Abbington Assisted Living in Palm Coast, FL was created to provide a safe and comfortable home for seniors. Senior residents, and their families, can relax and be assured that all of each resident’s needs will be taken care of. Rates may vary between the different locations, but all meals, utilities, and care is covered under the one single monthly payment.
That Assisted Living care is provided by trained staff members who are on hand 24 hours a day every day and night of the week. They will be there to help residents with all activities of daily living, whether toileting, bathing, changing bed linens, providing meals, and so on. Those cares are also provided in nursing homes, but the differences between living in a nursing home and residing at Palm Coast, FL are very different. The residence functions like a home. Everyone has their own room and private bathroom, and the entire facility looks more like a home than anything else. There are comfortable sitting rooms with large windows, comfortable sofas, and fireplaces where residents can gather with their friends or spend time with visiting family. Meals are served in a homey dining room. They’re also designed for residents to be able to walk and sit outside and enjoy being outdoors, with courtyards furnished with seating areas, screened-in porches.
Assisted Living in Palm Coast, FL are very similar in design and decor, all with a home-like atmosphere and safety both in mind. All locations are one story, so there are no dangers from staircases or elevators. All locations are fully equipped with smoke detectors and sprinklers. Courtyards are enclosed in case anyone gets confused and isn’t sure where they are, but there are also walking paths on picturesque grounds.
Another thing each location does is to coordinate extra services for residents that are customized to provide for each person’s different needs. The staff includes licensed nurses who help manage each resident’s medication. Residents can get visits from mobile lab and x-ray providers, and a podiatrist and physician visit, too. Home health provides speech therapy, occupational therapy, and physical therapy as required. Residents can be cared for in temporary skilled nursing care if needed.