Senior Housing & CareSummary of Options
A Multitude Of Options, Based On Individual Need
There are so many options available today for seniors when it comes to housing and/or care. Depending on where someone is today including any medical conditions and financial parameters they have now and any that may affect them in the future, it’s important to understand how their needs may change over time.
Our goal is that your loved ones are ushered well into the later years of their lives. Too often, seniors are reluctant to leave the comfort of their own homes in fear that they will be worse-off than where they are today or that it’s “over” for them if they move.
The senior housing and care industry has been transforming over the years and there are many different types of options and opportunities for you or your loved ones to find care, more enjoyment, companionship, and activities to live life to the fullest.
Here are many of the options that are available to seniors.
Assisted Living – A community of where care support is available if and when needed with opportunities for social involvement, nutritious meals, activities and outings along with housekeeping and linen services. In short, opportunities to live everyday life with an extra helping hand.
Memory Care – Specialized, thoughtful care specifically designed for people suffering from Dementia.
Nursing Homes – Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNFs), Rehab Centers, generally where insurances pay for care for a period of time.
Independent Living & 55+ Communities – Live the golden years of senior life. Amenities within arms’ reach. Live an active and healthy lifestyle with others in more of a designed and pre-planned community where amenities and leisure is unlimited and upkeep of the grounds is part of the HOA dues or a service of the Independent Living Communities.
Adult Family Homes – When care needs are higher, a less expensive alternative to SNFs with more immediate attention.
In-Home Care – When home is a place they never want to leave. It’s a way to make that possible.
Respite Care – For those who provide care themselves 24/7 but need a break once in a while.
Hospice Care – Compassion and care for end of life care needs.
Continuing Care Retirement Communities – CCRCs are organizations which require an entrance fee that provides individuals a combination of housing options, accommodations, and health care services, depending on the level of care needed.