Find all the options for assisted care, nursing care, or independent living available in your area. No person is similar and no service is right for everyone so find the right service for your lifestyle.
If you are more interested in sports, crafts, gardening, cultural activities or educational classes, rather than cleaning and maintenance for a house and yard, independent senior living might be the right care option for you. Independent care is for seniors who are interested in staying social, entertained and fit.
Check out assisted care if you have no need for a medical nurse but do want support in daily tasks such as meal preparation, bathing, grooming and laundry. You can also often find activities to stay entertained, fit and social as well
Nursing homes are great for aging seniors who have medical concerns, such as symptoms of aging or a debilitating disease. Of course, assisted care is incorporated into nursing facilities, but nursing facilities primarily offer on-site medical care with doctors and nurses on staff.
Find all three levels of care when you choose a continuing care retirement community. These communities prevent the upsetting hassle of moving communities when increasing or altering the level of care you desire.