Discover What's Right for You

If you are just learning about senior living, you have probably discovered that there are many different senior living lifestyle and care options available. From assisted living to memory care — you may be wondering what the differences are or which one is right for your loved one. The first step towards determining the right senior living option is to understand you and your family’s needs. In our over 40 years of helping seniors, we’ve found that each of them has unique circumstances, requirements, preferences and desires.

At Brookdale, we believe in delivering senior care that’s tailored to you and your loved one based on those unique needs and desires. That’s why we provide a variety of options. This personalized approach ensures that you and your family get exactly what you need without paying for what you don’t.

For example, perhaps your loved one doesn’t need much daily assistance, and they can move safely around the house without help. But you’d feel more comfortable if there was staff around to assist in an emergency. We have a care level that would perfectly fit that situation — independent living.

Or maybe your loved one has Alzheimer’s, and they need an environment that is specifically designed for seniors with memory loss. Our memory care communities monitor our residents 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to make sure they’re always safe and sound, and exactly where they’re supposed to be.

This can often be a hard decision — but you don’t have to make it on your own. And it doesn’t have to be confusing. We have high-quality online resources that will provide detailed information about our various care options, as well as help you determine which path is right for you. We also have a team of understanding individuals who are available to answer any questions that you have. We’ve assisted thousands of other families, all of which have faced the same decision as you. They made it, and you can too.

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Along with understanding your needs, here are other important things to consider: