Retirees who are planning to relocate into an opulent senior living community want to live in an environment that is safe and secure. To this end, The Trace maintains multiple security protocols as well as a protective detail that is available 24/7 to look after residents.
About Our Senior Living Safety Measures
In order to gain access to the grounds, each visitor must enter through the check-in area where they will be screened prior to entry. This goes for guests as well as service operators and vendors.
Benefits of Having Safety Measures in Your Senior Living Community
While The Trace is structured to provide residents with as much independence and autonomy as possible, there are certain measures that must be maintained in order to protect everyone. Examples of these include:
- Emergency Call System: Each private residence is equipped with an emergency call system that will enable residents to get in touch with the staff or security team in the event of an emergency. This can be lifesaving in a scenario where a member sustains a stroke or heart attack.
- Protection Against Hurricanes: Louisiana is a prime target for hurricanes that can cause significant property damage and loss of life. We’ve therefore implemented a number of procedures designed to assist residents during such storms including evacuation protocols, and the buildings are made with wind and impact-resistant materials.
When Should You Consider Moving into a Senior Living Community?
Aging retirees are particularly vulnerable to attack and predation by criminals of all types. Those who are 65 years of age and older are often perceived as being easy targets since they tend to have greater frailty with a reduced capacity to defend themselves, and many criminals assume that they have large amounts of money or valuables which can be seized.
Why Choose The Trace’s Senior Living Community?
By becoming a member of our community you’ll never be alone. To learn more about living in The Trace, feel free to contact us today.