Transition Services

Home to Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC)

Continuing care retirement communities provide care for seniors along every step of the aging process. In order to enter this type of facility, you must meet financial and physical requirements.

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Skilled Nursing to a CCRC

It is not uncommon for a senior to have a temporary stay in a rehab or skilled nursing facility before returning to a CCRC. Perhaps they had an illness, surgery, or accident that required more intensive, short-term care. In these circumstances, seniors and their loved ones may be worried that long-term care may be necessary down the road.

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Home to Personal Care or Memory Care

When a senior can no longer live on their own, it is wise to plan a move to a memory care or personal care facility. To weigh whether this is the best choice for your loved one, a good place to start is to evaluate their ability to carry out Activities of Daily Living (ADLs).

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Rehab or Skilled Nursing to Personal or Memory Care

Skilled nursing facilities are what industry professionals call nursing homes. A common use of skilled nursing is for rehabilitation. After a fall or other incident, seniors may require some extra care in order to get things back up to speed. The facilities have on-staff or outsourced occupational, speech, and physical therapists that help seniors recover.

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Complete care from the first "Hello" to getting settled into a new location. John will take the time to keep you informed every step of the way.