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November 12, 2019
Life Care Services Ranked Highest in Customer Satisfaction in J.D. Power 2019 U.S. Senior Living StudyOur management company, Life Care Services®, An LCS® Company, was ranked highest in Customer Satisfaction among Senior Living Communities in the J.D. Power study. This award demonstrates that residents and their families are receiving the care and ...
July 10, 2019
Why Do I Feel Guilty About Mom’s New Senior Community?It’s normal to have mixed emotions when you move your mom out of the family home. You know that you made the best decision for mom’s well-being. However, many caregivers experience moments of guilt. If the following thoughts sound familiar, use t...
May 7, 2019
Common Worries About Your Parent Moving to Senior LivingOften, moving your parent to a senior living community is as emotional for you as it is for your loved one. However, you don’t have to let worries and fears get in the way. Read through these common concerns and refocus on the benefits of giving yo...
How to Talk to Your Senior Parent About DrivingThe most important thing when it comes to talking with your parent about driving is to make sure he or she feels involved in the conversation. Driving isn’t just about getting from one point to another. For many seniors, it is an essential part of ...
“Mom loves her apartment. It’s nicely painted and carpeted, and the size is perfect for her. She has a living room area with a full-size couch and chairs, so she can entertain guests. I visit a couple of times a week, and my husband swings by on other days. My son stops by every few weeks, too. Mom has her own space that looks and feels like home. Every time I’m there, she just seems contented. ”
“The minute I entered the community I liked what I saw, but it didn’t stop there. I’ve visited other communities where the furniture was lovely in the main areas and when you proceeded down the hallways, it was a different scenario. But as we continued to look around at Monticello West, I thought: This is pleasant! ”
“The staff is caring and genuine. From the beginning, we didn’t feel like we were being processed, date-stamped and handed off to the next person. The community must have an exceptional hiring process, because I have yet to find someone there who isn’t qualified, doesn’t respect me or that I don’t enjoy. The caregivers are polite, and perhaps most important, I trust them.”