Empowering Assisted Living
There comes a time when providing the best possible care for an aging loved one means finding the right option outside of what family members can provide, and we’re always here to help. Every individual’s situation is unique, but there are certain signs to look for when considering whether it’s time to move to an assisted living community. When residents need assistance with certain tasks of daily living – such as getting dressed or managing medications – we’re always close at hand. Our goal is balancing supportive care with each resident’s personal independence. And our caring team of associates gives just the right blend of encouragement, assistance and understanding for residents in assisted living to live each day encouraged and empowered. If you’re wondering about the differences between assisted living and nursing home care, we can help you understand all the options available to you and your loved one.
A busy calendar of social events and activities makes life at Highpoint full of joy and engagement. Residents may partake in their choice of opportunities – but you’ll find that participating in a wide range activities is beneficial for the mind, body and soul. Assisted living also offers common spaces for relaxation and recreation, which serve as gathering spots for visiting with neighbors, friends and family.
Live Confidently With Exceptional Care
If you’re caring for a loved one with Parkinson’s disease, it can become more and more difficult to provide care for them as the disease advances. Highpoint at Cape Coral is committed to compassionate Parkinson’s care your family can count on.
With daily worries out of the way, you or your loved one can expand your horizons, foster new connections and find joy in each day. Meet friends in one of our community spaces or just relax in your private residence. These are your moments; we just help you enjoy them more fully.