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Families have many decisions to make during a senior care search. With so many options available in California., it’s easy to feel confused and overwhelmed. We have listed a guide below for how to differentiate your senior living options.  With the right information and resources, you’ll be better prepared to make informed and confident choices for your family.
Remember, you’re not alone. Our team at offers free senior care assessments and
one-on-one guidance for families across California.  If you have questions call us at
(800) 230-5458. You’ll be connected with placement specialist who knows your area and can help you determine which housing or care options your family should explore. is a devoted placement Agency and we do things differently than other placement companies.

Our Steps before placing your aging loved ones:

  • Contact owner of the facility and work together and go over what the facility offers and staff requirements to properly care for the resident
  • Complete a walk through at the facility and make sure is in compliance
  • Work with facility owner and make sure the client will be compatible with the other residents in the facility.
  • Negotiate the budget for the residents needs with the facility and make sure the family is happy.
  • Will follow up with each family to make sure the residents needs are met and are provided with the proper care after placing the resident.

Living Options:


Senior independent living communities cater to seniors who are very independent with few medical problems. Residents live in fully equipped private apartments.

A variety of apartment sizes are available from studios to large two bedrooms. Fine dining services are offered with custom-designed meal packages. Often, residents can choose to pay for a specified number of meals per day. Frequently, there are numerous social outings and events to choose from for entertainment.

Also Known As:

  • Retirement Communities
  • Congregate Care
  • Retirement Villages
  • 55 + Communities
  • Senior Apartments
  • Continuing Care Retirement Community



Assisted Living communities are designed for seniors who are no longer able to live on their own safely but do not require the high level of care provided in a nursing home. Assistance with medications, activities of daily living, meals and housekeeping are routinely provided. Three meals per day are provided in a central dining room. Residents live in private apartments which frequently have a limited kitchen area. Staff is available 24 hours per day for additional safety. Most assisted living communities provide licensed nursing services. The hours vary greatly, so be sure to ask when you visit. Social activities and scheduled transportation are also available in most communities. A special unit for Alzheimer’s residents is available in some, but not all communities.

Also Known As:

  • Assisted Care Community
  • Personal Care Home



Nursing homes provide around-the-clock skilled nursing care for the frail elderly who require a high level of medical care and assistance. Twenty-four hour skilled nursing services are available from licensed nurses. Many nursing homes now provide short-term rehabilitative stays for those recovering from an injury, illness or surgery. Long-term care residents generally have high care needs and complex medical conditions that require routine skilled nursing services. Residents typically share a room and are served meals in a central dining area unless they are too ill to participate. Activities are also available. Some facilities have a separate unit for Alzheimer’s residents.

Also Known As:

  • Convalescent Care
  • Nursing Center
  • Skilled Nursing
  • Long Term Care Facility


Residential care homes are private homes that typically serve residents who live together and receive care from live-in caretakers. These homes offer assisted care services for seniors who want a more private, home-like community. Assistance with activities of daily living such as bathing and dressing are typically provided.

Also Known As:

  • Board and Care Homes



Respite care provides a temporary break for caregivers by allowing a resident to have a short-term stay in a community that can meet their needs. Many assisted living communities and nursing homes have a respite care program. Residents typically stay from a week to a month, depending on their situation. They receive all of the services of the community. Respite stays may also serve as a “get acquainted” period for the senior. Many residents find that they enjoy their stay and decide to move in soon after the short-term visit. Respite programs are available for assisted living and Alzheimer’s residents.

Also Known As:

  • Short-Term Stay Programs
  • Adult Day Care

Call us now and let us help you find the right assisted living for you. Let us help you and your family makes the right choice  800-230-5458 or just simply email us and a representative will contact you right away.



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