Many seniors who’ve assisted an aging parent with the activities of daily living — getting dressed, bathing, meals, transportation, housekeeping or grooming — don’t want their families to experience what they did. For them, Trillium Woods Assistance In Living offers assurance for the future and peace of mind.
“Trillium Woods is a perfect solution to a prevalent perplexing predicament an aging population is forced to examine. Where are we going when we can no longer live alone?”
— Barbie and Tony Andreason, residents
Should you ever need it, our Assistance In Living helps older adults enjoy lives of purpose by providing needed support right in your independent living home. In addition to all Trillium Woods services and amenities that are available to you, the Assistance In Living program provides the following services based on your need:
- Getting dressed
- Hair care
- Eating assistance
- Medication management
The most important service we provide is helping you maximize your independence so you can stay in the comfort of your own home.
Assistance In Living frequently asked questions
The Assistance In Living program provides a distinct combination of individualized care and professional expertise right in your own home. You’re assured ongoing wellness evaluations and levels of service that address your specific needs. Licensed, compassionate team members assist with daily tasks as needed to help you more easily enjoy what matters most to you.
It’s best to start with a physician’s assessment. Depending on the circumstances of your situation, or that of your loved one, they can help you match your needs to the right level of assistance. When help with daily tasks is needed — taking medicines, bathing, dressing, meals, transportation and housekeeping — Trillium Woods Assistance In Living can be the answer. Trained professionals provide support while helping preserve your independence.
At Trillium Woods, we offer a full continuum of on-site care. In addition to Assistance In Living, we provide memory care, rehabilitation and skilled nursing. These levels of living provide around-the-clock care for individuals recovering from illness or injury, or those needing more long-term care or support.
To learn more about our Assistance In Living program for yourself or a loved one, complete this form.