AT ST. ANDREW’S, YOU CAN WORRY LESS® ABOUT...
1. Having to Do Chores
Indoor chores—from dusting and mopping to laundry and vacuuming—can often be a stressor for seniors living in their homes and take up a significant portion of their time.
At St. Andrew's, we handle all those indoor chores, including housekeeping, laundry, and meal preparation. Our residents can revel in a home-like atmosphere without the burden of household responsibilities.
2. Having to Keep Up With Outdoor Maintenance
Outdoor chores like yard work and home maintenance can become daunting—and even dangerous—as people age. St. Andrew's ensures that outdoor maintenance is a thing of the past for our residents. Our dedicated team handles landscaping, lawn care, and exterior upkeep, allowing seniors to enjoy the outdoors without the hassle of maintenance.
3. Grocery Shopping and Cooking
At St. Andrew's, we offer delicious dining options that cater to a range of preferences and dietary needs. Our residents can savor expertly prepared and diverse meals without the need for constant grocery shopping or meal preparation.
4. Losing Your Independence
Many seniors worry that moving into a senior living community will result in a loss of independence. At St. Andrew's, we emphasize maintaining individual freedom where residents can make their own choices, maintain their own daily routines, and engage in activities that align with their interests. Our community is designed to enhance independence, not diminish it.
5. Finding Ways to Stay Active and Fit
Regular physical activity is paramount for people of all ages, as it plays a pivotal role in boosting the immune system, promoting stress relief, and reducing the risk of conditions such as high blood pressure and heart disease. At St. Andrew's, we prioritize our residents' overall well-being, and this includes their physical health.
Our senior living community offers a wealth of opportunities for staying active and fit. Residents can partake in physical exercise classes, yoga sessions, and even the ancient practice of tai chi, which is known for its calming effects on heart rate and chronic stress levels. These activities release endorphins, the body's natural stress relievers, as well as overall reduce the stress hormone cortisol.
Moreover, we incorporate deep breathing exercises and relaxation techniques into our fitness programs, providing a holistic approach to stress management.
6. Connecting With Others
As people age, social isolation can become a concern, leading to negative effects and potential mental health problems. At St. Andrew's, we believe that social engagement is a paramount stress management strategy. Our community offers numerous opportunities to connect with others through events, clubs, and group activities. Residents can forge new friendships, renew old ones, and cherish the joy of social interaction.
7. Your Safety and Overall Health
Safety is a top priority at St. Andrew's. We have on-site healthcare professionals in case of a medical emergency. Additionally, our community features secure entrances and exits, 24-hour emergency systems, security cameras, and more. Residents can rest assured that their well-being is in good hands.
8. Putting Stress on Your Family
It's common for seniors to worry about becoming emotionally and financially stressful on their families. Transitioning into senior living can be a financially savvy choice that not only lightens the stress on family members but also allows older adults to enjoy their lives without any potential guilt.