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Assisted Living to Meet Your Needs

Assisted Living communities (also known as Personal Care in Pennsylvania) encourage independence but still provide the help that you may need. We will work with you to develop a personalized care plan so our experienced, trained associates know when to step in and help — or when to let you lead the way. Maybe you need help with mobility or maybe you need help remembering to take your medication. And, of course, our Vibrant Living Director is here to help you live your day to its fullest!

A helping hand getting ready — and a full day to look forward to. Favorite pastimes. Sharing great meals with friends. That’s vibrant assisted living.

In a beautiful residential apartment-home setting, support is delivered with an appreciation for potential, rather than limitations. From services such as maintenance, housekeeping, and scheduled transportation to respectful, personalized help with dressing, bathing, and medication reminders, our highly trained associates learn what each resident needs to maintain their utmost independence.

Stop by the beauty/barber salon or pub. Choose from a full daily schedule of activities from day trips and dances to creative projects and classes. There are fitness programs for all ability levels, wellness checks, and a nurse on site 7 days a week.

It’s the people, the place, the personalized assistance, the peace of mind. All brought together so you can enjoy your most well-rounded day, every day.

Brightview Senior Living has over 30 Assisted Living communities that span across eight states:

 

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Video: A Day in the Life at Brightview Senior Living

Experience a Day in the Life at Brightview Senior Living. We recently connected with a previous Assisted Living resident who now resides in Independent Living to showcase our vibrant senior living communities.

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Assisted Living vs. Nursing Homes

In generations past, the only residential care option for aging adults was a nursing home, otherwise known as a skilled nursing facility. However, these facilities are typically for aging adults who have more serious or extreme medical needs that require ongoing attention. Today, many aging adults don’t need the level of care associated with that of a nursing home. We're here to help breakdown the differences between senior and assisted living vs. nursing homes.

In recent years, a new option has emerged – the senior living community. Brightview Senior Living now has over thirty communities in eight states. These communities offer home-like environments that cater to both healthy aging adults, and those that need some assistance.

A senior living community not only offers a safe and comfortable place to live, but it provides an all-encompassing lifestyle where residents can also connect and socialize with others. In addition, communities may come equipped with amenities, such as a cafe, pub,theater, fitness center, library, beauty salon, community store, and much more.

Assisted living is designed for the senior who wants to live in a private apartment but may need a helping hand with certain daily living activities, such as taking medications, dressing, or bathing. Since each resident needs are unique, tailored assistance is offered to encourage and empower the resident to live as independently as possible. Additional services include maintenance, housekeeping, scheduled transportation, and three meals a day.

Originally, my mother did not want to move. So I can't help but notice that every time I visit, she has a smile on her face. She has made great friends and is doing so much more than if she had stayed at home alone.

Shannon W., Brightview Resident's Family Member