New Season In Life is your trusted local source for information, advice and guidance about Senior Housing, Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, In-Home Care and Senior Support Services.
We are committed to helping seniors and their families find the most appropriate senior living community for their unique needs.
We do this by meeting with each client personally to gain a full understanding of their needs, physical, cognitive, financial, and emotional. Based on this information we provide each client with information about Senior Living Communities that match each person’s individual needs.
With over 30 years’ experience working in Senior Living Communities New Season In Life understands that each community has it’s own culture and personality. We connect you with senior communities that are personally matched to your needs and living preferences.
Liz Cornish is a Physical Therapist with more than 30 years’ experience working in Senior Living Communities throughout Connecticut. She continues to work as a home care Physical Therapist in the Farmington Valley.
Liz’s extensive experience and knowledge of area resources makes her an invaluable asset for seniors and their families looking for guidance in the best care as they age. She understands the numerous and varied challenges that arise when seniors need help during the aging process.
Redefining Senior Care
A relatively new concept 25 years ago, today assisted living is the fastest growing long-term care option for seniors. Assisted living facilities, with their wide range of services, provide a senior housing solution for adults who can live independently, but also require some assistance. For many seniors, assisted living provides just the level of care they need to flourish and triumph in their new season in life. After all, the golden years should be enjoyable-and assisted living has more options than ever before.
Facts about Assisted Living
• Number of U.S. assisted living communities: 31,100
• Number of apartments: 475,500
• Number of residents: 735,000
• Average length of stay: 36 months
• Percentage of residents that receive help with three or more activities of daily living: 40%
Source: National Center for Assisted Living
Assisted Living Costs
Assisted living costs vary, depending on the following factors:
• Type of residence
• Size of apartment (studio, one or two-bedroom apartment)
• Types of services needed
• Geographical location of the community
THERE IS NO COST TO YOU FOR OUR SERVICES
At New Season In Life, our primary goal is to help you and your loved one find the best care available. We are compensated by our care partners with whom we work. Please know that we will always present you with all of the most appropriate care options whether we have a relationship with that provider or not.
Services Offered in Assisted Living
If you’ve seen one assisted living community, you’ve seen one assisted living community. Each Assisted Living Community has it’s own culture and regulations about what care is provided. For example, some assisted living facilities are attached to, or share a campus with, a skilled nursing facility. This means these types of communities can provide more advanced medical care. But, in general, assisted living communities provide basic medical monitoring as well as daily activities and care. Activities of daily living (ADLs) include dressing, eating, mobility, hygiene, bathing, toileting, using the telephone and shopping.
Here are some of the basic services offered in assisted living:
• 24-hour supervision and security
• Daily meals
• Basic housekeeping
• Health and exercise programs
• Social programs
• Access to medical services
Helping You Find the Perfect Senior Living Community
Whether you are looking for Assisted Living, Independent Living, Nursing Home, Memory Care or In-Home Care Services, the search to find the “perfect fit” home or care services for your loved one has never been easier.
Our team of experienced, compassionate local senior living advisers will help you explore and understand the most appropriate senior living, senior care and in-home care options.
Transitions are rarely easy, however, the vast array of resources and knowledge gained through working directly in the community allows us to personally guide you through the maze of available senior housing and care options and offer suggestions and recommendations on how to make the transition as smooth as possible and to provide detailed information specific to your situation.
Let Us Help You!
We will guide you through the maze of senior care options professionally and courteously – and always free of charge.