the most comfortable solution for the senior.
If you’re wondering whether or not in-home senior care is the best option for your loved one, continue reading the information below. We’ll, address the most common concerns about in-home care, assisted living, and more.
What Is In-Home Care?
When most people think about in-home care, they picture a nurse that comes into their private residence to help take care of them. While an in-home nurse is an option that some families choose, it’s not the same in-home care that we provide.
Baxter Senior living offers the ultimate care for our residents by giving them the best of both worlds. The seniors that reside in our community have the flexibility of living independently, while also having the help and assistance of our caretakers.
We are an assisted living facility that provides in-home care services in a comfortable, social environment.
Baxter Senior Living Benefits
If you’re wondering if your loved one would enjoy living at Baxter, we can say with confidence that they would! Our senior living facility has everything that a maturing adult needs to thrive.
We offer spacious apartment unit floor plans that are much larger than many other assisted living homes. Our floor plans include the following:
- Studio: 330-364 sq ft
- One-Bedroom Apartment: 553-606 sq ft
- Two-Bedroom Apartment:1042 sq ft
Your family member will love our cozy units. They have the look and the amenities of standard apartment homes. Plus, Wi-Fi, cable, and electricity are included.
Below are the additional amenities that Baxter Senior Living has to offer:
- Cafe and bar
- Movie theater
- Physical therapy
- Quiet room
- Craft table
- Full-service nail and hair salon
- Gathering spaces for social events
- Barbecue pavilion
- Dog park
- Workout facility
As you can see from the list above, our in-home care services have more to offer than what in-home nurses provide.
Does Your Loved One Need Additional Care Services?
If your family member requires additional attention, we offer high acuity care services. In our high acuity section of our facility, we accommodate residents by providing open living spaces with our private studios and shared companion suites.
Residents who receive high acuity in-home care receive 24/7 personal assistance and monitoring. Also, you have the option to add Assisted Living Plus, which is a personalized care plan that caters to your loved one’s specific needs. It consists of all-inclusive amenities and services.
Our high acuity for plans include:
Private studio: 360 sq ft
(Private bedroom, bathroom, and kitchenette)
Shared companion suites: Two private bedrooms: 175sq ft or 205 sq ft
(Shared space with a conjoined entryway, kitchenette, and bathroom)
We understand that some older adults need additional assistance, and our staff members will be right here to take care of your loved one.
In addition to our high acuity services, we also provide memory care services for our residents. For those that have Alzheimer’s or Dementia, we take extra care in providing for them.
Baxter Senior Living memory care includes the following:
- 24-hour staff
- Staff members trained to help dementia patients
- Short-term respite accommodation
- Customized care plans
Memory care amenities:
- Assistance with walking
- Bathing and toileting
- Laundry & housekeeping
- Management of diabetes
- Transfer Between a Bed to wheelchair or toilet
- Managing chronic conditions
- Daily wellness checks
Memory Care floor plans consist of:
Private Studio: 360 sq. ft.
Shared Companion Suite:595 sq. ft. 215 sq ft
Shared space (conjoined entry, kitchen, bathroom) Two units (small 175 sq. ft. and larger 205 sq. ft.)
Is a Senior Living Facility Right for Your Loved One?
As you can see from the information above, we have everything your family member would need to live comfortably. Not only do we cater to senior citizens who are able to live independently, but we also provide support for those who cannot.
If you are experiencing caretaker burnout and can no longer properly support your family member, we can help. Transitioning someone you love from their home into a senior community is a tough choice.
However, it’s best to make the right decision for the overall well-being of your family member. Our home care services are just the right mix between independent living and caretaking. When there’s no one to look after your loved one properly, you can rely on us.
Another huge perk of allowing your family member to live in our senior community is a social environment