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• Evaluate the facility inside and out to determine if it appears clean, is odor-free, and seems well-maintained

• Ask to see their license

• Determine if the residents there seem to have similar needs to your family member

• Look at the kitchen and evaluate the planned menu. Sample the food and ask if they can accommodate a special diet if necessary

• Life Care and Continuing Care communities

• Congregate Retirement Residences (Independent Living)

• Assisted Living Facilities

• Alzheimer's / Dementia Facilities

• Residential Board and Care Homes

Levels of senior care communities


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Evaluate facilities you are considering for your senior

• Talk to the administrator and staff

• Request a written list of additional charges, fees, and other costs that residents incur

• Evaluate the activities calendar

• Openly discuss the needs of your relative and determine if they can be accommodated by this facility

• Have your loved one visit the facility and determine if she feels comfortable there

Choose the ideal facility for your aging loved one

• Medicare - A health insurance program from the federal government intended for older persons and individuals with disabilities

• Medi-Cal - A federal and state program designed for low income individuals designed to cover health and long term care

• SSI - Supplemental Social Security program designed for disabled persons or those with low incomes

• HSS - In Home Supportive Services program designed to provide non-medical long term care including housework and personal care

Important definitions

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