Educating Yourself On Senior Living

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Educating Yourself On Senior Living

Explanation of Housing Options

Whether your search for senior housing is prompted by a serious medical condition or the desire for a lifestyle change, finding the right place to live can be challenging and stressful for both you and your family. However, the earlier you assess your current needs and how those needs may evolve over time Read More

What are your senior housing options?

Aging is a time of adaptation and change, and planning your future housing needs is an important part of ensuring that you continue to thrive as you get older. Of course, every older adult is different, so the senior housing choice that’s right for one person may not be suitable for you. The key to making the Read more.

Assisted living facility, retirement community, or independent living?

The names of the different types of housing options can sometimes be confusing, as the terminology can vary from region to region. For example, the term “assisted living” can mean one thing in one state or country and something slightly different elsewhere. However, in general, Read More

Aging in place.

Staying at home as you age has the advantage of keeping you in a familiar place where you know your neighbors and the community. You can take advantage of home care services and make home repairs or modifications to make your life easier and safer.
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Independent living

This is any housing arrangement designed exclusively for seniors. Other terms include retirement communities, retirement homes, senior housing, senior apartments, or any housing friendlier to older adults. Members of a “village” access specialized programs and services, such as transportation to the grocery store, home health care, or help with household chores, as well as a network of social activities with other village members.
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Assisted living facility

Also known as residential care, board and care, congregate care, adult care home, adult group home, alternative care facility, or sheltered housing. Assisted living is housing option for those who need help with some activities of daily living, including minor help with medications.
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Nursing Homes.

A nursing home normally offers the highest level of care for older adults outside of a hospital.
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Continuing Care Retirement Community

Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs) are facilities that include independent living, assisted living, and nursing home care in one location, so seniors can stay in the same general area as their housing needs change over time. There is normally the cost of buying a unit in the community as well as monthly fees that increase as you require higher levels of care. It also can mean spouses can still be very close to one another even if one requires a higher level of care.
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Consider first your Housing needs!

When deciding on the senior housing plan that’s right for you, it’s important to consider not
only the needs you have now but also those you may have in the future:

Physical and medical needs. 
As you age, you may need some help with physical needs, including activities of daily living.
This could range from shopping, cleaning, cooking, and looking after pets to intensive help with
bathing, moving around, and eating. You or a loved one may also need increasing help with
medical needs. These could arise from a sudden condition, such as a heart attack or stroke, or a
more gradual condition that slowly needs more and more care, such as Alzheimer's disease.
Location and accessibility.


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Seniors General Help Links

Information for Senior Citizens Looking for housing options for yourself, an aging parent, relative, or friend? Do some research first to determine what kind of assistance or living arrangement you need; what your health insurance might cover; and what you can afford. Then check here for financial assistance resources and guides for making the right choice.

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Tips for Alzheimer's Caregivers

Tips for Alzheimer's Caregivers

Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease or another type of dementia impacts every aspect of your daily life. As an Alzheimer’s patient loses one ability after another, a caregiver faces tests of stamina, problem solving, and resiliency. Maintaining your emotional and physical fitness is crucial,

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Drivers Safety Tips/Warning Signs

For many of us, driving is a key aspect of maintaining our independence as we age. But it's normal for our driving abilities to change as we get older. By reducing risk factors and incorporating safe driving practices, you may be able to continue driving safely long into your senior years. Even if you find that you need to reduce your driving or give up the keys, it doesn't mean the end of your independence.

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