Assisted Living and Memory Care Admissions
Marketing in Senior Living takes experience, dedication, and a love for our wonderful senior population to walk with families on what can be an emotional journey. The process of placing a loved one in a safe, caring environment can be unfamiliar and overwhelming. There are not many books written on the subject, and if there were, who has time to read when the urge strikes. Having a liaison to help decipher the State required forms, the Medicaid Long Term Care process, VA connections, and many others scenarios that may come up is vital.
Independent Living Admissions
Many seniors choose to scale down and simplify their lives while they are spry and fit. They often realize, by watching friends, that it may be wise to stop cleaning gutters and climbing the attic stairs at a certain age. Downsizing does not mean giving up places or things. It can simply mean letting go of unnecessary stress and clutter that weigh you down. Knowing your options can make the decision less daunting and possibly exciting. Begin online searches for communities nearby. Keeping familiarities such as doctors, pharmacies, and houses of worship can relieve some of the anxiety. Talk the move over with friends and family who support your decision and will help in the process. You may soon find yourself looking forward to the next chapter.
We have cataloged some of the great questions that come up during tours of our Villas at The Cove, but a familiar favorite is “what am I going to do if I don’t have to cut the grass? Or paint the trim? Or pressure wash the drive?” It is often the wife or the kids who will reply, “live longer? And healthier!” Swimming, exercise classes, Cooking in the Clubhouse, Euchre, Wii Bowling are just a few things you can add to your new “To Do” list at The Cove.
A good facility will take care of your loved ones. A great facility will do that AND be part of your family.
Marketing, Move-In Coordinator, Admissions, the position comes under many titles, but the mission is the same. Walking families through the process of placing loved ones with medical needs, establishing new social environments, downsizing from a large home, or starting a new Wii Bowling group, we’ve got your back. If, in the process, you make new friends, it’s a plus.
For questions about Admissions, Assisted Living, Memory Care, or Independent Senior Living, please contact us using the form on our Contact Us page, or give us a call at (352) 742-7111