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A type of housing for seniors who need some assistance with daily activities, such as bathing, dressing, and medication management. Residents typically live in private or semi-private apartments and receive personalized care and support services.
A type of senior living community that allows seniors to maintain their independence while enjoying various amenities and social activities. Independent living communities usually offer services such as housekeeping, transportation, and meal plans.
Continuing Care Retirement Communities
A senior living community that offers a range of care services, from independent living to skilled nursing, all on the same campus. Residents can move between different levels of care as their needs change.
Skilled Nursing Facilities
A type of senior living facility that provides 24-hour nursing care and support services to individuals with complex medical needs. Skilled nursing facilities typically offer both short-term and long-term care options.
A specialized type of senior living community designed for individuals with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia. Memory care facilities provide specialized care and support to help residents manage memory loss and related symptoms.
Board and Care Home
A smaller type of senior living facility that provides housing, meals, and personal care services to a small group of residents in a home-like setting. Board and care homes typically offer a more personalized approach to care.
Active Adult Communities (55+)
A type of senior living community designed for adults aged 55 and older who are still active and independent. Active adult communities typically offer various amenities and activities, such as golf courses, swimming pools, and fitness centers.
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