Senior Living Options
Skilled Nursing Facility
This level of care is appropriate for someone who is unable to safely care for themselves at home and needs extensive to total assistance with mobility, bathing, dressing, toileting, or eating. An individual may stay there temporarily for rehabilitation after an injury or may become a permanent resident.
This level of care is appropriate for someone who can still manage all of their needs independently but chooses to live in a more social, close-knit environment.
Assisted Living Facility
This level of care is appropriate for someone who is starting to become a safety concern at home and needs minimal to moderate assistance with mobility, bathing, dressing, toileting, or eating. Resident Assistants are non-medical personnel that are available around the clock for protective oversight but each resident must be able to handle most of their needs on their own.
Health Care Options
Home Health is care provided at home and appropriate for someone recovering from an injury or living with a chronic illness that is not currently life-limiting with a focus on healing. This level of care requires a medical need that must be prescribed by a doctor for a period of time. Professional services can include a nurse, physical/occupational/speech therapy, infusion therapy, or a nursing assistant.
Home Care is provided at home and appropriate for someone who needs minimal to moderate assistance with housekeeping or personal care so they can continue living safely and independently at home. Care is provided by non-medically trained staff and is meant to keep someone active and independent.