We play an important role in your educational process by obtaining information about senior living communities and guiding each senior and family through the process of choosing a community. Our goal is to make the process of organizing care for seniors easier and less stressful for you, and this is accomplished by demonstrating the following services.
Types of Services
Save time, stress and help your senior make their transition by contacting a senior care advocate. If you have any further questions about how a senior care advocate can benefit both you and your loved one, please give us a call today!
Senior Living Options
Independent / Retirement Living
An independent senior living or retirement community is ideal for a healthy senior who is always on the go and does not require any assistance with personal care.
Independent senior living communities provide a variety of services, including:
✓ Everything you need to know about the coverage, limitations, and benefits of Medicare, Medicaid, and additional secondary insurance
✓ Doctor's appointments, tests, and procedures
✓ Ensuring that prescriptions are properly filled
✓ If you have to go to the hospital, double-check that all of your information is right
✓ Ensure that you have a Power of Attorney and a Living Will in place
Many seniors have used our elder care advice to make the transition from their current home to an assisted living community.
Assistance with activities of daily living can be provided to promote dignity and independence. This could include:
✓ Dressing: the level of assistance will vary depending on the situation.
✓ Bathing: seek additional assistance if necessary
✓ Mobility Aids: cane, walker, scooter, wheelchair
✓ Medication management
✓ Health and medical services, such as physical and occupational therapy
An Alzheimer’s care advocate to help guide you through the process of selecting a dementia care community that can safely provide both residential and medical services.
The features we also look for in the support of dementia and Alzheimer care residents include:
✓ Interior space that is properly lighted and designed with visual contrast between the floors, walls, and doorways, as well as tactile and auditory sensory zones.
✓ Supportive care and medication management programs that are tailored to the individual needs of the senior.
✓ Staff who have been specially trained and educated in memory care and can give residents with the finest level of care, dignity, and independence imaginable.