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You’re having to make some serious decisions regarding the care and living arrangements of a loved one. This time can be a challenging process to collect all the information you need while making the right decisions for your family.

We’ve compiled several questions and answers we commonly hear from people just like you. Click on the question below to reveal the answer. If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact us to ask us directly.

For senior adults who need assistance with daily activities, such as dressing, bathing or (in some states) medication management, assisted living delivers a helping hand. While needs vary from minimal to much, the services are designed to preserve each individual’s sense of independence and a fulfilling lifestyle. That’s why you’ll often find many of the services and amenities of independent living in an assisted living community – such as dining options, fitness centers, hobby and recreation options, and a full schedule of educational and social activities.

For older adults living with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, memory care provides a safe living environment focused on calming comfort. Security measures like door locks and limited entry keep cherished loved ones from wandering and getting into trouble. And enriching activities guide them through each day, minimizing confusion or negative behaviors and maximizing happiness and engagement.

When you need a break from caregiving duties – whether it’s to travel, work or simply to care for yourself, too – respite stays can help you. When your loved one joins us for a respite stay, they’ll enjoy all the same privileges, services and amenities that long-term assisted living residents do. That means days full of activity along with flavorful dining – and the kind of everyday assistance that gives families real peace of mind.