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Assisted Living

Assisted living provides assistance in personal care and everyday living. Assisted living is different from other senior care homes as its focus is on helping seniors with basic needs and some medical attention. Each living facility will have different levels of amenities but all assisted living facilities will offer help in the activities of daily life. Activities of daily life are essential functions to maintain general welfare. These activities include tasks such as feeding, walking, bathing, dressing, toileting, etc. If your loved one is having mobility issues or difficulty performing these duties by themselves, then it is time to seek an assisted living community. With the help of assisted living, your loved one will be able to thrive in life again.

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Jazmine has helped over 549 families since 2006

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Megan has helped over 1928 families since 2006

Skyla Jennings

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Skyla has helped over 1169 families since 2012

Travis Bishop

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Travis has helped over 1722 families since 2000

Jaliyah Campos

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Jaliyah has helped over 1226 families since 2003

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Cali has helped over 1579 families since 2003

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Should I Move My Loved One Into Assisted Living?

As our family members and loved ones age, we notice how they change over time. As adult children, we become conscious of their ailments and health conditions. We grow concerned for their day-to-day needs and living situation. Most importantly, we do everything we can to make sure they are safe and healthy. As we keep an eye on our aging parents, family members, and loved ones, we also wonder what we can do to make their living more comfortable.

Unfortunately, with rising medical concerns, many of us are not able to offer the right kind of help to our aging family members. We want to give our loved ones the best care and service. However, in times when we are unable, we can seek outside help. This is when our assisted living communities can help our elderly family members.

Amenities

In an assisted living home, residents receive medical care and help with their daily functions. Expert caregivers are available 24/7 to monitor medication, assist with transportation, and attend to personal needs. Your mind will rest with ease knowing there are staff members taking care of your loved ones around the clock. Your loved ones will also be able to relax and enjoy themselves since most facilities will ease the burdens in lifestyle maintenance. Assisted living facilities offer services in housekeeping, cooking, laundry, and other maintenance tasks. The homes also provide meals everyday, sociable activities, fitness activities, and community programs that will enrich the residents’ lives.

Choosing An Assisted Living Home

The federal government does not impose any standards on assisted living homes. Each state also has its own list of regulations and required licenses. For this reason, each assisted living home will have different services and amenities. Each home will also differ in size, location, and cost. In each case, our personal advisors will help you find the best home to suit your loved one. We recommend visiting each facility you are interested in. This will give you a clear idea of what each facility can provide for your loved one. Visiting a center will also assure you to know that your loved one is in good hands. Our advisors are glad to help you set up any tours for the communities you are interested in.

Financial assistance

As you are considering the costs of assisted living, there are a few points to consider. Assisted living costs vary depending on each facility’s services, amenities, size, and location. There are a few ways to find financial assistance. If you are seeking government assistance, note that assisted living is not covered within a Medicare plan. However, in some states Medicaid can cover certain costs. Long-term care insurance can help cover the costs of assisted living. There are also other ways to finance assisted living costs such as reverse mortgage loans, bridge loans, or home equity loans.

Senior Care Center can help you explore budget-friendly options and government-sponsored programs to meet your financial plans. Call us now at (866) 518-0936 to set up a one-on-one appointment with a personal advisor! We’ll walk you through the process and address all your questions and concerns. Our advisors will help you explore every available option and we’ll help you see the benefits of each home. Senior Care Center is happy to help you select the right home for your loved ones!

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