Great senior care means being on good terms with the local fire department

Posted By on November 8, 2017

Senior care facility is 42 seconds away from fire station

Senior care facility 42 seconds away from fire station

Lakewood Villa is 42 seconds away from the local fire station. EMTs can get here quickly. EMTs have easy access.

The senior care facility where your loved ones reside should be close to a fire station. Lakewood Villa is close to the local fire station. They have fire fighters and EMTs (Emergency Medical Technicians) available 24 hours a day. If something happens, we can call 911 and get an EMT here within 42 seconds. The fire station is literally right down the street.

Not only are they nearby, but we are also on good terms with them. We include the local fire station staff in our Thanksgiving celebrations. We make sure they get goodies after Christmas, Easter and many other special events. They know who we are and we know who they are. It’s part of being a good neighbor.

How far away?

As you look at where mom is staying these days, ask how far away the closest fire station and EMTs are. Ask if they know your senior citizen mom is nearby. Ask how they would get to her quickly in an emergency. Ask if you have a door wide enough for their gurneys. Ask if they can get to your bedrooms without marching through mud or up stairs. Ask if someone on the street can find your home easily, after dark. Lakewood Villa can help. Call (916) 682-2867 or visit today.

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About the Author

Vixcent Villaluna is the Licensee of Lakewood Villa, a premier residential care facility offering senior care and assisted living in Sacramento, California. Although many assisted living facilities are in Sacramento, you probably want a place for mom where she can feel safe, warm and loved. Lakewood Villa has staff onsite 24/7 to provide the assisted living and senior care to make mom comfortable in the Autumn of her days. Visit or call (916) 682-2867 today for a tour of our residential care home.


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