Where to Start
There's a good chance this is the first time you have really thought about senior care. Like so many others, you may not be sure how to begin exploring your options.
The first step in selecting a center for yourself or your loved one is to understand the types of services you need, and your insurance benefits related to those services. Your referring hospitals or physicians can provide guidance on whether you need skilled nursing, rehabilitation, long-term care, and/or memory care and dementia services.
As you evaluate your care options, you may find that it is the culture of the care center and its employees that ultimately differentiates one from the next. At our client centers you'll find experienced staff members who strive to provide skilled care and support in a warm, nurturing environment.
Selecting a Provider
Once you’ve decided a skilled nursing center is the right choice for your family, you will probably have questions about specific centers.
Levels of Care
Centers provide a wide range of services. Learn what each level of care provides so you can determine what’s right for you.