You wouldn’t start the college search the last semester of your senior year of high school, so why wait until there’s a crisis to start researching assisted living communities?
Whether your loved one has decided that they’re interested in making a move or you’ve decided a change would be in their best interest, starting your search sooner rather than later allows them to play an active role in where they will live.
If you’ve ever participated in a college search, either for yourself or a younger loved one, you might notice that some of the steps to finding the best assisted living community are similar: Do some reflection. Prioritize what’s important. Find guidance. Visit campus.
And just like finding the right school isn’t just a question of SATs, GPAs, and college rankings, finding the best assisted living community isn’t just about staff-to-resident ratios, monthly fees, and proximity of location.
With the right support, information, and knowledge of how families find the best assisted living communities, you can find the best fit for you and your family. Use this checklist make a decision you and your loved one are confident in. You’ll learn:
Download it, print it out, and use these tips to find the assisted living community that your loved one can call home.