Senior Care Center Helps With Increase In Cost Of Living And Health Care

November 06, 2018
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Senior Care Center, an assisted living service provider, has announced that they are ready to help people find the best home for their loved ones even in the face of rising costs of living and health care. They point out that their advisors have been helping families across the US have peace of mind after having been assured that their family members will get to enjoy their golden years in safety and comfort.

Casey Ryeback from the assisted living service provider says, "There's no cost to you. We offer all our services to you free of cost. We are here to help you find the perfect home for your loved ones. Best of all, our service is completely free. We won’t charge you a dime. Our sole focus is dedicated to helping you find the best care for your family."

Casey explains that Senior Care Center advisors can be contacted by phone and they will listen to the needs and concerns of the family and give people vital information based on those needs, including budgeting for assisted living. She explains that they will evaluate the information that was given to them and then find a match for a particular senior to a specific home where all of the expressed needs will be complied with.

The services provided by Senior Care Center can be classified into assisted living, residential care home, Alzheimer's care, and various living options. With regards to assisted living, Casey explains, "Assisted living is different from other senior care homes as its focus is on helping seniors with basic needs and some medical attention. Each living facility will have different levels of amenities but all assisted living facilities will offer help in the activities of daily life."

Activities of daily life include common tasks such walking, feeding, bathing, dressing, toileting, and more. For the elderly who have mobility problems and have experienced difficulties in performing these tasks, being part of an assisted living community is important. In an assisted living home, the residents are provided with medical care and assistance in performing their daily functions. In choosing an assisted living home, it is vital to note that there is no general standard established by the federal government. Instead, each state has its own regulations and required licenses. Thus, it is essential to consult with the advisors on what amenities and services can be expected for a particular city or state. The advisors can accompany those who are interested in visiting specific assisted living homes to ensure that their loved ones will be in good hands.

For those whose loved one is suffering from Alzheimer's disease or dementia, memory care homes are advisable. Casey points out that family members and friends of a person with Alzheimer's or dementia often act as caregivers but this can often take a heavy toll on their health because of the strain on both their emotions and their physical bodies. For such situations, memory care homes can ease their burden. These homes have been designed to allow the residents to feel safe and comfortable. These facilities are continually supervised at every hour of the day and every day of the week. Trained staff members are knowledgeable about caring for people with Alzheimer's and dementia. And with daily structured activities in these homes that enhance familiarity, the progress of memory loss is slowed down.

For the elderly who are in good health but require assistance in daily living activities, the residential care home may be the most suitable. These are actually residential homes or communal homes that can house up to six residents. And because of the homey environment, seniors feel more comfortable and relaxed. But just like with assisted living facilities, trained staff are available to monitor the residents 24/7 and to provide personal care when needed. There are also trained nurses for those who require them.

Senior Care Center was established to help families of the elderly, and most of all, the seniors who are entering an important stage of their life. They state that they are fully aware of the difficulties that people go through as they transition to a different life stage. Thus, they want to be a resource for those who need guidance and help during this time. They stand by the principles of offering quality service for everyone. Their mission, according to Casey, is to help families in the US locate the best possible care for their loved ones who are in their golden years.

Those who need more information or want to talk with a Senior Care Center advisor can visit their website at

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We all know what it’s like to watch our family members age. It can be tough going through this process without the right support. That’s why Senior Care Center is here for you. We’ll help you find the best care your family deserves.

Contact Senior Care Center OLD:

Casey Ryeback
640 S San Vicente Blvd #205
(855) 242-9668

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