Silver Shores Living, Inc., is a veteran owned business with a service commitment consistent with the military service value of honor. To honor our community’s seniors, Silver Shores Living will provide safe and affordable housing. Through a model of assisted living, we will meet the needs of Seniors by offering a range of services through a compassionate care environment focusing on assisting with activities of daily living.
Our mission is to provide independent living arrangements in a home setting, which promotes dignity, independence and choice for seniors who require assistance with activities of daily living.
To be recognized as the community’s leader in providing senior care services where all clients feel like Silver Shores Living is home and a place where they consistently experience compassion, respect, and security while enjoying the freedom to make independent decisions.
Design and staff each Assisted Living Facility with a focus on dignity, privacy and independence. At Silver Shores Living, Inc., we will be recognized as trustworthy partners in senior care options.
The Assisted-Living Quality Coalition defines assisted living as
“A congregate residential setting that provides or coordinates personal services, 24-hour supervision and assistance (scheduled and unscheduled), activities, and health related services”.
Most often, Assisted Living Facilities are viewed as a large-scale institutional-like facility or. However, while 92% of all beds nationally can be found in larger facilities, 50% of all of these facilities are classified as small facilities with less than 14 beds and hosts approximately 75,700 clients. These facilities offer varying levels of services. It is important to assess your or your family members needs to determine the level of quality and security that will meet your needs.
You will find that Assisted Living Facilities present their services based upon the number of activities of daily living a client requires assistance with. In general, thirty-eight percent of clients receive assistance with 3 or more activities of daily living (72% bathing, 52% dressing and 36% toileting). Thirty-six percent receive assistance with two or more and 26% did not receive any assistance. Almost 75% had diagnosis with at least two of the most common chronic conditions, with high blood pressure, Alzheimer’s disease/other dementias and heart disease being the top three, respectively.
While assistance with ADLs is one of the primary reasons to pursue residency in an Assisted Living Facility, it is not the only factor to consider. Safety and security for our seniors, as well as social activities, are equally as also important contributors to the decision to transition into an Assisted Living Facility. Daily stimulation encourages well-being and life satisfaction.
At Silver Shores Living, the staff and residents are, naturally, more attuned to each other and a sense of home and feeling of security is more easily recognized. Moreover, we make it a priority to encourage activity for the mind, body and spirit – daily!