Watching your loved ones grow old is not always easy. You may take great care of them and see to their every need. But if your loved one suffers from dementia; the toll may be too great to bear at some point. Dementia is a very difficult disease and the emotional and physical toll it takes on caregivers is well documented. The day may come when you make the decision to transition your loved one to a facility for care. With Colorado Assisted Living, great care is taken with your loved ones.

When it’s time to move your loved one to assisted living

You might start to notice the little things first. Maybe your loved one forgot to lock the front door or take their medicine. Or maybe it was something more serious such as forgetting to turn the stove off after cooking or perhaps wandering off and getting lost. It is time to move your loved one to assisted living when it becomes too much for you to handle and keep your family member safe. When you come to this realization it’s important to remember that you do have options.

What we offer at Colorado Assisted Living

At Colorado Assisted Living, we start by offering several convenient locations. We have facilities in both Centennial and Littleton. Our homes are beautiful and in these quiet neighborhoods and we offer great amenities.

We offer our residents personal care. We offer home cooked meals, assistance with medicine disbursement, personal care and hair styling. Residents can also take advantage of planned fun activities and exercise sessions.

So that your loved one does not have to worry or struggle, we also offer laundry services, incontinence supplies discreetly provided, housekeeping and laundry services, meals, snacks and hydration services. We will make sure your loved one is well taken care of while a resident at Colorado Assisted Living.

Residents have a choice of a private or semi-private room. We want our residents to be comfortable! In addition, we can offer individual activities if that is more comfortable for your loved one.

Our Staff

All of our staff members are trained. We will treat your loved one with respect and dignity. A nurse is on call 24 hours a day. We offer detailed care planning and will give you regular updates. For those residents who may need it, we offer individual support and guidance to ensure their safety. And for those that already live locally, we can offer you move in assistance.

Final thoughts

Watching a loved one grow old is hard, a loved one with dementia is even harder. Even though you may be taking the best care of them, it can be difficult. Dementia is a condition that needs to be closely monitored. At Colorado assisted Living, we can help you by taking excellent care of your loved one for you. When it is time to transition your loved one with dementia to a care facility, Colorado Assisted Living is there for both of you.