There are thousands of senior care and senior living options providing a broad range of care services, activities and amenities to choose from. We will save you time and connect you with the best assisted living, memory care, retirement communities and nursing homes in your area.
Assisted Living communities provide personal care with medication management, bathing, dressing and dietary requirements. Amenities typically include three meals a day, social activities, transportation, housekeeping and laundry. Most living spaces are designed for safety with walk-in showers, handrails, wide doorways for wheelchair access and emergency call services.
Memory care is designed to support the specific needs of residents with Alzheimer’s disease, memory loss and dementia. Many memory care facilities develop innovative educational and social programs that engage residents in the daily activities that slow memory loss and provide continuity through structured support.
Independent living communities are very similar to assisted living communities, providing neighborhoods where seniors can meet new people and live in a safe environment. They work well for people who are able to live at home on their own, but don’t have family nearby or want to be surrounded by a group of like-minded individuals in the same stage of life.
Skilled nursing, often called nursing homes or rehabilitation centers, cater to residents with serious health issues. They usually look more like a hospital or clinic and consist of shared bedrooms and bathrooms, compared to assisted living communities in which residents may have private apartments or suites.
Many assisted living communities provide Respite Care or short-term stay options for seniors who need assisted or personal care or who need memory care. They provide a home-away-from-home when the caregiver has events like vacation or out-of-town business travel, or when the senior has an illness or is discharged from the hospital and needs extra care beyond what you can provide.