What type of senior housing are you looking for?
Active Adult/55+ offer fully independent maintenance-free living. Great comfort, security, and social activities are offered by living in a community of peers. No formal medical or personal care is offered.
Amenity and program enriched independence. Residents enjoy maintenance free living, social activities plus meals. No formal medical or personal services are offered.
Shared housing is a long-term living arrangement between unrelated people who choose to live together to take advantage of the mutual benefits it offers. It offers companionship, security and help in emergencies while maintaining independence.
Board & Care Home
Shared Housing are smaller-sized communities that provide the same level of care as larger assisted living communities, with the warmth and comfort of a family home. They typically have less than 6 residents, meaning that there is more opportunity for one-on-one attention.
Assisted living comes with all of the amenities of independent living, while providing additional care with ADLs (Activities of Daily Living) including bathing, dressing, toileting, etc. Meals and snacks are also provided to residents throughout the day.
Memory care communities are meant for seniors with forgetfulness and other conditions (including Alzheimer’s and dementia) that require special care. Some memory care communities are designed to prevent wandering, a common side effect of dementia.
Skilled nursing communities help seniors that are affected or recovering from serious illness and/or injury. These communities have specially trained medical personnel and social workers on staff in order to provide the best health care onsite.
Life Plan / CCRC
Senior housing that requires an initial buy-in and usually offers multiple levels of care, from independent living to skilled nursing as the needs of you and your spouse change.