If you have to be reactive rather than proactive in your search for an independent or assisted living facility, you may not be as satisfied with the results for yourself or your loved one. There are many benefits to making your future care plans now rather than waiting for a serious health issue to force a quick decision.
Senior care factors to be proactive about
- Know your preferences: Discuss your wishes for senior living and long-term care with your family members.
- Consider your options: Know what retirement options are available to you and the involved costs with the lifestyle you desire.
- Understand Medicare: Make sure you have a working knowledge of what Medicare covers with the understanding that long-term care is not covered.
Not having a plan in place for your senior years can lead to mental and emotional stress and arguments with family members. This can lead to poor decision-making and increased costs due to limited space available at in-demand retirement communities.
Life at one of the Kingston Healthcare independent and assisted living communities can be the next best thing to living in your own home. Your life here is based on the premise you should be able to make the most of your time. Residents are encouraged to spend time pursuing activities they enjoy, whether that means visiting friends, taking part in hobbies or simply enjoying quiet time.
The personality of a retirement community varies from place to place, so planning ahead gives you the opportunity to schedule a tour of a Kingston Healthcare facility to see how we fit into your future living situation.