A planned community that caters to those age 55 and over. The homes and amenities are geared towards those seeking a low maintenance, secure and active lifestyle that is kid-free. Health services are not usually offered in this setting.
Independent living is a great option for seniors who can manage their daily living activities and are looking for a maintenance-free lifestyle that offers security and companionship. Hospitality services like dining, housekeeping and more are provided, along with amenities that promote health and engagement.
Assisted living offers personalized care such as help with bathing, dressing, medication assistance and more in a residential setting. Memory Care is also a type of Assisted Living that specifically focuses on the needs of those with cognitive impairment, including Alzheimer's and related dementias.
A licensed, healthcare facility that provides 24 hour care for those with complex medical issues. Some examples of skilled care that is offered in this environment include physical, speech and occupational therapy, wound care, IV therapy and more.
Traditionally called continuing care retirement communities, this lifestyle offers peace of mind knowing that as one's healthcare needs change, progressive levels of care are offered on-site. There are 3 distinct types of CCRC's that determine how future care is paid for.
Home care offers support services with activities of daily living for those wishing to stay in their own home. Support can be offered a few hours a day or around the clock as needed. Two types of home care exist: medical and non-medical.