Quality of Life is Good, but This is Better

Author: Stacy's Helping Hand |


The phrase “quality of life” is everywhere these days. Like a box delivered to your doorstep, a good quality of life is something you can buy and own. It’s in mission statements and brochures. Through overuse, the phrase lost meaning. Quality of Life is just words.

As the demographics of our country transforms and more of us enter Assisted Living communities, the communities evolve too. People still want a good quality of life, but our team at Stacys Helping Hand knows that there is more to it than that.

Individualized understanding

At every stage of life, we want to do the things we want to do, connect with other people and laugh together. After entering Assisted Living, these wonderful experiences shouldn’t just stop. Assisted Living facilities can help foster a new life for their residents. This happens when facility caregivers take the time to know residents, listen to their stories and understand what they want out of life. They need to know your loved one’s history, philosophies and faith to provide them the best care.

The Assisted Living facility that is the best fit for your loved one will have caregivers whose personalities match up well and a culture that meets your loved one’s needs. But, the challenge is that it’s hard for the facilities. It’s hard to find the right caregivers and keep them. And, it’s hard for families to know all the ins and outs and discern which facilities will be the best fit for their loved one on their own. To best manage a transition to Assisted Living Denver, we recommend that you get help from one of our senior transition specialists. Because, we know this process can be very overwhelming and stressful, but with our help it doesn’t have to be and shouldn’t be.

Loved ones feel new sense of dignity

There is no doubt that moving, in any context, is stressful. The transition to Assisted Living is especially difficult on the whole family. But, after some adjustment, loved ones often feel revived with a new sense of individual dignity and family caregivers feel relief.

If you want to know which place has caregivers that will offer a hug, or will get your loved one dancing, then there is no replacement for experience in the industry. That’s why we specialize in transitions to Assisted Living. We are in constant communication with more than 300 of the Assisted Living facilities in the Denver Metro area. We take the time with a one-on-one personal assessment to get to know your loved one’s unique needs and insure that you make the right decision the first time.

If you need to get answers to your questions and want help with the next steps, Contact Us or Call our team at Stacys Helping Hand at 720-248-7758 .