How We Help

Finding the right Senior Care option for your loved one can be stressful and confusing. I have interviewed and vetted the different placement options so you can know the pros and cons of each option or company you are considering.


Independent Living

These communities allow Seniors increased social opportunities and hassle free living. Most communities take care of all your day to day logistics so you can relax and enjoy your retirement. In addition an abundance of entertainment and amenities are offered.

Assisted Living

These communities provide housing and assistance with daily activities. In addition most facilities provide transportation, meals, activities and housekeeping assistance. For many families they view this as the most cost effective way to go if they suspect their loved one needs 24 hour care.

Personal Care Services

These services allow Seniors to receive assistance with daily activities within the confines of their own home. Help can be administered for as little as 1 hour a day up to round the clock care.

Memory Care

These communities provide a secure and specialized environment for those struggling with Alzheimers or other forms of dementia. This option is especially relevant for Seniors who struggle with wandering and need a locked facility to keep them from wandering outside.

Home Health

Clinical medical care provided by a registered nurse, occupational therapist, physical therapist or other skilled medical professionals within your
own home.

Skilled Nursing

Also known as Nursing Homes; Skilled Nursing facilities administer clinical medical care by skilled professionals. Patients who aren't safe to discharge directly home from the hospital typically spend a couple weeks to a couple months recovering here. In addition they can provide long term care services
for those who may have complex medical needs.

Needs Assessment

This 5 minute survey will enable Senior Solutions to properly evaluate your loved one’s functional condition.

As a thank you we would love to send you a “Free Safety Checklist”.