Home care

Individual support in a home or community

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Nursing homes

Skilled nursing facilities – also known as nursing homes—support residents who require a high degree of medical attention that isn’t provided by assisted living.

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Personal care homes

Similar to assisted living, personal care homes provide support and meals in a smaller, home-like setting.

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Independent living

Also known as retirement communities or senior living communities, independent living communities are ideal for those who want to trade the responsibility of maintaining a home for a lifestyle of social and leisure activities.

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Assisted living

Assisted living communities are an excellent option for seniors who require more day-to-day assistance with activities of daily life (ADLs) but want to remain independent for as long as possible.

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Talking to Your Parents About Senior Living

Telling your aging parent that it’s time for a different living solution is never easy.

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Deciding the Right Time to Move

Knowing when it’s time to move an aging parent out of their home and into a facility that provides a safe and appropriate level of care can be tricky. You don’t want to take them out of their home–and away from their independence–before it’s necessary, but you also don’t want to wait too long and jeopardize their health or safety.

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