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Assisted Living Glendive, MT

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Assisted Living Facilities in Glendive, MT

THE HERITAGE

1313 N MERRILL AVE, Glendive, Montana 59330

Dawson County

License #: 13399

Capacity: 16 people

Phone #: 377-7700

EASTERN MONTANA VETERAN'S HOME

2000 MONTANA AVE, Glendive, Montana 59330

Dawson County

License #: 13454

Capacity: 80 people

Phone #: 345-8855

GLENDIVE MEDICAL CENTER NURSING HOME

202 PROSPECT DR, Glendive, Montana 59330

Dawson County

License #: 12937

Capacity: 75 people

Phone #: 345-3320

Glendive Assisted Living for Seniors

Seniors who are independent but could use a hand with one or two daily living tasks will find the assistance they need in assisted living facilities in Glendive. These are centers that also look after frail or disabled retirees by offering supportive personal, health and service coordination. These activities aim at maintaining the autonomy, dignity, privacy, and individuality of the residents. Caregivers in the retirement communities take care of both the unscheduled and scheduled needs of the older adults.

All senior citizens must sign residency agreements before they settle into Glendive assisted living homes. These are crucial documents because they contain all the information that the elderly residents need to know about their stay in the residences. Details in the records include all the charges, refunds, move-out criteria, services and statements explaining responsibilities of the occupants and staff members. The facilities either offer or make provisions for aging individuals to receive personal services like local transportation, assistance with necessary daily task, help with mobility or other assistive devices, supervision or administration of medication laundry, and housekeeping.

Retired adults have the freedom to choose where they will stay in senior living facilities in Glendive. These can be studios, houses that have more than two bedrooms and anything in-between. Elderly adults also go through assessments to determine their prospective needs so that caregivers know what to deliver. The evaluations cover different topics like sensory and cognitive patterns, mood and behavior changes, daily living tasks abilities, health problems, medication use and utilization of assistive or safety equipment. Staff review all assessments often to ensure that they always meet the requirements of members of the older generation.

SeniorGuidance.org 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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