Understand Your Options
Many seniors want to live in their home as long as possible. Unfortunately, mental and physical deterioration may eventually make this impossible. Now more than ever, however, there are several senior care alternatives. Whether it's home health care, independent living communities, adult day programs, assisted living facilities, or a nursing home, there are many options to consider.
Before making any decisions about your loved one, however, it's important to understand your options, the level of care they will require, how best to help them transition to a new home, and what type of environment will help promote their lifestyle, safety, comfort, and independence.
No matter what you decide the transition will be difficult. Finding the right solution, however, will minimize the impact on both you and your loved one.
Find Assisted Living
Assisted living is perfect for people who just need help with daily tasks, but don't need full-time care.
Find a Hospice
Hospice care can make the final days comfortable for your loved ones.
Find Adult Day Programs
Staying active is key to a long and healthy life. Find Senior Care day programs near you!
Find Home Health Agencies
In home health care is a convenient option for receiving health care in the comfort of your own home.
Find Independendent Living Communities
Maintaining independence is an important part of the aging process. Find communities for independent living.
Find Memory Care Help
Patients dealing with Alzheimers or Dementia need special help. Find the right Memory Care facility near you.