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The Ideal Housing Alternative for Seniors

Although difficult and painful, the biggest fear an older adult faces is the idea of losing their independence. Fortunately, the trend over the past two decades has been to create a wider variety of living options for senior citizens.

Supportive Living is the ideal alternative for seniors who can still live independently with little care and for those who may qualify for financial assistance. It is also the perfect choice for family members who realize they can no longer care for the individual and need to make an immediate decision on placement.


The transition into a residential care facility is an enormous change in lifestyle and can be emotional and confusing. There are many questions that arise regarding common ailments that the senior is experiencing or what can they expect at a Supportive Living facility. The “assistance” is not limited to personal care needs. Many staff members get involved with knowing the residents. They learn the resident’s favorite hobbies and subjects which turns the “facility” into a new home.

The social supportive environment will also allow the residents to share some of their experiences with one another and therefore they can empathize with each other on the new transition. There are daily activities both inside and outside of the community. The activities are chosen to stimulate physical, mental, emotional and spiritual needs. There are shuttle trips which will include anything from shopping and special luncheons to visits to the casino, museum and other cultural events.

Residents can expect to have quality personal services which include: 24-hour nursing staff, housekeeping and laundry assistance, medication reminders, transportation to medical appointments, community outings and daily activities. Community amenities such as: three meals a day in a common dining room on each floor, patios, an exercise room and laundry areas are purposely designed to encourage socializing among seniors.


The price range for Supportive Living can vary depending on the size of the apartment and level of assistance required by the resident. The industry range is between $1,800-$4,000 per month. Medicaid assists those who qualify.

In a recent study by Consumer Reports, residents stated that excellent staff, high quality care, and people to talk to were much more important than decorative surroundings. Therefore, if one’s goal is personal care and choice, individuality, and an independent lifestyle, Supportive Living is the perfect answer.


For an information packet or to find a Supportive Living Facility in your area, please Click Here.