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Assisted Living can Feel Like Home


A sense of belonging and social purpose can be provided by an assisted living community. Having someone around who can relate with, empathize with, and even laugh at shared problems might help older folks maintain their optimism. Assisted living is intended to give residents the freedom to live their lives as they see fit.

There is no better way to make assisted living feel like home than to refer to it as such — remember, this is a mental adjustment as much as a physical one — so begin referring to the new place as home.

Bring your loved one to the assisted living facility in Surprise, Arizona frequently before the relocation so that you may both become acquainted with the staff, meet other residents, and become comfortable with the schedule. This will put your loved ones at peace in their new home.

Moving away from a familiar setting can be frightening for your elderly loved one. Empathize with them and be patient as they acclimate to their new surroundings. The finest thing you can do is show your support as your loved one adjusts to their new surroundings.

Assisted living is truly a place where you may feel at ease and be treated as if you were a member of the family. Our senior living in Arizona is among the best, so you can rest assured that your loved ones are in good hands.

VIP Assisted Living LLC tailors its services to your senior loved ones’ specific needs. Bingo, card games, movie night, sing-a-longs, chair exercises, and other exciting activities are available.

We provide respite care for family caregivers to make your job easier and give you time to take care of yourself.

Call us right now at 602-317-5005.

Making Your Senior’s Room Feel Like Home


Big changes can be stressful for older adults. Especially if these changes involve new living arrangements and unfamiliar faces. Too much stress can affect your loved one’s overall health and may possibly lead to health complications.

To help you and your elderly loved one out, VIP Assisted Living LLC is here to give a few tips on how you can make your senior’s room in their Assisted Living Facility in Surprise, Arizona feel like home:

  • Downsize mindfully

    Senior Living in Arizona often involves smaller spaces. This means that you will need to purge your loved one’s belongings. It’s not easy to part with the things you have been using or keeping for years, so be sure to be as patient as possible. A great way to start is to ask your loved ones which items they want to bring with them in assisted living.

  • Use familiar furnishing

    If your loved one’s favorite furniture fits their new room, make sure to make use of them. This will help make your loved one’s new room feel homier. You can also find furniture that resembles the ones they have at home.

  • Bringing mementos

    Moving to a new place can make anyone feel homesick, and a little lonely. Bringing a few mementos can really help in comforting your senior, and ease their transition into a new living space.

We hope these tips prove useful in your loved one’s move. If you are on the lookout for an assisted living community, or in need of Respite Care, feel free to give us a call at 602-317-5005.

The Benefits of Playing Bingo, and It’s Not Just the Fun

When you visit our assisted living facility in Surprise, Arizona, you’ll see that we have a variety of leisurely activities for our residents. There’s movie night on some weekends, and on some days, everyone gets together in the common room for a game of Bingo.

Bingo is actually very popular among assisted living facilities like ours. It’s fun, and it gets the elderly together for some socialization. It also has several benefits for our grandfathers and grandmothers, which younger people can enjoy too!

Let’s take a look at why bingo is beneficial for senior living in Arizona:

  • It helps boost concentration.
    As we grow older, it becomes more difficult for us to maintain our concentration. When you play Bingo, however, you’ll have to train yourself to concentrate, not only on the card but also on the numbers being called. It’ll be difficult at first, especially when you play multiple cards, but your brain will adjust in time.
  • Your hand-eye coordination improves.
    You’ll need a lot of hand-eye coordination skills to accurately place your marker on the number, which you should also do as fast as you can. Frequently playing Bingo (as long as you don’t bet) helps both the elderly and younger people keep their reflexes sharp.
  • It enhances your emotional health.
    Last but not the least, playing Bingo provides a fun-filled pastime that can help distract your mind from stress. Living away from their families can be emotionally draining for seniors, but Bingo can help provide a much-needed diversion.

Visit us now at VIP Assisted Living LLC. If you need respite care, we’ll be happy to provide a caregiver for your elderly at home too.