Your choice of a senior living community is as individual as you are. There is no clear-cut, step-by-step template that tells you exactly when it is time to consider a senior living community, whether that be an independent living community, assisted living community or nursing home. However, you will notice the signs that some assistance is needed, such as inability to manage a home’s upkeep, assistance with preparing meals and eating at appropriate times, medication management, loneliness, and other issues.

Change can be challenging for anyone and everyone copes with it differently. It may take a few days to feel settled in to your new home, or a bit longer. The Courtyards will help you or your loved one get there. The keys to success are preparation, a positive attitude, patience and understanding, and a strong support network. Rest assured that our staff is experienced, ready and willing to assist with the process. Don’t be shy about asking questions or seeking assistance. We will make the move a positive experience, and someone will be there each step along the way -whether it be our compassionate staff, or your new friends and neighbors.

We will ask you to walk us through a day in your life. Your apartment will be personalized with your favorite chair or the same bedside reading lamp from your old home. You don’t need new furniture – bring your favorite things to The Courtyards! Enjoy gardening? We will make sure you have your own gardening table. We encourage you to make a memory album of meaningful pictures so that we may add to it in your new home.

Our promise to you – you will feel welcome and at home at The Courtyards.


Fill out our questionnaire below to find out if The Courtyards may be the right choice for you:

I am completing this questionnaire for:

Myself Spouse Parent Other

Do you (or your loved one) currently need in-home support 24 hours per day?

Yes No

Do any of the following apply to you (or your loved one)?

  • Difficulty walking and/or getting in or out of bed (or a chair)?
  • Trouble eating the right amount of food, keeping a balanced diet, and/or physical barriers to eating properly?
  • Unsteady and/or prone to falling?
  • Trouble getting dressed and/or grooming?
  • Trouble toileting or bathing?
  • Trouble taking and/or managing medication?
Yes No

Have you (or your loved one):

  • Stayed at a hospital, skilled nursing or rehab facility, or assisted living facility?
  • Had an inpatient stay in the last six (6) months?
Yes No

Are you (or your loved one) still under the care of a doctor based on your previous facility stay and/or inpatient experience?

Yes No

Have you (or your loved one) ever wandered away from home (on foot or via car) or felt disoriented or lost?

Yes No

Have you (or your loved one) been diagnosed with dementia from possible Alzheimers disease, a stroke or another related health matter?

Yes No

Do you (or your loved one) have trouble remembering things such as paying your bills each month?

Yes No










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