7 types of senior housing options
Designed for older adults looking to enjoy the benefits of a community while maintaining freedom, independent living offers basic services including dining options and regular housekeeping.
Independent living comes in many forms, from subsidized senior housing to continuing care retirement communities. This can be a great introduction to senior housing as it provides the best of both worlds.
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Residential Care Homes
For those not requiring 24-hour assistance, residential care homes can be the right fit. They offer a certain level of independence while providing assistance with daily activities. These communities help with everything from transportation to medication distribution to make day-to-day life a little easier.
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Are you a caregiver looking for support? Respite services may be the solution to help your loved one live in place. Respite services provide professional assistance with daily activities and provide a break from the emotion and physical toll of caregiving.
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Balancing the line between independent living and skilled nursing care are assisted living services. This option can be perfect for those needing a little more assistance. With on-call staff, trained chefs, scheduled activities and more, assisted living facilities are a popular option for many aging Americans.
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This specialized senior housing option caters to a safe and secure environment for those suffering from illnesses such as dementia and Alzheimer’s. Offering around-the-clock care, residents receive the attention they need.
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Skilled nursing homes are unique in that they provide 24-hour medical care. Staffed with in-house nurses, doctors and other medical practitioners, skilled nursing facilities provide a high level of assistance for those with medical conditions.
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Get social and stay active at a traditional retirement community. With several styles of communities, from age-restricted active adult communities to leisure communities, there are options available for almost any senior. Retirement communities make up for their lack of in-home care with greater resident autonomy, superior amenities and far-reaching social platforms.
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