Type of Placements

Independent Retirement Living

Independent Living is ideal for seniors who are looking for companionship and freedom from housekeeping, laundry, transportation, and preparing meals. The larger apartment style communities have a “hotel” feel.

They customarily have a community dining room, with wait staff to take orders. They also have a beauty salon, vans or buses for transportation, and community areas such as library, TV room, gym, medical clinic, etc. Apartments vary in sizes from studios to two bedroom, two bath designs.

This type of facility also offers the option of emergency call button in all of the rooms. Independent Living is great for seniors who are on the go and are able to live on their own, but enjoy the shared dining experience and relief from the upkeep of a home or apartment.

We work with many of the larger homes for Independent Living. Our smaller board and care facilities accept independent seniors as well. Independent Living has no state regulations to follow.

 

Assisted Living

Assisted Living is probably the most popular choice among seniors and their families. Assisted Living communities come in either apartment style living, or smaller board and care type of homes.

Assisted Living means just what it says, assistance with daily living. These include bathing, dressing, medication supervision, incontinence care, transferring assistance, etc. Communities often have a dementia waiver, which allows them to care for seniors afflicted with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.

The larger apartment style communities have a “hotel” feel. They customarily have a community dining room with wait staff to take orders. They may also have a beauty salon, vans or buses for transportation, and other community areas such as a library, TV room, gym, medical clinic, etc. Apartments vary in size from studios to two bedroom, two bath designs.

Board and Care sizes are private homes modified to meet state inspection requirements. These smaller homes are particularly good for seniors who have special physical needs. (Macular degeneration, dementia, etc..) Residents receive more one on one attention because they are typically limited to six seniors in the home. These offer a family environment and have a sense of “home” verses “hotel”. Assisted Living Facilities are regulated by the state.

 

Alzheimer’s Care

Assisted Living is probably the most popular choice among seniors and their families. Assisted Living communities come in either apartment style living, or smaller board and care type of homes.

Assisted Living means just what it says, assistance with daily living. These include bathing, dressing, medication supervision, incontinence care, transferring assistance, etc. Communities often have a dementia waiver, which allows them to care for seniors afflicted with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.

The larger apartment style communities have a “hotel” feel. They customarily have a community dining room with wait staff to take orders. They may also have a beauty salon, vans or buses for transportation, and other community areas such as a library, TV room, gym, medical clinic, etc. Apartments vary in size from studios to two bedroom, two bath designs.

Board and Care sizes are private homes modified to meet state inspection requirements. These smaller homes are particularly good for seniors who have special physical needs. (Macular degeneration, dementia, etc..) Residents receive more one on one attention because they are typically limited to six seniors in the home. These offer a family environment and have a sense of “home” verses “hotel”. Assisted Living Facilities are regulated by the state.