If you or a loved one is considering the benefits of senior living to help create a high quality of life, there are several features to consider.
Most individuals prioritize a place that will support their independence and enhance their desired lifestyle.
However, another element can influence the decision of choosing where to live. Some older adults put off moving into an independent living community because they worry they may need assisted living services in a few years. And no one wants to move twice.
Independent living vs. traditional assisted living services
The appeal of an independent living community after retirement is understandable because of the active yet maintenance-free lifestyle. Leaving behind expenses and the exhaustion of homeownership can be tempting, especially in exchange for an accessible and age-friendly residence. Although there is access to a community’s activities and amenities, no healthcare or personal services are typically offered.
Assisted living communities offer accessible residences, activities and social events but are often chosen for the helpful services they provide to residents who need assistance with daily tasks. Whether living at home or in an independent living community, moving to an assisted living community to obtain these services is usually required.
Assisted living as a service at Bruceville Point
While older adults can need help with daily activities such as meal preparation, medication management and personal care, we believe the residents at Bruceville Point are searching for more than just a support system – they also desire independence, social engagement and overall well-being.
That is why Bruceville Point sets itself apart from other communities in its design, amenities and methods. A visit to our community will quickly differentiate our approach to assisted living as a service – and not as a place.
We are licensed to provide assisted living services but avoid the labels of independent or assisted living and instead focus on the lifestyle our residents define and desire. If a helping hand becomes needed, their lives continue without disruption because we discreetly bring the services to them in the privacy of their apartments. Daily routines and social circles are kept intact and, in most cases, there’s no need to move from their current apartment.
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Bruceville Point assists in longer term planning
Many older adults don’t want to move into an assisted living community because they view it as a place of decline. But what happens if they need help with daily tasks someday? In a traditional independent living community, they would need to move.
That is why we created a place that supports our residents in living their best lives while remaining as independent as possible. From the spacious and beautiful apartment homes to the opportunities to meet and make new friends, it’s easy to enjoy all the activities and social outings while appreciating the familiar faces of the staff. No one wants to move again. And it’s not needed because Bruceville Point delivers assisted living as a service.
Having this longer-term care plan in place also relieves stress from the family. They know that once their loved ones are settled into their new home, the staff can layer on the services needed while their parent is reassured they won’t have to leave behind the life they’ve created.
Additional benefits of living at Bruceville Point
Of course, there are many other benefits when Bruceville Point becomes home. The following are a few of the advantages waiting:
Empowering residents: We encourage residents to take an active role in shaping their community. From participating in daily activities to providing input on programming, we value and prioritize their voices and choices.
Celebrating individuality: Each resident brings unique experiences, interests and perspectives to our community. We celebrate this diversity, offering personalized care plans and a wide variety of choices and options to cater to various interests.
Fostering lifelong learning: Learning doesn’t stop at a certain age. We offer educational programs, workshops and lectures to promote our residents’ desire to remain informed, sharp and engaged.
Respecting the resident’s choices: From their apartment layout to the three different dining venues to the wide variety of activities and wellness programs, we prioritize the individual’s choice.
Promoting resident independence: While we provide support when needed, we also encourage our residents to maintain their independence, empowering them to live on their own terms.
At Bruceville Point, we strive to create an environment that enriches the lives of our residents. We have designed a space where everyone thrives, connects and contributes to a community that is truly shaped by its members. We invite your family to explore the possibilities with us and discover a new way of living a fulfilled life.
Discover Life at Tenfold’s Bruceville Point
We created Bruceville Point to support our residents to live their best lives possible. Our community’s design, residences, activities and amenities are all focused on helping to connect, engage and create an enriched life.
If you’re searching for senior living that is different from the rest, we hope you will consider Tenfold’s Bruceville Point. We invite you to download our complimentary guide Staying Home vs. Senior Living. Contact us to speak to an advisor, or schedule your tour of Bruceville Point today to experience senior living and our community for yourself.