Placing People First
Our unique partnership with Independent and Assisted Living facilities, Board and Care homes and In Home Care providers enables us to provide help to families in need of our services. Our caring staff will help you find a State Licensed facility.
We are dedicated to helping you and your loved ones locate the best possible environment, based on care needed, area desired, and within your budget. We will always advocate for you and your loved ones during your time of need.
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Assisted living offers housing, health care and support services such as meals, medication management, bathing, dressing and transportation on a long-term basis. Many Assisted Living Facilities have Memory Care Units,that offer special care for residents with Alzheimer’s, Dementia, or other forms of memory loss.
Residential Care Homes (sometimes referred to as Board and Care Homes) offer the same services as Assisted Living facilities (housing, health care and support services such as meals, medication management, bathing, dressing and transportation) in a more intimate setting, they are excellent for residents who do not want to live in a larger community setting.
Whether you need in home personal care, light housekeeping, meal preparation, transportation or just someone to be there as a companion, we can assist you with finding the right person to care for your loved one.
Veterans who are seriously disabled may qualify for Aid & Attendance and Housebound benefits. These are benefits that are paid in addition to the basic pension rate.
Please contact us for more information on this valuable benefit.
An Independent Living Community is designed for older adults who are generally able to care for themselves; however, assistance from home care agencies is allowed in some communities, and activities and socialization opportunities are often provided.
Over 4.5 million people in the United States and 26 million worldwide suffer from Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of dementia. The disease destroys brain cells and symptoms can include confusion, anger, mood swings, language breakdown and long-term memory loss.
Winter is coming soon,and with it,the increase in falls due to cold weather. It’s a good time to visit the elderly to ensure they are staying safe in their home. Make sure that common areas are not cluttered with items that may trip a person,such as any type of area rug,or boxes etc. Hallways need to be clear and properly lighted. […]
The biggest challenge we face at Lifetime Solutions,is finding Assisted Living facilities that will work with a low income. With 10,000 people a day turning 65,the demand for Assisted Living is growing at a fast rate. With that demand comes higher prices,which ultimately excludes people that were barely able to afford the rent and care costs required to move in. Here are two programs that help with the cost of Assisted Living.[…]