Find an appropriate residence or care setting that suits you. Includes residential care homes, independent living (IL), assisted living (AL), memory care (MC), and skilled nursing facilities (SNF) with transitional care units (TCU or Rehab) and care suites.
These are homes in regular neighborhoods where up to 10 older adults live who need care due to dementia or illness, such as Parkinson's. There is a 24-hour awake staff to care for the residents, and a variety of activities are offered based on the needs of the residents.
Independent Living is for seniors who wish to live independently while benefiting from the advantages of an enhanced social, cultural, and recreational lifestyle.
Assisted Living is for seniors who need help with the activities of daily living, yet wish to remain as independent as possible.
Memory Care offers supportive health and personal care services 24 hours a day in a secure, specially designed, therapeutic residential setting for those with dementia, Alzheimer's and related conditions.
Private or shared rooms in a setting that offers 24-hour skilled nursing care. Transitional Care Units (TCU), also known as rehab, is also offered.