Assisted living with personalized, quality care.
Assisted living is the ideal solution for older adults who need extra help with activities of daily living, or ADLs. Residents receive personalized assistance with everything from dressing and personal grooming to laundry and housekeeping, allowing them to maintain as much of their dignity and independence as possible.
At The Argyle, we believe in the transformative power of human connection. Our staff goes above and beyond the standard duty of care by spending quality time with residents as they enjoy engaging activities, fun entertainment, and a long chat about life.
Individualized Care Plans
Every person is unique, and that’s why all care plans are individually customized. We strive to bring happiness to every resident at The Argyle while allowing residents to maintain the independence they desire. We accomplish this exceptional level of care by working together in important ways:
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Assisted Living Options at The Argyle
Whether you’re searching for a safe community with new friends or a more hands-on care service, The Argyle has a place for you.
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Assisted Living Amenities & Services
Each room is equipped with the amenities needed to feel comfortable and safe in your new home, like private bathrooms with sit-down showers and personal alert systems in case of emergencies. We also encourage residents to enjoy our other onsite amenities.
What are ‘Activities of Daily Living’ in assisted living?
When speaking with assisted living facilities you will likely be asked about the future resident’s ability to perform Activities of Daily Living, or ADLs. These are key life tasks that adults must perform to live independently at home. The level of assistance needed to perform these activities varies by person, which is why it’s so important to complete a comprehensive assessment of skills and abilities.
While the level of care that’s needed varies, one factor remains constant: The Argyle’s empathetic staff works hard to make every resident feel confident about what they can do, not limited by what they can’t. Having this information helps us determine how much assistance and supervision you or your loved one may need.
Common examples of ADLs include: