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FINDING THE BEST CHOICE
We help families find the “best choice” for their loved one when living independently is no longer the right choice.READ MORE
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Not sure how to compare options for senior living? We will guide you. We are local, Certified Senior Care Advisors helping individuals and families find the best options for their current and future needs. Ask about our extensive knowledge of your area, and we’ll outline comparisons of the best choices to provide you with a safe and comfortable senior living experience.
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Regardless of age, seniors have differences in activity level and lifestyle priorities. Independent living communities create a safe and enjoyable environment for residents who are ages 55 and better. These senior-friendly buildings are secured with keys and codes and are designed for people who can care for themselves or with some family or hired assistance. The apartments are beautifully equipped with all the conveniences and privacy of home. You’ll find social areas such as a community kitchen and dining room, living room, activity area, and porch or patio. A library, hair salon, exercise room, garden plots, and garages are also typical. A daily routine might include a coffee hour, craft event, religious service, presentation from a community leader, holiday bazaar, game or puzzle time, potluck dinner, day trip, or movie night. In some locales, you’ll find that 55+ living also includes an option of assisted living on the same extended premises.
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You’ll be excited to know that safe and secure assisted living options are available to your loved ones. When family is not readily available for daily assistance, this option provides on-site staff, comfort, and companionship. Residents receive help with basic needs such as meals, personal care, dispensing medications, laundry, changing linens, cleaning, and vacuuming. There could be other amenities as well such as physical therapy or medical aid. These efficiency apartments will offer a studio-style kitchen with microwave and refrigerator, and you can expect shower-safe accessories and a medical alert system for safety. Social activities much like those in the 55+ communities are provided in common areas. Depending on location, you might find memory care options available at the same address. This eases the transition if a resident requires memory care later, and it keeps family members in residence close to each other if requiring different levels of care.
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Who can benefit from memory care? Memory care communities are designed to provide a safe environment for people struggling with mid- to late-stage memory conditions. As the memory of your loved one starts to fail, you want to ensure their safety and wellbeing. Here, you’ll find qualified care for those with Alzheimer’s or dementia. The living arrangements can be located within an assisted living community or a stand-alone, residential setting. The buildings are locked with key or code entry/exit, and the design is simple and consistent to create comfort and familiarity with the surroundings. The staff is trained to anticipate and care for memory-loss events with patience and grace. Residents are encouraged to socialize, participate in activities they enjoy, and welcome visiting family and friends. You will often find soothing amenities such as comfortable patios, aquariums of colorful fish, viewing cages of parakeets and finches, and musical entertainment.
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When you need the most skilled and comprehensive care for your loved one, a nursing home is often considered as an option. This can be the permanent choice for seniors needing 24/7 care in a safe environment and is often paired with a Medicaid program. The nursing home care center is staffed with care workers, doctors, nurses, social workers, physical therapists, occupational therapists, and respiratory therapists. This is also where you’ll see people of all ages recuperating and healing under the care of these professional teams for a short-term rehabilitation stay after an injury or surgery. These days, we see fewer seniors opting for this choice because of the wide variety of senior care choices now available. Most seniors are choosing to reside and receive care at an assisted living or memory care community with the wide range of services provided by qualified personnel in a relaxed, comfortable setting.
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