Low Income-Affordable :
Low income-affordable senior housing typically provides seniors, with a set or restricted income, rental assistance for living. Seniors with low incomes usually need to meet certain requirements to take advantage of this assistance oftentimes given through government assist programs. Low income-affordable housing communities normally are a possibility at 55+ communities, assisted living and independent living. Get in touch with Friendship Village Two now to find out what are the requirements for you loved ones to receive aid there.
Independent Living :
Independent Living Communities are residential areas created for senior adults that want a living space that requires minimal upkeep and provide a community feel. Seniors that usually live there need little or no aid and wish to enjoy life with other seniors nearby. Some independent living communities have age restrictions while other independent living communities attract all seniors. Because certain communities offer specific services and amenities, you should consult with a Friendship Village Two representative to check out the features at this community.
Home Care :
Home Care provides in-home supportive care for sick, disabled or aging persons that prefer to receive assistance in the comfort of their home. Caregivers usually deliver medical or personal services to seniors that need short-term or long-term attention. There are various types of home care, so make sure you check out Friendship Village Two to find out what's offered there.
Assisted Living :
Assisted Living typically is residential housing that supports seniors' independent lifestyle, but with senior assistance on hand. Seniors normally use this care service for everyday assistance with personal care and health care. Assisted Living can have a mixture of planned and unplanned basic activities. Getting in touch with Friendship Village Two is a great way to find out which services and amenities there match your needs.