FREE Community Service Available to families challenged with the difficult task of transitioning their loved one into long term care housing.
Our ultimate goal is to relieve the stress and emotional impact this move can have on a senior as well as their family. Our Certiﬁed Senior Care Advisors will help you navigate through the entire referral process and find the best options for your loved one.
We are dedicated to helping you from the moment you contact us until your loved one is comfortable in their new home.
With trusted service since 1992, our experienced staff will support your family with extraordinary services and offer top quality referrals to the following facilities:
Adult Family/Care Homes: Personalized care in a licensed private home setting for up to six residents (5 in Oregon). Appropriate for all care levels including end of life care. The small number of residents allows the home to provide excellent one on one care, home cooked meals, social interaction and activities while catering to the individual needs and preferences of each resident.
Assisted Living: Senior living facility that provides a wide range of social activities and personal care services. Residents benefit from living in a safe community based environment while private apartments allow seniors to maintain a sense of independence.
Alzheimer’s/Memory Care: Specialized elderly care and security for seniors with all stages of Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Most appropriate for seniors that have wandering tendencies or difficult behavioral issues that require more comprehensive care, supervision and security measures.
Nursing Home: Short or long term 24 hour skilled nursing care for those requiring a high level of medical care including rehabilitation after surgery, illness or injury.
Independent Living/Retirement Communities: Communities for active seniors who do not require personal care. The focus is on independence, security and social activities. Accommodations range from apartments, cottages and private residences in a seniors only community.
Continuing Care Facility: A residential community that offers a full range of housing options and care services on one campus. These facilities are designed to enable seniors to “age in place”, completely eliminating future moves. Options include: Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care and Skilled Nursing.
Hospice Care: Hospice care is end-of-life care. A team of health care professionals and volunteers provides it. They give medical, psychological, and spiritual support.
Respite Care: Temporary or short term care provided for seniors or the handicapped in various care settings. Respite Care services are often needed for rehabilitation purposes or coverage for primary caregiver time off.
In-home Care: This type of service allows the senior to receive personal care while remaining in their own home. The care is provided by a Home Health Agency (medical) with licensed medical professionals or a Home Care Agency (non-medical) with home companions or caregivers.
Adult Day Services: A non-residential facility that provides adult day care and activities in a professionally staffed group setting. These programs provide social interaction and care for seniors outside of the home facilitating better mental and physical health.
VA Benefits: Seniors who served in the military may be eligible for the Aid and Attendance benefit that will help pay for their long term care costs. Our Advisors can provide you with basic information about this special benefit. For further assistance with determining eligibility and the entire application process we have excellent resources for this personalized service.