Loneliness and social isolation often go hand in hand. That is why senior living can be a beneficial experience for lonely older adults who want to become a part of a community and foster healthy social relationships.
At St. Andrew’s, community living can help promote healthy aging. All our staff members—from caregivers to managers to partnered healthcare providers—take the initiatives to build a social network among our residents, their families, and other staff members. The result is a healthy community that truly knows and cares for each other.
We foster community everywhere we can. Our wellness programs promote age-appropriate physical activity in group settings. We offer religious services to help promote a sense of spirituality and inclusion among people from all walks of life. Our communal dining area allows residents to enjoy conversation around mouth-watering meals. What permeates our communities at every level—from memory care to assisted living to independent living and more—is a sense of connectedness.
Contact us to learn more about how we can help you and your aging loved one feel welcome and included in our network of caring senior living communities.