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Assisted Living Florence, AL

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Assisted Living Facilities in Florence, AL

Keestone of Florence

201 North Cedar Street, Florence, Alabama 35630

Lauderdale County

License #: D3904

Capacity: 43 people

Phone #: (256) 767-7676

Green Oaks Inn - Creel House

140 Pepper Lane, Florence, Alabama 35633

Lauderdale County

License #: P3901

Capacity: 16 people

Phone #: (256) 767-2080

Green Oaks Inn - Pepper House

140 Pepper Lane, Florence, Alabama 35633

Lauderdale County

License #: P3903

Capacity: 16 people

Phone #: (256) 767-2080

Hilltop at Glenwood I

213 Ana Drive, Florence, Alabama 35630

Lauderdale County

License #: D3907

Capacity: 16 people

Phone #: (256) 766-8963

Columbia Cottage-Florence, Ltd.

2373 Roberts Lane, Florence, Alabama 35630

Lauderdale County

License #: D3901

Capacity: 51 people

Phone #: (256) 760-0442

Hilltop at Glenwood II

213 Ana Drive, Florence, Alabama 35630

Lauderdale County

License #: D3908

Capacity: 16 people

Phone #: (256) 740-4604

Brookdale Florence

3275 County Road 47, Florence, Alabama 35630

Lauderdale County

License #: D3909

Capacity: 83 people

Phone #: (256) 275-4072

Florence, Alabama Assisted Living for Seniors

Right at the corner of Alabama is Florence, a beautiful town that people love for its variety. It is home to scenic walking trails, top-notch golf courses, traditional fishing, and all types of water sports. It is also rich in pioneer and Native American tradition for people who like history. The historic downtown in the area is welcoming and vibrant. The city also offers mouth-watering delicacies and exciting shopping experiences at various retail stores and award-winning fashion design retail stores.

Among the beauty of Florence lie amazing assisted living facilities that are part of continuum long-term care services. These are centers that combine personal care services, housing and health care that assists residents with daily activities in a way that encourages maximum independence. Among the professionals seniors will find in the communities are occupational therapists. They help occupants to learn how to use aids such as long sticks with hooks or reaches to pick items so that seniors do not have to bend.

Occupational therapists who work in assisted living communities in Florence can also teach the inhabitants how to use dressing sticks to put on clothes. They help seniors who have limited grasping capabilities or motion to dress. Residents can also learn how to use raised toilet seats as well as different kinds of bathtub benches that assist with safe bathing and toileting. The professional can also recommend equipment that the seniors will use such as walkers and wheelchairs for seniors who have mobility issues. Furthermore, they can also train and advocate other aids for older adults with higher levels of need.

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