At Fair Haven, you’ll have many options to choose from when it comes to decorating your new apartment home. You’ll be able to bring along your favorite decorations including your window furnishings, furniture, paintings, photos and more to adorn your walls and turn your new place into your new home.
“You’re free to make it your own,” says Shanna Black, Marketing Director at Fair Haven. “It’s your apartment; you can make it what you want it to be.”
The best part about decorating your new apartment home is that the maintenance crew does all the work for you! Whether you want to hang your favorite chandelier in your dining area, or put up your new curtains in the living room, the maintenance crew will handle it. You won’t have to worry about drilling holes, hammering nails, or messing with electrical. With the help of Fair Haven’s friendly staff, residents are free to put their own touch on their apartment homes, so long as they don’t change any structural characteristics or preexisting features.
A few months ago, we gave you a look into the Household Model, one of many exciting changes coming to Fair Haven. Now, we’re excited to share an update on the progress that has been made! In addition to moving to the Household Model, Fair Haven has been hard at work constructing several new buildings that will house new assisted living residences, a dedicated short-term stay rehabilitation center, and a new skilled nursing building.
We’ve also been hard at work renovating and redesigning medical and dental offices, a fitness center, a bistro, an ice cream parlor, and many other amenities. The bistro and ice cream parlor are being added to our existing dining room, which will also gain a permanent decorative buffet for both cold and hot items. The renovations in our dining services areas will create a restaurant-style atmosphere.
Being a caregiver for an aging parent or loved one is a heavy responsibility, especially for those who are caring for children as well. Close to 10 million adult children older than 50 are currently caring for an aging parent, and 47 percent of those people are also raising children simultaneously. If the cost of being your parent’s caregiver has become higher than you can afford, consider the benefits of professional help, such as long-term care.
Long-term care is a level of healthcare that is provided to residents in a nursing home or continuing care retirement community (CCRC) setting, such as Fair Haven. CCRCs like Fair Haven also provide other services, including assisted living, memory care and rehabilitation services.
Your parent has recently been admitted to a rehabilitation center and you’re not sure what to expect. How long will he or she be here? Who can you call when you want more information? What kind of therapy will they need? When can I visit? What non-health care related services will be provided? These questions and many more are jumping into your mind, and you’re not sure who can answer them.
In this blog, we’ll review some of the things you can expect to happen when your parent or loved one is admitted into a rehabilitation center by learning about the rehabilitation processes at Fair Haven.
Many senior care communities are modeled after hospitals, with a heavy health care focus and a structured, scheduled day. But what if you or your senior parent is looking for an Assisted Living or Skilled Nursing option that allows them to receive personalized healthcare, without giving up their current lifestyle? Continue reading “A New Care Model is Coming to Fair Haven”
It’s likely that no one knows your parents better than you. You know their wants and needs. You know their medical and personal background. So when it comes to choosing the right Assisted Living community, you are the best person to help them make a decision. But with so many communities out there, how do you determine which one is the right fit for your senior parent?
Continue reading “How to Choose the Right Assisted Living Community for Your Parent”