Long-Term Care for Seniors
A bit more intensive than independent living and assisted living, long-term care refers to a continuum of medical and social services designed to support the needs of older adults living with chronic health problems. These problems may affect their ability to perform every day activities such as eating, bathing, dressing, or getting in and out of bed or a chair. The need for long-term care often stems from disability, chronic illness, or cognitive impairment.
Walker Methodist communities provide long-term care for seniors in a vibrant, comfortable setting. Our long-term care communities allow older adults to participate in exciting social events and outings, enjoy restaurant-quality dining in our own private dining room, and receive personalized health care.
Long-term care communities can provide seniors with a comfortable transition from living at home to living elsewhere. When you're exploring long-term care options in MN, explore Walker Methodist's long-term care options.