- Finding the Right Option
- What Level of Care Do I Need?
- When is it the Right Time for Senior Living?
- How Do I Find the Right Senior Living Community?
- Financial Planning
- Average Cost of Senior Living
- Helpful Financial Resources
- Understanding Medicare Coverage
- Veterans Benefits
- Having the Conversation
- How to Prepare for the Conversation
- Helping the Conversation Go Smoothly
- Next Steps After the Conversation
What Level of Care Do I Need?
You deserve to live in a place that sees you as an individual with your own unique circumstances, requirements, preferences and desires. That’s why we take a personalized approach to senior living, providing a variety of great options so you can find the community that’s right for you.
But before you get too far along your journey to senior living, it’s important to understand what care levels are available and what each of them includes. So if you’re unfamiliar with the differences between each care level, from assisted living to memory care or skilled nursing, or even options without care such as independent living, this is a great place to start.
Senior Living Communities
There are many options for senior living communities, and each one serves a different purpose depending on your needs. While each one is unique in its own way, they all give you the opportunity to live in a place that feels like home. Explore the different options available to you, and if you need any additional assistance discussing your options, you can always give us a call:
Specialized Health Care
In addition to senior living communities that provide a place to live and receive care, we also provide services that are more focused on healthcare.
A Personalized Approach to Senior Living
When you decide to make your home at Brookdale, one of the first things we’ll do is work together to create a personalized service assessment.
This gives us a chance to get to know who you are and how we can help you make the most of this season of life. It also gives you a chance to let us know what you want help with and what you would rather do on your own.
As part of this assessment, you’ll help us know what programs and routines will work best for you. Maybe that means you need some help with things like managing medication and getting dressed in the morning. Or it might mean we help out with the kinds of food you need to eat to stay happy and healthy. Or it may just mean you can enjoy peace of mind knowing we have staff onsite 24 hours a day, seven days a week, just in case you need us.
The best part of having a personalized plan is that you only pay for the care you need.