You Can Count On Us
At Senior Living Residences’ Assisted Living and Memory Support communities, our teams of eldercare professionals work seamlessly with you to ensure a smooth move-in and transition for any individual you refer to us.
Our commitment is to keep any and all promises made to you and your patients and clients. With integrity as one of our core “Right Values“, SLR has been a trusted name for 30 years among discharge planners, physicians, GCMs and elder law attorneys.
Here are the highlights of our referral process:
Same Day Assessments & Same Day Move-Ins
SLR communities are actively involved in the discharge planning process and conduct on-site assessments in hospitals, rehabilitation centers and nursing homes. We are able to handle same day assessments, as requested, for elders who need support and security immediately. Please contact an SLR community directly to arrange an assessment.
Prompt Communication & Support Throughout the Process
We offer information, support and prompt feedback to professionals and your patients and clients, from the initial research and decision-making phases, to the assessment and service plan development, to move-in and beyond.
Contact an SLR community!
Ayer, Nashoba Park
Bourne, Cape Cod Senior Residences
Brockton, Heights Crossing*
Brookline, Goddard House*
Canton, Cornerstone at Canton*
Cambridge, The Cambridge Homes
Cambridge, John F. Kennedy Apartments
Cambridge, Neville Place*
Concord, Concord Park*
Dorchester/Lower Mills, Standish Village*
Farmington, CT, Farmington Station*
Hampton, NH, Cornerstone at Hampton*
Malden, Forestdale Park*
Methuen, Methuen Village*
Milford, Cornerstone at Milford*
Ridgefield, CT, Ridgefield Station*
South Boston, Compass on the Bay*
Westfield, Armbrook Village*
* These communities feature a Compass Memory Support Neighborhood
Short-Term Respite & Trial Stays. NO MINIMUM, even in Memory Care
We offer short-term Post Hospital and Rehab Respite Stays and Trial Stays at most of our Assisted Living communities and all of our Compass Memory Support Neighborhoods®, for seniors transitioning from a hospitalization or rehab stay, and for those who want to try out a new living situation without a permanent commitment. Unlike most Assisted Living companies, we require NO MINIMUM LENGTH OF STAY, making this option more flexible and less expensive with one all-inclusive daily rate covering your patients’ and clients’ needs.
Experience with Long-Distance Placements
We often work with local families who move a relative from out of state to one of our communities to be closer to them. We also work with families who live far away whose elderly relative chooses to stay in the town they know and love. In either situation, we coordinate efforts with professionals and families to ensure a successful move.
Expertise in Financial Programs
SLR Executive Directors are well versed in the programmatic and eligibility features of various financial programs, including the Veterans Benefit, and work closely with referral partners to determine if a financial program would benefit your patient or client. Additionally, our on-site staff coordinates with local healthcare providers for Medicare-reimbursed services whenever possible, helping to keep residents’ healthcare costs down.
Ancillary Therapeutic Services
Our onsite nurses arrange for the provision of ancillary health and therapeutic services to residents if needed and/or requested, such as PT, OT and speech therapy. We serve as liaison with family members, physicians, visiting nurses, therapists, and other individuals involved in the care of residents.
Who can you refer to us?
Assisted Living Resident Profile
- Average age: between 80 and 95 years old
- Needs help with ADLs (activities of daily living):
72% with bathing, 50% with dressing
- Needs assistance with IADLs (instrumental activities of daily living):
80+% with med management & meal prep
- 75% have several of the top 10 chronic conditions: 57% high blood pressure, 40% dementia. Also: heart disease, depression, arthritis, osteoporosis, diabetes, COPD, cancer, stroke
- Most take 5+ medications per day
- Many have special diet requirements
- Mobile, but walkers and wheelchairs are common
- Many receive therapeutic services, such as PT, OT, speech therapy
- Some require agency skilled nursing, including wound and diabetic care and hospice/palliative services
- 70/30 split female/male
Please contact an SLR community to arrange a visit! Meeting our associates and residents, speaking with family members, and touring a building will give you a real feel for our passion and commitment to caring for our elders.