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Assisted Living HOLLADAY, UT

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Assisted Living Facilities in HOLLADAY, UT

COTTONWOOD PLACE

5600 HIGHLAND DRIVE, HOLLADAY, Utah 84121

SALT LAKE County

Capacity: 138 people

Phone #: (801) 947-7400

THE ABBINGTON AT HOLLADAY

2728 EAST 3900 SOUTH, HOLLADAY, Utah 84124

SALT LAKE County

Capacity: 83 people

Phone #: (801) 432-7003

SPRING LANE

1465 EAST SPRING LANE, HOLLADAY, Utah 84117

SALT LAKE County

Capacity: 4 people

Phone #: (801) 676-9100

Holladay, Utah Assisted Living for Seniors

Experts agree that many people feel safe and happy when in the company of pets. It is one of the reasons there are numerous pet-friendly senior living communities in Holladay. They understand that boomers living with pets they love can help to drastically lower stress levels, blood pressure, and heart rate. Scientists reveal that spending about fifteen minutes bonding with pets’ sets off a chemical reaction in a human being’s brain. It results in lowering of cortisol, the flight or fight hormone, and increasing the production of serotonin - a feel-good hormone.

Pets in senior housing apartments in Holladay introduce a beneficial human and animal relationship. Over time, it may contribute to protecting elders against the development of stroke and heart diseases and also fights depression. Bringing pets to the retirement communities is not something that should worry the elderly. Staff members make sure that their domestic animals receive proper care where the owners are unable to provide care. This means that the pets are the responsibility of the occupants where they feel proud that they are taking care of their friends, but get a hand when they are in need.

Perks of having pets in assisted living facilities in Holladay can be life-changing. For instance, a senior gets cardiovascular exercise simply by walking their dog. Other acts of taking care of the animals like feeding, brushing and petting ensure that older adults remain engaged to the world. It makes retirees feel as though they are still needed. The feeling can translate into a better sense of self-worth and purpose. The unconditional love of the domesticated animals can even be a bridge to more socialization with other humans, increasing mental stimulation, lowering stress and giving a senior citizen renewed interest in life.

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