Finding a senior living facility that can address all of your health needs as you age is important for getting the most out of your retirement. There are several questions to ask senior living facilities staff as you meet with them and take a tour of the community. What medical support do they offer? What is their resident-to-caregiver ratio? And lastly, what is the age requirement for the community? You will find answers to these questions and more on the FAQs for the Baptist Retirement Community.
At Baptist Retirement Community, our friendly staff will meet with you and answer any senior living questions you have about moving into our community. We will go over all of our services, amenities, and different floor plans and help you pick the right living situation based on your retirement goals and current level of health. For more information about our senior living community, call 833.762.0756 or fill out our online assessment, and we will get back to you within 24 hours.
Questions to Ask Senior Living Facilities Staff Before Moving In
Selling your home and moving into a senior living community can be a confusing process for many seniors. When you start thinking about what it will take to downsize and move into a retirement community, you will want to create a list of questions to ask the staff in the community so you can make an informed decision about choosing your next home.
Some of the most common senior living questions to ask include:
- What senior living options do you offer?
- What are your monthly fees, and are there additional charges?
- What kind of activities do you offer?
- What training do your caregivers receive?
At Baptist Retirement community, we will go over any questions you have about our senior living community so you can make an informed decision about your retirement plans. We offer our residents independent living, assisted living, and long-term skilled nursing care to meet all of their needs for their golden years.
Senior Living Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some additional questions to ask senior living facilities staff when you talk to them about your retirement goals:
Q: How much does senior living care cost?
A: The level of care you need will determine how much your monthly fee will be. Assisted living care in Texas can average between $3,900 – $4,200, depending on the level of care necessary.
Q: What activities do senior living communities offer?
A: Active seniors will find today’s senior living communities full of fun activities to stimulate the mind and body. Baptist Retirement Community has a full-time activities director to plan daily life-enriching activities and planned outings for a fulfilling retirement.
Q: What kind of meal plans do you offer?
A: Nutrition is very important for seniors, and our culinary team will prepare healthy meals and snacks for you that take into consideration any dietary restrictions you have.
Q: How safe is your community?
A: Our seniors have the freedom to move about the community without the worry of getting lost. Our assisted living communities are secure and monitored 24/7 and have enclosed courtyards with beautiful landscaping.
Q: Do you offer transportation services?
A: Yes. Our team can take you to doctor appointments, farmers’ markets, and grocery stores without having to worry about driving yourself.
Check Out Baptist Retirement Community’s FAQs Page for More Information About Our Senior Living Community
Baptist Retirement Community provides our residents with a full range of services and amenities for an enriching retirement. Our knowledgeable staff takes the time to get to know you and your retirement goals that will meet all of your health needs as they change. We offer a full range of senior living services, including:
- Independent living
- Assisted living
- Memory care
- Respite care
- Short-term rehabilitation care
- Long-term skilled nursing care
Visit our FAQs page for more questions and answers about our senior living community. When you are ready to schedule a tour of your new home, call 833.762.0756 to speak with our friendly staff.