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Independent Living

Independent Living

Tired of managing and maintaining your home and all the responsibilities that come with it? It may be time to explore Independent Living and all it has to offer. Say goodbye to cooking, housekeeping, yard work, and property taxes! Gourmet food, planned activities, trips around town and beyond, and the vibrancy of a community of your peers are just a few perks of moving to Independent Living. Some residents even continue to run their businesses from their new independent living home, while others fully retire and enjoy the resort lifestyle 24/7.

Assisted Living

Assisted Living

Assisted living is a great choice for the active aging adult, the person desiring numerous and varied social opportunities, or the person who needs additional assistance with activities of daily living (i.e., showering, medication management, grooming/dressing). Talk with one of our Certified Seniors Advisors™ to help you determine the right fit for your lifestyle, budget, and geographic preference. We work with Certified Seniors Advisors™ across the country so no matter where you want to call home, we can help!

Residential Care Home

Residential Care Home

Smaller residential care homes are an option in many parts of the country, yet many aging adults and their families do not know much about them.  This type of assisted living is done in a residential home where the caregiver to resident ratio is typically better than that of the larger communities.  This distinctive assisted living setting is ideal for those on hospice or at the end of life, those who require a high level of care, and those who desire a home-like feel.  The cost of residential care home living is often less than a community. 

A consultation with your Aging Well Partner CSA™ can help you explore this unique care setting option.

Memory Care & Cognitive Enhancement

Memory Care & Cognitive Enhancement

Those with a diagnosis of dementia require a specialized environment where their unique and individualized physical, social, and emotional needs can be met. Dementia is an umbrella term that encompasses five major types (and 200 subtypes) of cognitive impairment: Alzheimer’s, vascular dementia, dementia with Lewy bodies, frontotemporal, and mixed dementia. The cause of dementia will often dictate the kind of care environment needed. Dementia care is complex and often challenging – it takes a special staff and environment for your loved one to continue living his or her best life. Let us help you determine the best care environment based on your loved one’s unique diagnosis and care needs.

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