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421 N Poplar St, Charlotte, NC, 28287

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845-B CATES ST, Charlotte, NC, 28287

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3424 Oak Arbor Ln, Charlotte, NC, 28287

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1407 SPRING ST, Charlotte, NC, 28287

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3501 Wheatley Ave, Charlotte, NC, 28287

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1110 Rising Oak Dr, Charlotte, NC, 28287

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820 Villa Ct, Charlotte, NC, 28287

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3115 Creighton Dr, Charlotte, NC, 28287

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1518 Briar Creek Rd, Charlotte, NC, 28287

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1505 Parker Dr, Charlotte, NC, 28287

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What is Alzheimer’s Care?

The facilities offer care that fosters residents' individual skills and interests in an environment that helps to diminish confusion and agitation. Specialty services are provided in a secure environment, such as activity programs designed to include reality orientation classes and specially trained professional staff skilled in handling the behavior associated with memory impairments. Many facilities that specializein Alzheimer's or related dementia disorders have building design features that assist with the problems associated with this disease: color-coded hallways, visual cues, and secure wandering paths for additional security... Read more

Senior Care Data Points

What is the percentage of seniors in the United States, who are preferring to stay at home as they grow older and age?

More people are choosing to remain in their homes as they age. Various studies on aging, including a 2009 AARP study, have found that up to 89% of seniors want to live in their own homes as long as possible. The senior population has become the fastest growing segment in the United States; thus, the need for home care businesses will continue to increase.

Source: Genworth Cost of Care Survey 2015

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