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The Tides Assisted Living in Delaware

The Tides provides Assisted Living residences in the only full-service retirement community at the Delaware beach, Cadbury Senior Lifestyles Lewes. It is truly relaxed yet engaging assisted living in Delaware.

Assisted Living at Cadbury offers residents compassionate assistance with activities of daily living in a warm, family-like setting. We offer one and two-bedroom apartments with a kitchenette, living room, bedroom and private bath, including a barrier free shower. Residents enjoy a full schedule of activities designed to enhance their quality of life. Our goal is to create the most attractive and homelike environment for residents who need help to manage their daily lives, but provide the assistance in a manner that supports their independence and dignity.

For one monthly fee, residents receive three nutritionally-balanced meals daily, activities, bathing and dressing services, medication administration, weekly housekeeping and linen service, all utilities and emergency response system with 24-hour nursing on-site. The Community Center offers on-site amenities such as an indoor heated pool, fitness center, gift shop, restaurants, hair salon, library, creative arts studio and an auditorium for residents to enjoy.

Services included in monthly fee:

  • 24/7 nursing care and services
  • Medication administration program
  • Spacious apartment or suite style living
  • Three meals daily
  • Weekly housekeeping and linen service
  • Life-enriching cultural, spiritual, educational and social activities and events
  • Emergency response system
  • Scheduled transportation for recreational events
  • All utilities including basic cable service and local phone service
  • Secure sensory garden with walking paths

Optional on-site services available for an additional fee:

  • Physician
  • Therapy
  • Laboratory
  • Podiatry
  • Counseling
  • Beautician
  • Companion Services

FAQ

1. What is Assisted Living?

Assisted living provides a combination of housing and personalized services designed to help a resident with one or more activities associated with daily living, but not services that would be associated with a skilled nursing care resident facility, such as continuous, nursing care.

Assisted living provides services in a residential setting and emphasizes individual independence with as much support as is needed to be safe, secure and confident. It allows you to take control of your own life.

2. What kind of individual would benefit from living at The Tides Assisted Living option?

Anyone over the age of 62 who is increasingly challenged to manage and live in their current home or an individual who is concerned about managing their health care requirements.

3. My spouse/partner needs more assistance than I am able to provide. What are my options for him/her?

Since Cadbury is a continuing care retirement community, we will gladly review and assess your spouse/partner’s needs to determine what level of assistance would be most beneficial. Following this assessment, we will meet with you to discuss options and recommendations.

4. Who licenses assisted living residences in Delaware?

Assisted living residences are licensed by the State of Delaware under the Division of Long-Term Care and Resident Protection in the Department of Health and Social Services. On-site surveys are performed annually by the division.

5. How is assisted living different from skilled nursing?

At The Tides assisted living, our residents enjoy the advantage of a full apartment with a kitchenette and private bath, including a barrier-free shower. Residents can lock their apartment doors whenever they feel the need and are free to come and go at their leisure. We offer free transportation within the area to appointments and shopping. Although healthcare needs are supervised and managed by our nursing staff, residents are not “strictly” monitored as in a skilled nursing residence.

Our goal is to create the most attractive and homelike environment for residents who need help to manage their daily lives and provide assistance in a manner that supports one’s independence and dignity and enables an individual to maintain as active a lifestyle as possible.

6. Is there any limit to the level of care that a resident can receive in The Tides?

Yes, if a physician determines that skilled care is needed on an ongoing basis, residency at The Tides would not be appropriate. However, rehabilitative therapy services are available and can be provided while you are a resident of The Tides.

7. Can someone move to The Tides directly upon discharge from a hospital?

In most instances no. If you have a hospital stay that meets the Medicare requirements you may enjoy the Medicare benefits by moving temporarily to The Cove skilled nursing area. These benefits are not available in The Tides assisted living.

8. What is assisted living?

Assisted living is a licensed entity that provides a combination of housing and personalized services designed to help a resident with one or more activities associated with daily living, but not services that would be associated with a skilled nursing care resident facility, such as continuous, nursing care.

Assisted living provides services in a residential setting and emphasizes individual independence with as much support as is needed to be safe, secure and confident. It allows you to take control of your own life.

9. What kind of individual would benefit from living at The Tides Assisted Living option?

Anyone over the age of 62 who is increasingly challenged to manage and live in their current home or an individual who is concerned about managing their health care requirements.

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