Assisted Living - Assisted living is a good long-term option for loved ones that are beginning
to demonstrate difficulty living alone. Seniors can gain assistance with
various daily activities, including cooking, laundry, using the restroom,
bathing, and more.
Independent Living - Independent living options are good for seniors that don’t need in-depth,
one-on-one support, but still want minor assistance with day-to-day activities.
This option is perfect for seniors that are looking for community living
that allows for independence.
"What is an independent living facility?" An independent living facility is a community or complex that houses older
individuals that don’t require assisted care for day-to-day activities.
Although residents live independently, communities still offer amenities
and services to enrich the livelihood and social engagement of the population.
Independent living facilities are a good fit for older individuals that
want to maintain their independence but gain a sense of community support.
Memory Care - If a loved one is suffering from memory-related issues, care services specific
to those needs are available. Oasis Senior Advisors® can help you
find the right memory care options for you.
Retirement Communities - For those looking for independent living and a community of minor-assistance
and various programs, Retirement Communities are a good option. Retirement
communities often come in lots of options for residents and usually are
restricted to individuals 55+ years old.
Residential Care Homes - For individuals that need long-term care but don’t require 24-hour
assistance, learn more about our Residential Care Homes. Since residential
care homes are not considered medical facilities, they do not require
medical professional staff (though many still do).
Skilled Nursing Homes - Nursing homes are one of the more common choices for senior living options.
These facilities offer 24-hour medical care for residents. Learn more
today with Oasis Senior Advisors®.
Respite Services - If your loved one has a developmental or physical disability, Respite
Services can help relieve some of the emotional and physical consequences
of their care. This option involves an in-home caregiver or facility.
Hospice Care - Hospice care, or in-home treatment for chronically or terminally ill
individuals, can be incredibly emotional. At Oasis Senior Advisors®,
we understand the importance of finding the perfect caregiver during this
time. Learn more today.
Contact us at
(475) 206-0652 to learn more about our trusted senior housing services. Best of all,
they’re absolutely free.