Caring for the Elderly Begins at Pasadena Highlands

Wednesday, June 10, 2015 | 10:40 pm

A home away from home—this is what Pasadena Highlands is to its senior residents. Located in a quiet residential neighborhood close to Old Pasadena, Pasadena Highlands provides high quality senior apartment living, assisted living and memory care along with daily enjoyable activities to enrich the lives of residents.

The assisted living staff is experienced and helps to ensure that residents’ lives are more comfortable and joyful.

This is why seniors who are uncertain or unwilling to move to senior communities have nothing to worry about. In fact, living in Pasadena Highlands will expose them to various activities that will keep their bodies agile, their minds sharp.

“When seniors move to Pasadena Highlands, they will find many more activities and people to socialize with than staying at home. Everyone can find something here that he or she enjoys” says Pasadena Highland’s Raena Stein.

Stein adds that one of Pasadena Highlands’ core features is its Assisted Living Program, designed to create a living experience that promotes happiness, freedom, and ample support for residents who are in need of assistance of activities of daily living.

Assisted Living services include medication monitoring, bathing and grooming, transferring, scheduled bed checks, escorting, and incontinence care. Its core services are three nutritionally balanced meals plus snacks, weekly housekeeping and daily tidying, bed and bath linen supplies, scheduled transportation, basic TV service, onsite caregivers available 24/7, and much more.

Residents in need of memory care can find comfort and personalized senior care under Pasadena Highlands Focused Care program, which has a structured activities program and generous staffing.

For more information, please call Raena Stein at: (626) 768-7764.

Pasadena Highlands is located at 1575 E Washington Blvd Pasadena. For more information, call (626) 768-7764 or visit www.pasadenahighlands.net.

 

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