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As your parents or relatives age it may become apparent their current living situation is not meeting their needs. Perhaps they are struggling to maintain a full-size family home or they are becoming increasingly isolated in their neighborhood without anyone to check on them regularly. There are three primary levels of care within senior housing Denver Colorado that can provide your parents or relatives the perfect combination of independence and support every step of the way through older adulthood.

Independent Living

Perhaps your parents or relatives can manage and safely live on their own but they no longer want or can maintain a full size home and all of the maintenance and care that comes with it. Or maybe they want to downsize and have less square feet to clean and an easy call for repairs in the home. A regular independent living apartment may be the ideal living space for them in these cases.

Assisted Living

If your parents or relatives might need extra support with remembering things like medication, some additional or all meals provided, help with dressing or bathing, housekeeping and/or laundry, social activities, and/or 24-hour emergency care, then assisted living is an ideal situation for them. Assisted living provides assurance there is regularly someone checking in on them while still maintaining a level of independence and privacy.

Memory Care

If your loved one struggles with Alzheimer’s or Dementia, then memory care is the ideal living arrangement for them. While dealing with memory loss can be a stressful and challenging situation, having your loved one cared for in a supportive and skilled living environment can help maximize their quality of life and give them opportunities for meaningful social and recreational interactions. Staff is there around the clock and the programming seeks to slow down the progression of memory loss while also providing each individual purpose, enjoyment and satisfaction in their daily life.

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