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Our mission is to provide you and your family with the peace of mind to make the right decision with ease. It’s important to connect with a senior care advisor to determine custom options based on your individual needs, wants, location, and to find current availability.

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Our Senior Care Advisors strive to give families all the information they need to make the most informed decision about their senior care options. Sometimes mom and dad are ready to downsize and move into an assisted living community. Sometimes a family member needs more care but isn’t quite ready to move out of their home yet. And sometimes a family member needs 24-hour care in a different facility to help them for health reasons.
Our process is designed with you in mind and is directed to being the best advocate for you and your family’s care needs. We walk you through the entire process from the time we meet to moving into a care facility. We pride ourselves in making strong connections with families, having a clear idea of what is needed, and staying in touch to make sure things are going well. Whatever the case, our Senior Care Advisors can help your family figure out the best option in any given situation.

SENIOR CARE LIVING OPTIONS

In Home Care Services

In-home care services can provide seniors with personalized care at their home when they prefer to live on their own. For many individuals, in-home care is the ideal option for physical health, safety, and well-being. It allows them to remain in a familiar environment and receive assistance with many daily activities. This is why in-home care is one of the most popular senior options available.[read more]

Assisted Living Facilities

Assisted living facilities are residential communities designed for the elderly. The variety of senior care alternatives is far greater than it was even just a generation ago. As people age, they are likely to require an increasing level of help with daily activities. For a time, this need may be met by an in-home provider. When remaining at home becomes impractical, moving to an assisted living facility is usually the next step. [read more]

Adult Family Homes

Adult family homes house two to six residents, and are available to anyone over 18 who needs support or supervision. The homes include such amenities as a room, laundry service, personal care and licensed supervision. Services vary according to the needs of each resident, as well as the capabilities of each provider.These adult care homes encourage residents to make the accommodations feel like home, including decorating with personal belongings  [read more]

Memory Care

Memory care residences provide housing, specially trained medical staff, secure, relaxing space for recuperation, and permanent residence of memory-impaired or geriatric patients experiencing Alzheimer’s or dementia symptoms.
Ensuring your loved one is taken care of physically, mentally and emotionally in a memory care facility can make a marked difference to how their brain reacts to the aging process and how well they retain their memory.[read more]

Senior Living Blog

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Life-Saving Devices for Seniors

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What Kind of Whole Life Policy is Best for Seniors?

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Veteran’s Directed Home Services Program

Individuals enrolled in the Veteran’s Administration (VA) health care system may qualify for a program that provides both funds and flexibility for veterans to hire caregivers, including family members, and receive services to assist […]

Affording Long-Term Senior Care

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Alzheimer’s vs. Dementia

It is hard for anyone to face the hard truth of Alzheimer’s or any other illness that may cause cognitive impairment and memory loss. Necessary activities such as bathing and going to the bathroom may become an ordeal when […]

Nursing Home for Seniors: 10 Points To Consider

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Aging and Memory Loss

About 1 of every 5 Americans in their 70s experiences some form of mild memory loss. When an older adult begins to experience memory loss, they may experience role confusion. They might feel they are no longer a productive member of society. This […]

Fall Prevention Exercises for the Elderly

As individuals age, bone and muscle mass diminishes, vestibular systems are weakened and falls become more common. Fall-related injuries make up about one-quarter of hospitalizations in the elderly, and senior citizens without balance and strengt […]