Why Senior Living Is Still Important
No matter what is happening in the world around us – including current developments in public health – the need for senior living doesn’t go away. We’re following all appropriate guidelines from public health officials here at Carnegie Village – part of our commitment to make our community a place where seniors are happier and more fulfilled every day. That means more peace of mind for the whole family.
What We Offer
Carnegie Village Senior Living Community offers a full continuum of care. What does that mean? It means that no matter what level of attention you or your loved one needs – if any – we can provide it, all on-site. Here’s a quick rundown of what we offer – and how it can help your family feel more secure, even in uncertain times:
- Independent Living. This is the choice for seniors who can still safely live on their own without any outside assistance. So why choose a senior living community before it becomes a need? Peace of mind. Not only will you live in the company of many friends, but each resident enjoys assured priority access to higher levels of care. You won’t have to worry about finding care if you need it.
- Assisted Living. If you or your loved one regularly requires in-home help with the essential activities of daily living, it makes a lot of sense to move to a community. Here, caregivers are always available – and you can trust that they’re not visiting other homes.
- Memory Care. Courtyard Memory Care at Carnegie Village Senior Living is focused on the comfort of each senior we serve – and thanks to the Thrive program, we are able to create a personalized holistic care environment that seeks to foster a sense of true fulfillment in each memory care resident.
- Rehabilitation and Extended Stay. With qualified clinicians and caregivers available around the clock, you can rely on our care when recovering from an illness or injury – or for long-term nursing care.
Our residents are our main priority – that’s why we’re keeping track of events in public health, listening to recommendations from the CDC and other government agencies, and following an action plan based on real evidence. In each level of care, we’ve implemented stringent sanitation, screening and social distancing guidelines – and we’ll continue to monitor the situation and make changes as needed.
Reach Out. Get Answers.
No matter what kind of care you or your loved one need, we’re here to support your family. If you’re interested in what we offer (or want some answers to your biggest questions), please reach out to us.