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Looking for a Place for Mom or Dad?

Before reaching out to an Assisted Living Community, we encourage you to contact us at The Way to Aging. As a Gerontologist and former Executive Director for Assisted Living and Memory Care Facilities, we possess the expertise to navigate the industry effectively. Our services are provided free of charge, allowing us to guide clients to reputable communities and advocate on their behalf when matching them with an Assisted Living Community that aligns with their specific needs.

Our priority is the well-being, comfort, and happiness of our clients. We understand the importance of finding the right community to ensure a supportive and enriching environment for seniors. By contacting us first, you benefit from personalized guidance and assistance in navigating the process of transitioning to an Assisted Living Community. Let us help you make informed decisions and find a community that meets your individual requirements.

Call Us Today 949-278-6181

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Determining Your Best Options

When aging at home is not an option for seniors, an Assisted Living Community setting might be appropriate for them, in order to identify which setting is best for our clients, we perform a comprehensive assessment which includes; Fall Risk Evaluation, Geriatric Depression evaluation, Self-Medication assessment, Activities of Daily Living (ADL’s), Mini Mental State Examination (MMSE), Pain and Skin assessments as needed. Having an independent assessment prior to placing the older adult is important for many reasons:

  • Obtain an unbiased assessment.
  • Obtain a baseline.
  • Compare independent assessment to the assessment done by the community to ensure the correct services are provided and charged accordingly.

Things to Consider

Some considerations to be taken for Assisted Living options are finances, community’s reputation, team’s longevity, team’s training, services offered. Most communities charge for care separately, as your or your loved one decline you need to take into consideration the higher cost of care for the additional services as well as yearly rent increases. You want to ensure the community is able to care for you or your loved one through end of life to avoid having to move later.

Making the decision to place a loved one in an Assisted Living Community is a difficult one, please allow us to help you through these challenging times.  Call Now 949-278-6181

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