Most people want to receive care in their homes. Care options can be to assist with cooking, cleaning, running errands. Hands on care, assist with bathing, dressing, eating, and medication.
Community options are Adult Day Care. Individuals can join a place where they are provided care in a community setting. They can join in planned activities. Some programs also include personal care, transportation, medical management, and meals.
Facility options are Assisted Living or Nursing Home care. Assisted Living facilities provide care in a residential facility. The level of care is not as extensive as a nursing home. People consider assisted living when they don’t’ need around the clock care. Nursing home care provides a higher level of care and supervisions when people need more help with their daily activities. Person care, lodging, supervision, medication, therapy, and rehabilitation are all provided on site, 24 hours a day.