How can I find a Memory Care community close to my home in Daly City? My Dad doesn't want to move too far away from family

Asked by: David Young |Posted on: February,19 | Viewed: 431 times


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Hi David. Thanks for your question! Finding a community for your Dad is easy on Seniorly. Just sign up with a free account on our homepage, and use our Carefinder tool to guide you through the process of finding care in your desired area. You can also input your time frame to find communities that have availability now. You will want to specify communities with Alzheimer's/Dementia waivers, which means that they have the ability to care for someone with cognitive impairment. You can also filter for things like languages, care options, community features, and pet-friendly options in order to find the community where your Dad will be happiest. 

When you get to our Profiles page, you can click on the community name to learn more about a specific location. We even provide photos and virtual tours to give you all the information you need to make an informed decision when it comes time to move your father into Assisted Living. 
If you'd prefer to talk to someone about your options, give us a call at (415) 570-4370 today. One of our Family Coordinators will work with you to determine exactly what type of care is right for your family. And we'll be with you through the whole process to ensure your Dad finds the place where he will be happy and engaged as he ages. Feel free to reach out if you have any more questions! 
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David Young is a writer based out of San Francisco. In addition to elder care, his work has covered topics as varied as local news and journalism, criticism, business, and short fiction. He holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of San Francisco.

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