There’s a common misconception that assisted living communities aren’t suitable for introverts. This mindset can stem from the fact that assisted living communities are based in a social setting and generally encourage residents to mingle around, which can intimidate introverts. However, at Caruth Haven Court, we ensure to provide an environment that’s comfortable for everyone, regardless of their social traits. As a matter of fact, assisted living can even be great for introverts, let us explain why.
Caruth Haven Court boasts a wide range of events and activities in our social calendar. Whether it’s physical sports or the book club, residents have the freedom to pick and choose activities they feel most inclined in. Of course, your loved one’s mobility and fitness levels do play a part in what activities are available to them. For introverts, some of the more popular activities include arts and crafts, fun games, and music.
Boundaries Are Set
If your loved one is an introvert or simply prefers to be alone, it’s crucial for them to set personal boundaries for them to protect their own feelings and preserve energy. This action does take some practice, which is why we have taken the liberty to organize activities in a safe and controlled environment. At Caruth Haven Court, residents have the option to select solo activities or join a smaller group of friends, whatever makes them comfortable.
Live at Their Own Pace
In assisted living communities such as Caruth Haven Court, residents are allowed to create their own schedules and daily routines. Our team of professionals is also more than delighted to provide advice on creating a productive schedule that works best for your loved one. What’s more, residents are not pressured nor rushed to participate and complete any activities.
Introverts would find themselves right at home at Caruth Haven Court. Our apartments are maintenance-free and well-furnished, so your loved ones do not have to worry about housekeeping and any other domestic duties while staying here. Since residents are given their own space to relax and recharge, they have the utmost privacy yet are not deprived of independence, which is appealing for introverts.
Staff Members Become Second Families
As staff members at assisted living communities are experienced in dealing with the earlier generation, they are able to form a closer relationship with your loved one. Introverts tend to be more open with people who they can trust, which is why employees are actively bonding with all residents. In time, staff members will be like a second family, thus contributing to a stable community overall.
Contact Caruth Haven Court Today
At Caruth Haven Court, residents are encouraged to lead a happy and healthy life on their own accord, making it perfect for introverts. If you like to know more about our assisted living community, please feel free to reach out by calling 469.423.9186 today. You can even schedule a tour around our community to get a first-hand look at the amenities offered.