The Lantern differentiates itself from other assisted living communities because of its unique offering- Fountain Of Life. Two offerings titled “Brain Power” and ‘Svayus” are the centerfold of Fountain of Life program. This state-of-the art program is offered for the first time in the country. This program was created and designed as a result of extensive research. These two offerings are designed to facilitate and promote healthy aging. These programs focus on activities and behaviors that will integrate seniors and family to increase life expectancy.
Senior citizen living here feel like family. That’s because we appreciate the value of connectedness & go above & beyond to make everyone feel welcome and loved.
All our senior living communities offer 24/7 nursing assistance that leaves nothing up to chance.
Lantern lifestyle offers curated menus, drafted by registered dieticians, to meet varying nutrition needs across our respite care services.
Our assisted living communities afford a maintenance-free lifestyle where your loved one can meet new friends and enjoy their best years. Let’s discuss your needs and our senior care service.Get Appointment
The choice to relocate to an assisted living community can seem overwhelming for numerous reasons. We understand that.
Let's get started because there are so many frequently asked questions about assisted living. The four most typical queries we get are listed below, along with our responses:
Generally speaking, assisted living refers to a neighborhood where seniors (65+) are encouraged to maintain their independence while receiving occasional support with daily tasks. These regular responsibilities range from getting dressed and taking a shower to assistance with your medications. Top assisted living facilities recognize and value independence while maintaining the right amount of support.
While there are many differences between assisted living and nursing home living, the most significant one is that nursing homes in Staten Island do make medical services and people consistently available. but assisted living does not. Nursing home living is not assisted living. This difference is significant.
Here are just a handful of the many advantages of assisted living, while the list is lengthy:
The usual monthly cost of living in an assisted living facility is from $3,500 to $7,500. The vast variety is due to elements like location and the quantity and kind of services provided. Ask for a detailed description of what is covered and what would require further payment while studying prices.