Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Misconceptions About Assisted Living

Assisted living has been one of the most popular senior housing options today. However, because of the common misconceptions about assisted living, some people are reluctant to move to assisted living facilities or assisted living communities. This article will enumerate and explain the common misconceptions about assisted living.

Here are some of the most common misconceptions about Assisted Living:

Loss of Independence
Loss of Privacy
Separation From Family and Friends
Small Living Spaces
Required Participation In Activities

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Assisted Living OR said...

Hi all,

Assisted living is more of a marketing term referring to a generalized care model then it is a specific form of care delivery. It is an attempt by the industry that offers these services to bring a disparate number of service providers under one umbrella. Thanks for sharing it.......

Assisted Living Union City said...

Great information! Assisted Living is one of the most comprehensive and unbiased directories of senior care options. It benefits seniors who need regular help with daily activities and need nursing home care. Thanks a lot...