Absolutely! Once a resident has made Willow Park their new home, we do everything we can to make your loved one’s stay as stress-free as possible. Our Bridges program allows residents to seamlessly transition lifestyle options as their required level of care begins to change. We maintain close communication with each resident’s family members, creating an ongoing conversation about any changes to their loved one’s care plan or healthcare needs. Whether it’s from respite care to independent living, or assisted living to memory care, our Age-in-Place model ensures we are committed to meeting your loved one’s evolving needs.
Our senior care professionals at Willow Park are happy to work with you in determining which care plan is most beneficial for you or your elderly loved one. Through our full suite of senior care services and our Tailored Preferences approach, our caretakers will ensure that each individual’s unique needs, preferences, and desired levels of independence are all met with compassion and dignity. To learn which of our options is most suitable for you, contact one of our senior advisors today!
The health and safety of our residents is our number one priority at Willow Park. We provide a 24-hour emergency call system, a 24-hour awake staff, and residential safety features such as walk-in showers. You can rest assured knowing that your loved one will feel safe and at home while living at Willow Park, as we strive to provide appropriate levels of independence while still ensuring safety and security.
We understand that answering this question is not easy or comfortable. Willow Park is prepared to provide you with all the resources you need to help you determine what is best for your family. While there is no one reason to choose assisted living for your loved one, several important questions to consider are:
- Are they isolated or lonely?
- Do they need help preparing meals, or being reminded to eat?
- Are they staying adequately hydrated, or do they need to be reminded to drink enough water?
- Do they have mobility issues that put them at greater risk of a fall?
- Do they need help bathing or dressing?
- Have they been recently hospitalized or are you noticing any unexplained bruises or injuries, indicating recent falls?
- Do they remember to take their prescribed medication?
These are just a few of the questions that should be considered when making this important decision. Our senior care staff would be more than happy to meet with you to further discuss what options might be best for your family. Schedule a tour today!