Because everyone has unique a lifestyle and needs, review and compare the living options for your area. You can find the right service regardless of whether you need nursing care, want living assistance, or are completely independent.
If you do not require nursing care or help with most daily tasks, but you are interested in living in a community of active seniors you might be interested in independent senior living. Activities like sports, crafts, gardening, cultural activities and educational classes keep residents social, entertained and fit.
There are more advanced care supports available for seniors who need assistance with daily tasks in assisted care communities. Find support with meal preparation, bathing, grooming and laundry, as well as entertainment, exercise and socialization activities.
Symptoms of aging or a debilitating disease can be difficult to care for without medical professionals. For seniors with medical conditions and concerns, nursing homes can provide the best care with on-staff doctors and nurses, and of course, assisted care attendants.
As you age, you may need to increase your level of care. Continuing care retirement communities offer residents a living community that has adjustable levels of support and care so that you can progress gracefully and without the upsetting hassle of moving facilities.