We embrace and appreciate the opportunity to care for your loved one.
Forget the cliche stories you’ve heard about seniors sitting around falling asleep to sit-com reruns. When you move into a Baywood Crossing Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center assisted living community, you can enjoy a life rich in quality care, genuine friendships and fun activities.
From quality dining to assistance with personal grooming and managing medication, our assisted living communities give you the chance to make the most of your golden years. We welcome and encourage new residents to get involved with activities, which change daily. You’ll also have more time to pursue your passions because we handle the mundane chores, like housekeeping and laundry.
Many of our campuses are conveniently located near restaurants, parks, shopping, hospitals, places of worship and more. Most campuses even offer transportation services so you can enjoy the perfect combination of quality care and independence.
What is Assisted Living?
Assisted living is designed for seniors who need a little more day-to-day assistance than residents in independent living. These communities often have programs and team members in place who can provide support with everything from assistance with daily living and basic care to recreational activities and transportation.
How Much Does It Cost?
Because every community and every senior is a little different, the price can vary depending on factors like the apartment style you choose and how much help you need throughout the day. That’s why we work together before you arrive to create a custom service plan that meets your specific needs. The best part is that you only pay for the services you need, which means you're likely to find something that fits your needs — and your budget.
When Is It Time for Assisted Living?
With their custom service plans, excellent amenities, and opportunities to meet new and interesting people, assisted living communities sound pretty great. Some locations even have general stores, fitness centers, and on-campus beauty and barber shops.
But how do you know when the time is right?
Everyone’s situation is different, but there are a few things you can think through if you’re considering assisted living for yourself or a loved one.
What Is Life Like at an Assisted Living Community?
Each resident has their own unique passions, hobbies and interests, so life at an assisted living community looks a little different for each person.
You might want to start your day off with a yoga class before meeting your friends for a delicious breakfast in the dining room. From there, you could attend a painting workshop or tend to your favorite plants in the garden before playing a lively round of Wii bowling or going on an excursion to a local restaurant or boutique.
No matter how you want to enjoy your golden years, we will be here to handle things like cooking, cleaning and laundry so you can spend more time doing the things you love.