A Place to Live – What type of care does my loved one need?

Supporting seniors through life’s transitions

Your loved one might need Assisted Living services, if:

  • They are having difficulty with or are incapable of performing routine activities of daily living (ADLs) such as:
    • Bathing
    • Dressing and grooming
    • Toileting
    • Transferring or moving from place to place (e.g., moving from the bed to a chair)
    • Walking
    • Have noticeable weight loss (difficulty cooking, eating, shopping for food, etc.)
    • Sloppy appearance/poor hygiene (difficulty bathing, dressing, and grooming)

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Your loved one might need Long Term Care if:

  • They have had an accident or chronic illness that causes a disability
  • Chronic medical conditions
  • Chronic severe pain
  • Permanent disabilities
  • Dementia
  • Ongoing need for help with activities of daily living, in addition to medical instability

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Your love one might need secured Memory Care if:

  • They are suffering from dementia and need a secured, structured environment to care for them on a day to day basis and engage them in appropriate activities and specialized programs. In addition, if the person has a potential to wander away from their current surroundings, they need a secure place.
  • Need supervision

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