Today’s Transitions seeks to help you find the right care you need for a loved one whenever you need it. The Care Communities Directory contains both short- and long-term care-related resources.
Types of Care Communities:
Adult Day Care programs provide care and companionship to those who need supervision or assistance.
Aging-In-Place Communities offer several levels of care on one campus.
Assisted Living is residential living for those who need help with daily activities and health services.
Hospice provides pain relief for those with a terminal illness and a life expectancy of six months or less.
Memory Care residential living is for those with dementia at different care levels.
Palliative Care is specialized medical care for people living with a serious illness.
Personal Care residential living offers mobile residents minimal assistance for daily activities.
Rehabilitation Services is physical treatment in an inpatient or outpatient clinic.
Skilled Nursing Care is 24-hour nursing services for residents in a care community
Respite Care provides short-term care in order to provide relief for primary caregivers.
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- Caregiver: A Spiritual Journey
- Making Milestone Moments In Your Life
- We All Need Help
- Finding New Friendships
- The Dos and Don’ts When Visiting The Sick
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View our complete guide of care community listings here.