It’s A Pleasure Caring For Your Senior Loved One At Whispering Creek

Improvements in health care mean that people are living longer. Further, seniors are in relatively good health well into their seventies. Many are opting to live in active retirement communities. These communities are for people who are not ready for assisted living, or a nursing home. Independent living facilities allow retirees to live alone, with limited assistance.

These homes are for people who are 55 or older. The communities include an array of house types, including apartments and town-homes. These facilities are operated by people who are in the business of Caring for Your Senior Loved One. Whispering Creek Active Retirement Community is perfect for retirees who want to live a full life. Apartments range in size from 824 to 1400 square feet. The apartments have spacious rooms, large windows and all appliances. Utilities are included in the rent for all apartments at Whispering Creek. Other features include:

* full kitchen with refrigerator/freezer, stove/oven, microwave and pantry
* large walk-in closets
* television, telephone and internet hook-ups
* window treatments
* washer and dryer

Residents have restaurant-style dining, a bar and lounge and ice-cream parlor. Bi-weekly housekeeping services are available for residents who need it. There are planned activities, events and outings. Best of all, active living residents have priority when they are ready to enter Whispering Creek’s assisted living facility. Assisted living apartments range in size from 579 to 943 square feet. The apartments feature:

* kitchenettes with full size refrigerator/freezer
* large walk in closets
* large bathrooms with grab bars, walk-in showers and large linen closets
* television, telephone and internet hook-ups

The facility also has a section for Memory and Alzheimer’s Care. Patients have 24-hour a day assistance. Caregivers help with daily activities like bathing, dressing, grooming, eating and managing medication. Whispering Creek has a high staff to patient ratio, and Caring for Your Senior Loved One is top priority. Caregivers are trained to encourage the residents to try games, music or crafts. Many people get depressed when they retire. This facility’s goal is to show residents that life does not end at retirement. Residents are encouraged to make new friends, and live a full, healthy life.

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