Finding The Right Community
How do you know what is the best or most appropriate community lifestyle for you or your loved one?
What are the differences between Independent Senior Living and Assisted Senior Living?
What exactly is Memory Care?
Retirement should be easy. Why am I faced with all of these confusing options?
If you're asking yourself questions like these, you can rest easy. We've included a number of tools and information on this website to help answer your questions. Continue reading this page to help know what type of senior living community is best for you or a loved one. Additionally, our site has numerous content sections with helpful information to better understand the senior living services and options when it comes to finding a home
Independent Living Is Pet Friendly!
Let’s start with an explanation of the types of senior living care options mentioned.
Independent Living is designed for individuals 62+ or disabled individuals who need a little extra help to maintain their independence. They may struggle with transportation, keeping up with the housework and meal preparation. They may be somewhat isolated or bored and would benefit from fun activities and social opportunities. They may require occasional assistance with personal care or medication management. An independent senior apartment at our community is a great place to make a home if this describes you or a loved one.
Supportive Services (also known as home health) offers Independent Living residents a little extra help like bed making, incontinence care, shower and dressing assistance, campus escorts, dog walking, medication reminders, TED hose assistance and companionship. We offer a variety of visit plans to keep these services very affordable.
Assisted Living is appropriate for individuals 62+ or disabled who, in addition to needing transportation, housekeeping, meals and activities, also require regular/ongoing assistance with activities of daily living (personal care, medication management). They may no longer feel safe at home alone overnight. They need access to caregiver assistance 24/7. If this describes yourself or a loved one it may be time to consider a transition to assisted living at our Mesa community.
Memory Care services include living in an environment as welcoming and comforting as it is safe. We offer a program of activities to help residents remain connected and engaged. Our certified caregivers have an in-depth knowledge of the specific needs of those with memory impairment, providing both patience and compassion to help your loved one feel understood.
Now for the more difficult question:
How do you know which senior care option is most appropriate for you or your loved one? We encourage you to start with this quick 4-5 minute survey below. Powered by our partner, Roobrik, this assessment will help give you an idea of which care options might be the best fit.
If you want personal assistance, our compassionate Senior Leasing Consultants are happy to review the assessment results with you and discuss the best senior living situation for you or your loved one. Simply enter your contact information at the end of the survey and we will be in touch. If you would like to speak to one of our experienced senior living consultants, please call us at 480-436-5122 or schedule a visit to Fellowship Square Historic Mesa. There won’t be any pressure. Your wellbeing and happiness come first!