Maintaining your health is vital for loved ones, which means ensuring you are exercising regularly, eating healthy meals, and taking time to relax. If you are responsible for helping family members manage their day-to-day lives, it is essential to think about what additional factors may impact their health. For example, fall prevention strategies can help seniors stay safe as they grow older. By using mobility aids or installing grab bars, caregivers can reduce incidents that lead to falls and other injuries that could compromise an older adult’s well-being.

You never know when a health issue will happen, so it’s essential to have a place you feel safe and secure with staff willing to go above and beyond to make your loved one as comfortable as possible. It’s comforting for family members knowing that they will be able to call anytime if they need help, and someone will be there as soon as possible. When seniors are happy and cared for, their families become happy as well.

About Our Safe and Secure Neighborhoods at Discovery Village At Naples

Here at Discovery Village At Naples, we realize that being physically safe is as important as being mentally stable. To achieve a sense of security, we have a community watch team that patrols our neighborhoods both day and night. They must ensure your peace of mind by monitoring for any suspicious behavior or criminal activity. They also watch out for any potential issues with public health so you can always feel confident about your surroundings. All our loved ones are issued a membership card which will allow them to access most areas of our community with ease and without having to check in when entering or exiting through our doors.

Benefits of Having Safe and Secure Neighborhoods in Your Senior Living Community

A lot of us have heard stories about the poor treatment of seniors, neglect, and abuse. These are certainly not things you want to think about when considering assisted living for your loved one, but unfortunately, these stories do happen. That’s why all assisted living communities must be vigilant with their security systems, making sure that it is reported immediately if someone or something does enter their community. Doing so will ensure not only your loved one’s safety but also their emotional health as well. Discovery Village At Naples is committed to providing you with a safe environment where your family member can live happily, knowing they are protected at all times.

When Should You Consider Moving into a Senior Living Community?

The answer may be different for each person, but you need to consider these three questions before deciding whether or not it’s time to move into a senior living community.

  • How is your health?
  • Do you have friends and family who can help you?
  • Do you feel safe in your home?

Suppose your answers were yes to all three questions. In that case, you likely aren’t ready for a move into a senior community just yet, especially if other factors make a community a good fit for you, such as an active social life or great outdoor spaces. If your answers were no, it could mean it’s time to start looking at facilities nearby and checking them out during visits if possible.

Why Choose Discovery Village At Naples?

At Discovery Village At Naples, we are dedicated to providing a safe, secure environment that enhances our residents’ quality of life. We have implemented several precautions and procedures to ensure our residents are secure while they live with us. The idea behind each measure is simple: if something terrible happens, we want to know about it right away to take action. That means keeping an eye on things while also staying ahead of potential issues by monitoring facilities regularly. Our security system is monitored 24/7 by an active central station team that can respond quickly if there is ever an emergency situation involving your loved one or anyone else who lives with us.

To learn more about the exclusive senior lifestyle programs offered at Discovery Village At Naples, feel free to contact us at 239-309-7756 today.