As you know, life doesn’t always go according to plan. A fall or accident can happen at any time. Maybe you, your spouse, or maybe a parent has sustained an injury and has to go to the hospital. The physician recommends skilled care to get strong enough to go home. How do you decide where to go? What are your options? What choices do you have?
Earlier this month we briefly explained some of the differences between Independent Living and Assisted Living. This month let’s focus on higher levels of living. Here are some options for when your loved one may need more continuous supervision to remain independent, whether that’s on a short term or long care basis.
Senior care lingo can be confusing. What does it all mean? What does each level of living offer and what choice is best for your loved one? This month, let’s focus on Independent Living and Assisted Living. Keep in mind some communities may offer even more specialized programs than the options below. This is a good starting reference point for your search.