There are a variety of options today for the person in need of long-term care:
Assisted Living Facility
This residential care setting combines housing, support services, and health care for elderly individuals.
Continuing Care Retirement Community
A residential care setting that usually has an independent living, assisted living and skilled nursing facility on site.
A place of residence for people who require constant nursing care and have significant deficiencies with activities of daily living.
Care delivered in the home to support people with the instrumental activities of daily living, activities of daily living or limited skilled care.
Senior Helpers provides in-home care. This allows your loved one to remain in their home while still getting the attention they need and is typically more affordable than the other types of long-term care, depending on the schedule. To learn more, just call us at .
Does your parent need in-home care?
Is he/she affected by Alzheimer’s or dementia?
Have you noticed changes in his/her ability to get around?
Is your loved one affected by a medical condition?
Have you noticed changes in your parent's eating habits?
Have you seen changes in his/her personal hygiene?
Is your parent's home safe?
Have you seen changes in his/her social habits?
Are you or other caregivers experiencing burnout?
What are your care options?
What are the types of long-term care?
What are funding options for long-term care?
What are your payment options?
Why choose Senior Helpers?
What are the company's training and credentialing processes?
What services does it offer?