Personalized Care


Pairing William with physical therapy and setting up a plan that fit his lifestyle was the start of his journey, but extra support at every level – from care to dining and everyone in between – made his dream a reality.

At The Fremont Senior Living, we understand that personalized care means caring for more than just a person’s physical needs. Each department contributes to the social, spiritual, and emotional support of each resident so they can live life to the fullest.


Working together to care for the whole person

Physical

Physical care is about far more than just helping residents with personal care needs. Our bodies require the services of the entire community – sustenance from culinary, exercise with resident services, and sometimes even additional help from an outside agency like physical therapy.

Mental

Living and enjoying life are, unfortunately, not always the same thing. Holistic care is about engaging with the kind of activity you find stimulating. From intellectual events like Coffee & Conversation to opportunities for continuing education, we are focused on the mental wellness of residents. For residents with memory loss, our support systems are focused on maximizing each resident’s independence.

Social

Social interaction is a biological imperative, bottom line. Whether you are a social butterfly or a private person, know you have the support of a community of residents and staff interested in your wellbeing.

Spiritual

Regardless of your faith or religion, spiritual support is a core function of living a happy, healthy, independent life. Holistic care means providing residents the opportunity to express and participate in events that are spiritually fulfilling.

Emotional

Chronic depression is an epidemic among the elderly in our country. Senior living is the best of few real solutions. Our environment is specifically created to support and care for the physical, mental, social, and spiritual needs of each resident. Our aim is to create an atmosphere that encourages curiosity, interest, engagement, and joy.