Below are some high demand resources to help you make a more informed decision when selecting a health and facility related resource provider.
Assisted Living communities and smaller residential adult family homes for seniors are designed for those who require help with activities of daily living (i.e., bathing, feeding, dressing, etc.) but who don’t require the expertise of 24 skilled nursing care.
Learn about the vast array of services, both non-medical and medical, available to facilitate your ability to "age in place."
Having a conversation about long‐term care with an aging loved one can be difficult. We offer the following hints that may help to begin a conversation about housing options with your loved one.
Use this guide to get a better idea of the level of stress you are dealing with as a primary caregiver.