Why Stay at an Assisted Living if You Aren’t Ready to Move Out of Your Home? September 24, 2020

Are you planning an upcoming surgery?

Have you had a recent injury or health concern?

Are you caring for a loved one and need a break, or to take a trip out of town?

Did you know you can stay at a senior living community for as little as a week? It’s called a respite or short-term stay.  If you are planning a surgery or had a recent injury, and don’t qualify to stay at an impatient rehabilitation center, staying at an assisted living community can be an affordable and convenient option. During your respite stay at Addington Place of Dewitt, you can receive physical therapy while getting the rest you need to recover and safely return home.  Being close to home allows you to visit your home to aid in the return transition. The goal for everyone is to get you back home and safe.

Are you the caregiver for a loved one and need some time to take care of yourself, or visit family out of town? Your loved one can stay at an assisted living community for a week or as long as you need. Knowing trained staff is taking care of your loved one allows you to focus on your tasks and not have to worry.  These breaks can help prevent caregiver burnout and allow you to care for your loved one even better for the long haul.

If you have questions about a respite stay please contact Melissa Smith at Addington Place of Dewitt (810) 837-1197.