Senior care facilities are for people who are 65 or older and have chronic illness, disability, or are frail. The main goal of the facility is to provide the individual with needed care and services to maintain their highest possible level of independence.
Senior living facilities provide a variety of services that help seniors remain as independent as possible for as long as possible. They provide rehabilitation therapy, dietary services, occupational therapy, physical therapy and more to help seniors live full, healthy lives.
Senior care also provide some level of personal care such as bathing, dressing and removing waste from soiled clothing. Elderly residents may require help with daily living activities such as taking medication, cooking and cleaning.
Manchester Care Homes and Cambridge Caregivers are following the CDC guidelines and keeping up with changes on a daily basis. Their goal is to keep the residents and staff healthy by asking them to limit their exposure, respect social distance requirements, sanitize hands frequently and continually wipe down surfaces, particularly heavy traffic areas. Their Director of Nursing is providing updated education and information daily to their caregivers.