Why use Senior Living Placement? Can my family do this on our own?
Navigating through the healthcare system can be extremely challenging with all of the unknowns. There is a lot information that families are not aware of which can lead to
extremely stressful times that are accompanied with bad decision making. Senior Living Placements main goal is to give your family all the resources and respect you deserve. We have learned to give complete transparency to families in this process as it only makes decisions that much easier.
Senior Living Placement meets with families to discusses the needs of your loved one such as but not limited to, their personal lifestyle, mobility, physical health, cognitive level, social behavior, what they like to do for fun, and of course budget. We gather this information from families so we can help find the best care, resources, and options. Senior Living Placement works side by side with families to create the best plan for your loved one.
Assisted Senior Living communities and most Board and Cares are private pay. Senior Living Placement can help you find any other possible resources that are out there that may assist with payment for these communities. More often than not families are unaware of the options available to them, so at SLP we are here to educate and ease your mind.
This answer varies depending on location, the needs of your loved one, and which senior living community you chose. We provide you with options to choose from depending on you or your loved one's needs. . The National Investment Center for Senior Housing & Care conducted a study addressing the middle income, older population and its ability to pay for assisted living. Called the "Forgotten Middle," the study found that 54% of the 14.4 million middle-income older adults in 2029 in the United States will lack the financial resources to pay for senior housing and care. An update to that study released earlier this year found that more than 11 million older adults (72%) will not be able to afford assisted living by 2033, and they likely won’t qualify for Medicaid to pay their long-term care needs either.
California’s middle-income population aged 85 or more years is expected to double over the next decade, from 230,000 to 463,000, and only a portion of these individuals will be able to afford private-pay assisted living, according to the study.
The study is encouraging providers to reduce their price points so more older Americans can afford assisted living.Click "Contact Us” and let us find you affordable housing NOW
Welcome Home Care Advisors, can assist you with everything from elderly in home care, to memory care facilities. Assuring that we can be the placement counselors that will provide you solutions. Call us at the number below or click "Book Now" to schedule an appointment with a care advisor today!