While people of any age might require long-term care services at some point in their lives, it’s generally more commonly associated with the aging population. Long-term care can include living accommodations and medical care by a skilled team of health care professionals who are proficient in addressing some of the common issues the elderly experience.
If your loved one is beginning to exhibit some difficulties with activities of daily living or performing routine tasks, it could be time to consider researching long-term care facilities in your area so you can make the best possible decision concerning your loved one’s overall quality of life.
Our friendly Senior Care Team and preferred professionals works closely with you to assist you with senior care housing and long-term and elder care needs.
The Senior Care Connector offers FREE resources for seniors and caregivers:
- Care Management
- Medicaid Eligibility Assistance for long-term care services
- VA application assistance for Aide and Attendance
- Assisted Living and Relocation Assistance
- Coordination of In-home care
- Referral to elder law
- Adult Day Care
- Alzheimer’s and Dementia
The Senior Care Connector has built a fully vetted and reputable list of senior care resources who are partners and trusted sources for all elder care services. From estate planning to hospice, private-duty home care and medical equipment.
Senior Care Connector Resources
Senior Care Connector Resource provides you with resources to help you better understand your options.
The American Association of Retired Persons Web site provides a frequently updated database of Internet resources, including links to more than 900 of the best sites for people age 50+
The Alzheimer’s Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer care, support and research. Their mission is to eliminate Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected.
This AHA Web site provides a healthy selection of nutrition tips, menu suggestions, heart-wise supermarket shopping tips and even advice on healthier dining out.
Department of Veteran Affairs provide helpful information for the veterans and/or their spouses on Aid and Attendance and Housebound benefits
Medicare provides benefit information regarding Medicare, including different coverage options, costs, preventative services, and tools for Medicare beneficiaries.