The Levels of Care
When searching for a retirement community, finding a facility that can meet your changing needs and provide top-notch senior living resources over time is essential. As a continuing care retirement community, Maple Knoll Village offers all levels of care, including independent living, assisted living, and skilled nursing.
Understanding the different levels of care available is the first step in making the best decision for yourself or your loved one as they continue to live their life to the fullest. We provide a range of services and amenities to support our residents’ needs and interests so that they can enjoy their retirement years worry-free.
The Knolls of Oxford has served the Oxford, Ohio area for years. Our campus is in Oxford, Ohio, near Miami University in Oxford. We are proud to be a part of Maple Knoll Communities, a not-for-profit senior living provider with a rich history of serving seniors and their families.
If you’re interested in learning more about what the Knolls of Oxford could offer you or your loved one, please contact us. Below, you can download an informational guide on our programs.
What Senior Living Level of Care Is for Me or My Loved One?
Independent living is best suited to seniors living an independent, self-sufficient life. They offer a carefree lifestyle, freeing residents of the many burdens of daily life.
Here, older adults can socialize and enjoy life without worrying about home maintenance, cooking, or cleaning.
Independent living is a good choice for older adults who:
- Are in good health and do not require regular medical care or assistance with activities of daily living
- Wish to live in a supportive community environment
- Desire an active, social lifestyle
Whether you are interested in independent living or a more assisted residential program, The Knolls of Oxford has what you’re looking for.
Assisted living is a combination of personalized assistance services and care tailored to the individual who requires some form of help with activities of daily living. In assisted living communities, you will find more support services, such as assistance with bathing, grooming, medication, and dressing, while still enjoying your independence.
Assisted living is a good choice for seniors who:
- Need some help with activities of daily living but wish to remain as independent as possible
- Desire an active social lifestyle and the opportunity to interact with their peers daily
- Prefer not to live alone
Assisted living is also a choice that a resident can make further in time, when more care is needed, but they still wish to maintain independence.
Skilled nursing facilities are short-term and long-term residences that focus more heavily on medical assistance for those with chronic illnesses, injuries, or individuals that require 24-hour supervised care.
Skilled nursing is a good choice for seniors who:
- Need regular medical care and assistance with activities of daily living
- Would benefit from 24-hour supervision and support
- Prefer not to live alone or with family members
Skilled nursing is a more intensive form of care offered at The Knolls of Oxford.
Levels of Senior Health Care at The Knolls of Oxford
Whatever level of care is necessary, The Knolls of Oxford can help you find the best program for you. Contact us today for more information.