We offer the benefits of retirement communities on a smaller scale.
If you have been searching for a great alternative to traditional retirement communities, you’ll be pleased with what we have to offer at Senior Care Carolinas. Our intimate home environment settings with various locations around the Charlotte, North Carolina area are the ideal answer when you want a more personalized care plan that encourages independence, but still allows assistance as needed. Unlike retirement communities that could have hundreds of residents, our homes have a maximum of 5 or 6 residents each.
While we may have small, home-like environments, none of the aspects of managed care are sacrificed. Our homes have a 24-hour staff to handle all care needs, even those related to dementia and Alzheimer’s patients, which many retirement communities don’t accept. In addition to in-house services such as laundry, meal preparation, medication management, bathing and dressing assistance, and companionship, we also provide transportation for medical and personal appointments.
Retirement communities aren’t the answer for someone who has always enjoyed spending time at home rather than being in a large group. They also aren’t ideal for getting personalized care. If these are situations that concern you for yourself or a loved one, we believe our senior care facilities are the solution. We strive to encourage independence, freedom, and respect for each resident. Contact us today to learn more about how you can achieve the benefits of retirement communities on a smaller scale that might be just what you are looking for. We’ll be happy to schedule a tour and consultation to answer any questions you may have.
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