“My friends and family all remark how well I look and have decided I made the right decision moving to Allegro Senior Living. I think I have too!”
- Allegro Resident
“We wish to thank you for the wonderful work you and your staff have been doing. My father has been a resident for the past three years. We are totally impressed with the professionalism and camaraderie of your staff at all levels.”
- Daughter of Allegro Resident
“I can only speak well of Allegro. All areas deserve a well done. Keep up your good work to seniors. I am speaking as a 9+ year resident of Allegro Senior Living.”
- Allegro Resident
One of life’s most difficult transitions can be when an adult child becomes the caregiver for their parent. The role reversal can be tough for everyone involved. For the caregiver, it is emotionally and physically exhausting. No one wants to watch a parent’s health decline. For the proud family elder, accepting help can be awkward and uncomfortable. It’s much easier to deny that they need assistance and insist they can handle things on their own. If you find yourself in this situation, know that you aren’t alone. Researchers who explored this issue found that 77% of adult children consider their parents to be stubborn! This is a generation of older adults known for their strong work ethic. Accepting that they need help doesn’t come easily. What can you do to keep a senior parent safe while still protecting their pride and sense of independence? It starts by being patient and trying to see things from the parent’s perspective.
Today’s senior living communities are remarkably different from senior housing options a few decades ago. The industry has evolved to meet the needs of a more active and engaged senior generation. Not content to ride out retirement from home, they are looking for communities that help them continue to thrive in later years. With seniors like Betty White, Jane Fonda, and Carl Reiner setting the standard for aging, senior living communities have refined their programs and services to meet changing demand. Unfortunately, many negative stereotypes and myths about the industry persist. And they often cause seniors to delay moving to a senior living community. We thought it would help if we took time to separate the facts from fiction when it comes to senior living.
Each year Allegro recognizes outstanding associates at our communities. Winners are nominated by peers and selected by a unanimous panel of judges. One of our company values is ‘We Commit to Excellence’ and these associates bring this value to life.Watch Video
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