Senior Care Options
When you begin to seek out senior living options, it’s completely normal to feel overwhelmed by the different types of retirement communities out there. To help you get started, we’ve outlined each level of care offered at Longleaf — all of which deliver the highest standard of service, well-being and safety. And of course, we’re always here to walk you through the journey toward finding the appropriate care option for you or a loved one.
Many families consider assisted living when they feel their loved one is in need of a helping hand as they move through their everyday routine. Residents receive assistance with bathing, dressing and grooming, as needed, on their own schedule. Laundry, linen and housekeeping services are also included, so residents are free to enjoy a full calendar of engaging activities and purposeful programming. By getting to know our residents and their families on a personal level, we develop a tailored plan to accommodate each individual’s lifestyle, preferences and needs.
For loved ones with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia, Longleaf at Liberty Park provides a memory care neighborhood designed for unsurpassed peace of mind and safety in a warm, homelike atmosphere. We believe each resident should be treated like family: with dignity, respect and the most innovative memory care programming and technologies available. We work closely with each resident, as well as their family members and healthcare team, to develop a comprehensive care plan to help residents navigate memory loss and embrace life more fully.
If you need temporary care and services for a loved one, you can trust in short-term respite care at Longleaf. During times when caregivers need to travel, tend to business or recover from an injury or illness, our dedicated staff and nursing team will make sure your loved one is welcomed and taken care of, just as if you were there. No matter the reason for their stay, our short-term guests receive around-the-clock personalized assistance to help them gain strength and mobility while in a safe, accessible and compassionate setting.