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Frequently asked questions about Assisted Living


Senior Assisted Living becomes an option for people who find daily tasks such as bathing, dressing, or meal preparation challenging. It is also an option when changes in mental status, frequent falls, increasing health issues, or feelings of isolation are observed. Assisted Living at Aspira retirement residences provides high levels of care and the experience is enhanced by premium, more personalized services, amenities, and nourishment.

Assisted Living is suitable for seniors who require help with daily activities but don't need intensive medical care. It's perfect for those desiring an active lifestyle with a degree of assistance. Aspira provides a private, premium and personalized experience, which makes the choice between assisted living and long-term care a matter of individual financial circumstances.

Assisted Living costs at Aspira senior residences vary based on personal needs and locations. For the most current and tailored information, we recommend contacting an Aspira sales advisor at 1 866-959-4848.

At Aspira, our Assisted Living services range from minimal assistance to comprehensive support. This includes senior independent living (little to no support), assisted living (help with daily tasks, bathing, transfers, dining etc), and memory care (specialized support for individuals with early-stage dementia).

Consider factors like comfort, cleanliness, safety, staff-to-resident ratio, meal quality, activities, and access to healthcare. Engaging with residents and staff, and reviewing inspection reports can be helpful when deciding where to live. At Aspira, we place a high value on these factors to provide private, personalized and premium care within a warm, vibrant community.

Aspira residents are typically aged 55 or above and require some assistance with daily tasks. Each residence may have additional specific requirements related to health and mobility. To determine the appropriate level of care, a comprehensive health assessment is often necessary prior to moving in.