Services you need, care and respect you deserve.
The helping hand and long term care we provide enables seniors to live life with dignity and a measure of independence, preventing the need for a nursing home. Most importantly, we don’t refuse to care for those who need us most. Darlington Communities offer:
Memory Care – residential, secure, forward-thinking care for those suffering from Alzheimer’s or other dementia-related causes, with a structured facility and activities designed for those with memory impairment.
Assisted Living – a specialized combination of housing and personalized supportive services for seniors who need help with dressing, bathing, eating, and toileting and may not be able to live in their own homes.
Getting to know you.
No matter which service you need, our personalized approach is like no other. When taking on new residents, we work to ensure a good fit with our culture. Part of our admissions process is a unique-to-the-industry comprehensive Resident Preferences interview so we can get to know each resident. Not only does it cover the basics (right or left handed?), it delves into the applicant’s usual sleep/wake cycles, their self-care routines, their life background and hobbies.
All our staff studies these resident preference sheets – we want to know as much as our residents as you do. It helps us discover what ‘home’ really means to each resident, and then helps us create that feeling by tailoring services to what works for them, what they are able to do and what they like to do.
A family affair
We take care of more than our residents, we take care of their families too. It’s a difficult transition and we’re here to help you through it in many ways, from answering all your questions to helping you with the paperwork and financing. We accept VA and will transition residents from private pay to those that qualify for the Medicaid Waiver Program.
We also understand the concerns behind having someone else care for your loved one and we’re a completely open company. Call us anytime you have a concern or a question, or just to ask “How’s mom doing today?”