Educational Resources

Reducing Caregiver Burnout

Caregivers can reduce burnout by accepting help, setting health goals, seeking social support, joining support groups, and utilizing respite care. Taking care of oneself is crucial for providing quality care.

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Financial Resources

Veterans Benefits

For veterans who return home with physical or mental challenges, and those who can no longer live independently, there is financial help available through the Veterans Administration. 

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Community Resources

Community Types

Retirement Communities

Retirement communities, also known as 55+ communities, are an excellent option for seniors who want to avoid the stress of property maintenance and live in a community with their peers, but do not require additional personal care or medical assistance.

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Specialized Care Facilities

Whether a person is dealing with the aftereffects of a stroke, rehabbing from an orthopedic surgery, or suffers from a cardiopulmonary condition, there is a special care unit to meet their unique care needs.

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Nursing Home Facilities

Nursing homes offer round-the-clock care for residents who need help with custodial care like bathing, dressing, eating, as well as more skilled types of care, all provided by registered nurses and specially trained staff.

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Memory Care Communities

Memory care communities provide specialized care for seniors with Alzheimer’s or other types of dementia. Residents receive 24/7 care in a safe and secure home-like environment.

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Independent Living Communities

Independent living communities are designed for seniors who want to retain their independence while having the conveniences of community living. They offer multiple types of housing and community amenities vary greatly and range in widely in price.

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How to choose assisting living senior care communities

Assisted Living Communities

Assisted living communities provide residents with personal care services in a home-like setting. They are a good fit for seniors who need assistance with their day-to-day tasks but do not need high-level medical care.

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