Memory care homes provide secure assisted living with 24 hour attention. Residents enjoy structured activities delivered by staff trained specifically on memory impairment.
Assisted living homes allow you to live in a community setting while providing assistance on a daily basis with items such as nursing care, housekeeping, bathing, meal preparation and more.
Independent homes, for the most part, offer some assistance in your daily routine such as housekeeping and sometimes meal preparation.
A Long-Term Care home is a community where adults can live and receive help with most or all daily activities access to 24-hour nursing and personal care. An adult can receive much more nursing and personal care, here than they would typically receive in a retirement home or supportive housing.
Short-term / Respite
This provides caregivers with temporary relief from the physical and emotional demands involved in caring for their loved ones, during a time where they aren't able to provide care.
Trial stay allows individuals to temporarily reside in a retirement residence for a short amount of time, whether that be for weeks or months. Trial stays are suitable for older adults and families who wish to learn more about retirement living and how seniors engage with these environments, including living arrangements, dining options and activities.