I have been at Palmcrest for one year. It is the BEST move I could have ever made. The staff and the residents have been warm, friendly and helpful. I would highly recommend Palmcrest to others!
-Megan R
My decision to move to Palmcrest was perfect for me. I can live independently and at the same time enjoy the support of an active and caring community.
-Greta W
I have been very happy here with the wonderful staff, the congenial atmosphere, the good food and great care. If you come to Palmcrest you’ll find old friends and make new ones.
-Betty D
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question How do I begin planning for retirement?
Answer You should begin planning several years before the date you have set for retirement so that you will know what is required to continue certain benefits into retirement.
question What is Assisted Living?
Answer Assisted Living is both a housing and health care option for seniors. Generally, most Assisted Living residents need assistance with two or more activities of daily living (ADLs)such as assistance with bathing, hygiene, dressing and medications. Popular benefits for seniors in need of Assisted Living services include increased socialization with peers,enhanced nutritional status, and greater compliance with medications.
question Does Medicare pay for Assisted Living?
Answer No, Medicare does not pay for Assisted Living. However, Long Term Care Insurance policies are becoming more popular and include Assisted Living options.
question How can I enroll my family member in Palmcrest Adult Day Care Program?
Answer Please call our business office at 562-595-4551 or visit our beautiful residence. Each applicant is asked to complete our application packet. This can be mailed or faxed to you upon request.
question What is dementia?
Answer Many different conditions and diseases cause dementia. The term “dementia” is used loosely to describe severe memory loss and impairment in other thinking (or “cognitive”) abilities that interfere with the individual’s daily life and social interactions.
question What is Alzheimer’s disease?
Answer Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a specific type of dementia. It is a progressive, degenerative disease that causes slow decline of nerve cells in the brain. Individuals with Alzheimer’sdisease experience progressive and irreversible loss in thinking abilities, including language and memory. Changes are also witnessed in mood, personality, sleep-wake cycles, and behavior. In AD nerve cells involved in learning and short-term memory are affected early which is the reason memory loss is an early symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease.