For individuals experiencing a decrease in independent living skills due to aging and/or characteristics of his or her disability, Annandale’s two assisted living environments, The Amy Somers for Continued Care and The Keith Keadle Center for Continued Care, bridges the gap between our independent living options and the D. Scott Hudgens Center for Skilled Nursing. A long-term care option that provides a combination of private room housing, supportive services and health care, the centers for continued care are the ideal solution for individuals who value their independence, yet can no longer live entirely independently and need assistance with daily activities such as bathing, eating and dressing.
Working closely with families and personal physicians, our specially trained staff develops a personal life plan that respects each resident’s needs, abilities, and wealth of experiences. To best serve each resident, a comprehensive range of programs and services is provided, including:
- 24-hour supervised care and security
- Medical monitoring and access to health services
- Medication assistance/supervision
- Assistance with activities of daily living (i.e. dressing, mobility, and hygiene)
- Emergency call systems
- Chef-prepared meals
- Housekeeping and laundry service
- Life enrichment programs and social activities
- Complimentary transportation
For individuals unable to care for him or herself due to dementia or progressive cognitive impairment, the memory care unit of The Keith Keadle Center for Continued Care serves as an excellent alternative. In addition to providing assistance with activities of daily living, the physical layout and security of the center’s memory care unit is designed to easily navigate, minimize wandering behaviors, and provide a safe, familiar, yet stimulating environment.