Seniorly’s mission is to connect families with senior care services that can help them remain happy and engaged as they age. For many families, this means finding a great retirement community that offers all the things a person needs to age in place.
On Seniorly, you can find assisted living community options for people who need higher levels of care and assistance with activities of daily living such as showering, dressing, and eating. Assisted living is a common option for respite stays as well as long-term care. On Seniorly, you can search by zipcode and filter for things like community space and desired amenities.
On Seniorly, you can also find memory care community options for seniors with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. Memory care communities often have programs that focus on sensory stimulation for those with cognitive impairment, which can help residents connect to their memories and feel more at ease. Trained staff are available 24/7 to provide care and emotional support for community residents.
And last but not least, Seniorly hosts hundreds of independent living options for seniors who don’t yet need care, but would like to age in place surrounded by a community of peers. Independent living options range from apartment-style living to privately owned condominiums, and are located close to communal areas such as wellness centers, spas, and restaurants.
The Seniorly Team is always available to assist families via email or over the phone. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 570-4370 to find retirement community options in your area today.
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