It may be different world - but Mom and Dad still need care.

It may be a different world — but Mom and Dad still need care.

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Finding the best senior care options for Mom and Dad can be tricky. Add to it, the challenges of the different world we live in today, and it gets more complicated. Whether you are researching for yourself or a loved one, has gathered together many helpful and informative resources that will help you navigate this new landscape. We hope these resources will arm you with the information you need to make an informed decision with the peace of mind you deserve.

Let’s Start Off with Where You Are at Right Now

Just Getting Started

Resources for Those Just Beginning the Search for Senior Living Options

This section provides resources for those just starting to think about retiring to a senior living community. If you are the son or daughter and thinking you need to have a conversation with Mom or Dad — or if you’ve had the conversation and you’ve been asked to help them, many of these resources will be helpful to you as well!

Understanding Your Options

Understanding the Levels of Care and Senior Living Options Available

Not sure what the best option is for you? This section provides resources that help define the levels of care. For example, what is the difference between Independent Living and Assisted Living and Memory Care? What about Respite Care and Hospice Care? Learn what each has to offer.

Independent Living

Private apartment living with vibrant social activities for active seniors

Assisted Living

Ongoing support with daily routines, social connections, and freedom

Memory Care

Specialized cognitive programs and secure apartment living

Respite Care

Furnished apartments, attentive care, for short-term recovery and caregiver relief

Hospice Care

Partners in comfort, emotional, and spiritual support at the end of life

How to Go About Making the Decision

These decisions are hard! Choosing a new home can be a challenging life transition. Our heart is to be a trusted advisor for the Seniors we serve — and their families. We know a thing or two about retirement living. After all, we’ve been helping and caring for Seniors for more than 60 years. These resources will be helpful to you and your family as you make the decision.

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