Care Facilities

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. We realize this and are here for you and your family every step of the way to make this challenging process a little easier. When deciding on the senior housing plan that’s right for you or your loved one, it’s important to consider not only current needs but also future needs, such as: 

Physical and Medical Needs

As you or your loved one age, there may be a need for 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 have an increasing need for 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.

Home Maintenance

If you or your loved one is living alone, the current home may become too difficult or too expensive to maintain. You or your loved one may have health problems that make it hard to manage tasks such as housework and yard maintenance that become too challenging.

Social and Emotional Needs

As you or your loved one age, social networks may change. Friends or family may not be as close by, or neighbors may move or pass on. You or your loved one may no longer be able to continue driving or have access to public transportation. Or, you or your loved one simply may want to be exposed to more social opportunities and avoid becoming isolated and housebound.