For Seniors Who May Be Thinking About a Retirement Community or Assisted Living
Maybe your health is changing. Or you’re starting to need help caring for your spouse. Maybe you’d simply prefer to travel rather than take care of your big house. Whatever the reason you are thinking about a change, you have a lot of options.
Senior housing covers a broad spectrum of facilities and communities, care levels, social activities, locations and costs. It can be hard to know where to begin or which questions to ask to make the best decisions.
Sorting through the options can take a significant toll on you. Some people spend weeks or months making phone calls, taking time away from things they’d rather be doing, and driving around to tour dozens of sites—all the while handling their normal daily duties.
Confused, overtired, and frustrated, they sometimes make a decision simply to be done with the whole process and end up dissatisfied with their choice.
You Don’t Have to Go Through the Process Alone
If living alone in your own home or apartment has become increasingly difficult and you’re ready to make a change, we’re here to help. To get a better sense of how we can assist you in making the transition, view our Types of Care page now.