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Care Options

Memory Support:

A diagnosis of dementia is challenging for families and hard to accept. Family Connection's Consultants will make sure all options are explored before suggesting a Memory Support Community. Several things are considered such as diagnosis and stage, behaviors, confusion, wandering, hygiene and safety. There are stand-alone memory care communities as well as continuum of care communities to choose from. Memory Care Communities offer dementia trained staff, 24 hour care, rounding physicians, medication management, activities, outings, exercise, meals, laundry, housekeeping, and love.

Skiled Nursing:

A Skilled Nursing Facility offers trained registered nurses in a medical setting under a doctor’s supervision. This type of Facility is considered a temporary residence for patients undergoing medically necessary rehabilitation treatment. Common reasons include a person recovering from an acute illness, help with wound care, catheter care, continual monitoring of medical signs and the use of medical equipment to support the patient’s care needs. A skilled nursing home is a permanent residence for people in need of round the clock nursing care usually because of a chronic condition. Family Connection, with the help of the hospital’s case manager and physician, will support you and your family with the process of deciding next steps.

In Home Care:

When a senior qualifies for support in their own home, one-on-one care several hours a day can be an option. We have partners who can assist with medical and non-medical services. A Family Connection Expert will put everything in place for your family member. We have the knowledge and experience of knowing who to call, what needs to be done and what is best for a person’s care.

Independent Living:

55+ Independent Living Communities are perfect for the person who wants to maintain their independence with little assistance. They no longer want to cook or clean but rather live life to its fullest. Independent Communities offer life enriching activities, outings, dining, concierge services, transportation, and new friendships.

Assisted Living:

When an individual is starting to experience difficulties with activities of daily living, an Assisted Living can help. Communities may offer 24-hour care (not one-on-one) concierge services, daily check-ins, medication management, meals, housekeeping, laundry, activities, outings, rounding physicians, physical, occupational and speech therapy, exercise, and friendship. An Assisted Living will give families peace of mind knowing their loved one is being checked on throughout the day and night.

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