With the aging baby boomer population, the healthcare community is dealing with a growing number of senior citizens who require elder care, assisted living or memory care facilities. Added to that, the intensifying shortage of elder care aides and physicians in the U.S. has resulted in the modification of the core concepts of care in these facilities. At the same time, the prevalence of age-related diseases, including osteoporosis, arthritis, Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, has increased the need for qualified care personnel.
In this scenario, there is a growing need for reimagining the existing models of assisted living and memory care facilities to be more proactive and offer transformative solutions for senior care.
Sodalis Senior Living eclipses other providers by reshaping the delivery of elder care.
Sodalis Senior Living abides by its philosophy of ensuring residents a worry-free life with exceptional care from the company’s qualified staff. The company started in 1996 with a small memory care facility but has grown extensively, with facilities in 24 communities in Texas, Florida, and Georgia.
“We go beyond offering an acuity-based program to foster socialization in our facilities. Our tailor-made programs and activities are designed to help residents feel less isolated and revel in personal independence. Our innovative approach to wellbeing offers support when it’s needed, tailored to a resident’s specific situation and priorities,” states Traci L. Taylor-Roberts, President, Sodalis Senior Living.
Sodalis Senior Living: Redefining Quality of Care for Seniors
One of the core offerings of Sodalis Senior Living is its unique Bridge Program, which is transitional in the assisted and memory care environments. The company’s team realized that most facilities focused on assisted living residents and those needing high acuity memory care, while high-functioning dementia residents were lost in the mix. With the Bridge Program, Sodalis Senior Living serves people with early dementia and assists them with redirection and medical appointments, etc. It allows them to connect, learn, contribute, and have fun within the facility as they cohabitate with other residents. The program also ensures that married people can stay together and have friends and family nearby.
We go beyond offering an acuity-based program to foster socialization in our facilities. Our tailor-made programs and activities are designed to help residents feel less isolated and revel in personal independence
“We are constantly working toward improving our communities so that when people come in, they feel at home. At Sodalis Senior Living, we don’t just want our seniors to exist, but to truly live,” says Taylor-Roberts.
Traci’s love for spending time with elders since childhood has translated into Sodalis Senior Living’s progressive growth over the years. Her dedication and commitment have led the company to create meaningful workplaces that positively impact residents and families.