Senior housing options
You’re considering moving to a senior living community. Selecting one that fits your wants and needs is important. You have so many choices and options to consider.
Senior living options
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Options include apartments, manufactured housing, and twin homes or duplexes. These convenient and comfortable homes offer some level of basic support services, including utilities, maintenance, housekeeping, meal programs, emergency response systems and transportation. Services may be included in the monthly fee or on an a la carte basis.
Income-based housing includes all types of communities where either some type of financial assistance is available or the rent is controlled for those who live there.
Assisting living is ideal if you need some assistance with care and daily activities — such as housekeeping, meals, dressing and medication management — but do not require round-the-clock nursing home care.
Assisted living communities are usually licensed healthcare providers that offer 24-hour staffing. Apartments and twin homes are typical housing options; sizes, layouts and amenities vary by location. Services are based on your personal assessment, and can be adjusted as your needs change.
This level of assisted living provides services, programming and an environment tailored to the needs of individuals with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia.
The Good Samaritan Society provides a variety of senior care and services in more than 200 locations across 24 states.