Assisted living with private apartments.
Care that supports an independent lifestyle.
Assistance with daily tasks. Companionship at just the right time. Someone you can trust, who brings a smile to your face. Assisted living gives you the freedom and flexibility to enjoy each day and live as independently as possible.
The right help makes all the difference.
When you want the best care in assisted living, count on the qualified professional help you’ll receive at Cypress Village. We collaborate with you to design a plan for your specific needs — including bathing, dressing, grooming, medication management and other activities of daily living. Because we’re a Life Plan Community, you’ll have the advantage of being able to transition seamlessly to other levels of care if needed. An all-inclusive monthly fee covers all care, living and dining costs. Assisted living residents have access to all community services and amenities, including fitness classes, chef-prepared dining, and an on-site 5-Star CMS-rated and JCAHO-accredited health care center. We also offer respite care to give seniors and their caregivers a break from their usual routine. Seniors can receive the personalized care they need while they enjoy the vibrant lifestyle in our community, allowing caregivers the time to rest or take care of other responsibilities. Reservations are required to book a short respite stay. Learn when primary caregivers should use respite care.
Assisted living services and amenities include:
- All-inclusive pricing – one monthly fee covers all care, living and dining costs
- Priority access to on-site 5-star CMS rated and JCAHO accredited healthcare center
- Beautifully appointed, maintenance-free residence
- Restaurant style, chef-prepared meals featuring fresh, delicious cuisine and various dining venues
- Customized care assessment — initial and ongoing
- Indoor heated pool, fitness center and other community amenities
- Scheduled transportation and frequent outings
- Concierge services
- A community-specific television station with interactive programming
- Weekly Housekeeping and flat linen service
- Life Safety pendant alert system
- 24-hour nursing care and emergency pendant system
- Expanded basic cable
- Utilities (except phone and internet)
- Wi-Fi access
- Guest suites available
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Frequently asked questions.
What type of help is typically provided for residents in assisted living?
In an assisted living community, residents get help with some of the basic activities of daily living. These often include assistance with bathing, dressing and grooming, medication management and personal maintenance. The specific assistance provided is determined by a personal services assessment in order to understand needs. The goal of assisted living is to allow residents to enjoy their lives with just the right help while living as independently as possible.
What’s the difference between assisted living and a nursing home?
Assisted living gives you the helping hand you need to keep active, stay engaged, and pursue your passions. You’ll live in a beautifully appointed apartment home and receive assistance with the basic activities of daily living, tailored to your specific needs, such as help with bathing, dressing and grooming, medication management, and personal maintenance. Nursing homes, on the other hand, are for those with chronic medical conditions or disabilities, or those in chronic pain, who require round-the-clock care and supervision by licensed skilled nursing professionals. Wondering how to find the right assisted living community? Check out our blog to learn more.
How is assisted living different from home health care?
A senior or their family may seek out added health care support when the senior requires assistance with activities of daily living, or ADLs. ADLs include bathing, dressing, eating, toileting, medication management and transferring. These are the types of activities that allow a person to live with comfort and dignity. When looking for this kind of support, seniors and families typically decide between two options: home health care and assisted living. Learn about the differences.
How do I prepare a loved one to move to assisted living?
While it affects different people in different ways, it’s normal for your loved one to go through an adjustment period after moving to assisted living. Learn about the six ways you can help a loved one transition and move to assisted living.
When Should Caregivers Use Respite Care?
Though caregiving can be deeply rewarding, it is also undeniably taxing. Even the most dedicated loved ones can benefit from carving out time for their own self-care to avoid caregiver burnout. Caregivers need and deserve breaks from their duties so they can focus on aspects of their lives beyond caring for their loved one. That’s where respite care comes in. Read more about using respite care.