Here to Help
The daily challenges of getting older often become barriers to living independently. Our Resident Service Coordinators (RSC) are onsite at every community to help reduce these obstacles by providing residents with access to a lifeline of tools and support.
This team of compassionate experts offers personalized assistance to each resident free of charge – to connect them with the local and national resources that will help them continue to live independently at home.
Our RSCs help everyday life go a little smoother for our residents with equal parts empathy and empowerment. There's an RSC onsite at every community, available to help residents connect with services and information that will support them in living a vital independent life.
A Better Day Starts Here
RSCs help residents with everything from routine tasks like home management and transportation, to health and wellness screenings, food and nutrition services, lease compliancy and much more.
When seniors have limited access to transportation, it can have a significant impact on their quality of life and mental health due to the isolation that can occur. Recognizing this, the Community Life Foundation brought on Resident Transportation in 2019 to provide a variety of transportation options for residents across the communities we serve. Whether it’s a fleet of electric cars, community vans, or connecting residents with local transportation resources, the Transportation team ensures consistent, reliable and safe transportation services for all residents. Not only does it help residents get to necessary appointments and attend to errands, it allows them to enjoy events and outings that keep them engaged and active in their surrounding communities.
Community Health Advocate
RN Support for Navigating Healthcare
To better serve residents’ needs for healthcare information and resources, the Community Life Foundation offers free services to residents from a Community Health Advocate who can help them navigate the complex and often-confusing aspects of healthcare. Not only can the Community Health Advocate help residents find qualified and available healthcare providers, they can also provide medication education, insurance assistance and help with healthcare documents and advocacy.