California Assisted Living Facility Warns That Most People Are Not Prepared For Retirement

November 13, 2018
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Senior Care Center, which provides assisted living services, has warned that most people do not have enough funds to cover retirement and healthcare expenses. The company offers assistance to people in finding the best home for their loved ones who are retired or are retiring. They also want to emphasize that as a way to help seniors, they are offering their services free of cost. More information can be gleaned from their website at

Casey Ryeback from Senior Care Center says, "Indeed, there is a retirement crisis in the U.S. A study by the Census Bureau has noted that only a small percentage of employees contribute to their retirement plans and they fail to budget for typical expenses they will incur during their senior years. Thus, at Senior Care Center, we are helping families across America achieve peace of mind by matching their loved ones with the perfect community, so they can live out their golden years in comfort, safety, and joy. And we're doing this at no cost to you."

Casey continues, "We all know what it’s like to watch our family members age. It can be tough going through this process alone. We want to be here for you and give a helping hand. Let us help you find the best care your family deserves. And we offer information on facilities located in top cities, such as Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Houston, Dallas, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Miami, San Jose, Boston, Seattle, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Denver, San Diego, Minneapolis, and more."

Senior Care Center has more than 400 advisors ready to help people looking for the best place for their senior family members. In exploring the various options available for each particular senior, advisors will discuss the full details and pricing, allow them to view living communities, schedule a tour, and provide move in support.

Senior Care Center advisors help families find assisted living facilities for their loved ones. In these facilities, seniors are assisted in their personal care and daily living activities. This is different from other senior care homes in that its focus is to assist seniors with their basic needs and also with some medical attention. Every assisted living facility has a different level of amenities but all will provide assistance with regards to daily living activities. These include tasks like walking, feeding, bathing, toileting, dressing, and more. For seniors with mobility problems or those who are encountering difficulties in doing those tasks themselves, an assisted living community may be appropriate.

For seniors with Alzheimer's disease or dementia, there are Alzheimer's care facilities. Casey notes, "It is estimated that more than 5.5 million people in America are suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, but only one in four are diagnosed. Alzheimer’s is a form of dementia and is estimated to account for 60-80% of dementia cases. If your loved one suffers from Alzheimer’s or dementia, memory care homes are an extremely important resource." Some of the symptoms of dementia are declining thinking skills and memory loss, which impede their ability to do their daily living tasks. And aside from memory loss, there is also impairment in good judgement, visual perception, communication, mental reasoning, and attention. Memory care homes offer amenities and services for helping seniors in their daily living. In addition, they have staff who are trained in providing Alzheimer's disease and dementia care.

For seniors who are in good health but require help with their daily living activities, residential care homes may be the most appropriate. These are actually residential homes or communal homes that have the capacity to house at most six people. Because they have a homey environment, seniors will feel more comfortable and relaxed. Nevertheless, trained staff are available 24 hours a day, and nurses trained in elderly care are available on an as-needed basis.

Other options are nursing homes, senior apartments, and independent living facilities. Nursing homes are designed for seniors who require 24-hour medical and personal care services. These are appropriate for seniors who cannot be cared for at home but need intensive medical care. Residents of nursing homes are often those who have a chronic disease or are recovering from injuries.

Meanwhile, senior apartments are for those who are aged 55 and above, in good health, and are able to live independently. They are healthy and are capable of doing their daily living tasks themselves. Likewise, these seniors can also stay in an independent living community.

Those who need more information about the assistance provided by Senior Care Center or who would like to consult an advisor can visit their website at

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About Senior Care Center OLD:

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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