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Assisted Living Springfield, MA



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Assisted Living Facilities in Springfield, MA

Loomis Lakeside at Reeds Landing

807 Wilbraham Road, Springfield, Massachusetts 01109

Hampden County

Capacity: 49 people

Phone #: (413) 782-1800

Mason Wright Assisted Living

74 Walnut Street, Springfield, Massachusetts 01105

Hampden County

Capacity: 85 people

Phone #: (413) 733-1517

Grayson House at Keystone Woods

942 Grayson Drive, Springfield, Massachusetts 01119

Hampden County

Capacity: 42 people

Phone #: (413) 426-9868

Springfield, Massachusetts Assisted Living for Seniors

The rights of older adults living in assisted senior housing apartments in Springfield are just as powerful as the bill of rights or human rights. While staying at the facilities, older adults should be free of any unnecessary chemical or physical restraints. Hand mitts, vests, sedatives, and other restraints are impermissible. Staff members can only use them on the occupants if a physician authorizes their utilization for a limited and specified period. The centers must also let senior citizens in the retirement homes know the personnel who are responsible for their care. Staff members should never carry out care planning meetings without the attendance of the elderly inhabitants.

The elderly in assisted living facilities in Springfield have the right to privacy. It is an aspect that extends to all levels of care. These include visits with friends and relatives, care for personal needs, and communication through email and telephone with others. Retirees also have the freedom to share a room with their partners. They also have permission to manage personal financial affairs. No one should tell baby boomers in the residences what they must do because they retain control over their lives.

Seniors can choose activities and decide what to wear in senior living communities in Springfield. They have the freedom to decide how they are going to spend their time in the facilities. The retirement communities must offer a choice at main meals because needs and tastes of the older adults vary. Senior citizens and not the staff determine how many hours they will spend sleeping. If they can, they also have the power to self-administer medication. provides comprehensive resources on various senior living options, including: assisted living facilities, senior living communities, nursing homes, independent living communities, continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) and all other long term senior care options, including memory care such as Alzheimer's or Dementia.

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