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Transitioning into Independent & Assisted Living: Everything You Need to Know

Has your mother or father decided to make the move to an independent or assisted living community? At StoryPoint we make sure you have everything that you’ll need to know to make the transition into their new home.

How to Choose the Right Community

When looking for an independent or assisted community, make a list of important features. Look at numerous communities and choose a few of their favorites to take a tour. Keep a record of which communities have the features your loved one is looking for. Features to include on their list include, but are not limited to:
  • Closeness to family
  • Level of care
  • Community events and involvement
  • Decadent meals and more!

Helpful Moving Tips

Once they’ve found your favorite community, it’s time to prepare for your senior’s move. When moving to an independent or assisted living community, it is important to downsize. While he or she can still bring keepsakes from home, try to keep the space in mind. Anything they can’t bring can always be given to a loved one or donated to charity.

Make New Friends By Getting Involved

We know that moving into a new home can be scary. Help ease the transition by getting involved. Independent and assisted living communities offer tons of events and outings to help you meet other residents and make new friends. Check out their community’s event schedule and choose a few activities that they will find interesting.

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Choose StoryPoint For All Of Your Independent & Assisted Living Needs

StoryPoint is here help make your loved ones transition into independent or assisted living easier-than-ever. We have a friendly and experienced staff with over 35 years of experience that is here to help you and your family member. Contact us today or call us at 1-855-40-STORY to get started!


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Connect with us by phone at 1-844-275-9990 to get answers to your questions, or just to say hello.