Idaho Falls Assisted Living
Here you can enjoy the comforts of home, while also receiving excellent service and quality care. Our senior living facilities offer personalized care for each individual resident. From three home-cooked meals a day to regularly scheduled activities, to a quiet afternoon on the patio, The Gables of Idaho Falls Assisted Living is the ideal combination of home-like living spaces, care, and amenities to promote our resident’s health and well-being. It is our goal to consistently meet the personal preferences and needs of each resident.
We are regarded as a premier assisted living and memory care in Southeast Idaho because of the quality of care our residents receive while they are with us. When you enter our warm, comfortable home, you will immediately know there is something special here. Schedule a tour today! Come experience senior living at its best!
Benefits of a Senior Living Community
Health declines as we age. There is no cure for aging, but there is a way to increase the quality and quantity of life in senior living. Living in an Idaho Falls senior living facility means that medications will be closely monitored. Medications are a way to extend life, and if taken correctly can reduce symptoms in the elderly. Our trained staff at the Gables of Idaho Falls will closely track which medications have been prescribed and how and when to give them.
Health is not just physical. Mental, emotional, and social health are just as important. Seniors become naturally more isolated as they age.
The following are just a few explanations for elderly isolation:
- Decreased driving ability
- Fear of falling
- Lack of transportation
- Friends and loved ones dying
- Fewer social opportunities
- Chronic pain
Being part of a senior living community has been shown to have positive effects on connection for seniors. The close living proximity allows socialization without any travel, coordinating times and activities, etc. In short, Idaho Falls senior living makes connecting with other seniors simple, safe, and serene. Having a grounded social life increases overall mental and emotional health.
The risk of falls in seniors is something that is of great concern to medical professionals, but it is also one of the scariest things for an elderly person. The seniors know that if they fall and get injured, they will likely be hospitalized and may never return home. A senior living community provides a safe, fall-resistant environment with staff to help with transferring, bathing, and other ADL’s that could jeopardize safety. Another safety element of assisted living is the locked facility with monitoring so that you and your loved ones have peace of mind.