Safety & Wellness at Ecumenical Retirement Community
Many seniors express a desire to remain in their current homes as they age, and while this may offer comfort, it might not always ensure the highest level of safety. At Ecumenical Retirement Community, our paramount concern revolves around the safety and welfare of our residents. As you explore our campus, you’ll notice evident safety and well-being initiatives integrated throughout both the living spaces and the campus. Yet, beyond what is apparent, there are measures being implemented behind the scenes that contribute an added layer of reassurance to our residents and their families
- Efforts to mitigate the risk of falls encompass features such as level thresholds, ramps, handrails along hallways, spacious corridors, accessible walk-in showers with low or no-entry points, bathroom grab bars, and effective lighting. These attributes facilitate safer mobility for those with challenges related to movement or vision, enabling them to sustain their independence for extended periods.
- Emergency call systems are thoughtfully distributed across the living quarters and even in public restrooms, ensuring effortless access to assistance when needed. For the well-being of memory care residents, secured doors and private outdoor spaces are in place within these designated neighborhoods.
- In assisted living and memory care areas, professional assistance is readily available for tasks like dressing, bathing, and transferring, effectively curbing the risk of falls and injuries.
- Residents of assisted living and memory care can get professional help dressing, bathing and transferring, which helps prevent falls and injuries.
- To further promote health, flu clinics are readily accessible across all campuses, offering residents the convenience of receiving flu shots.
If you have any questions for our team, please call our toll-free Ask Us Message line at 1-855-772-2734 or email us at Questions@EcumenicalRetirement.org.