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Frequently Asked Questions
A senior group home, also known as an assisted living home, seeks to provide seniors with the care they need in a living environment as comfortable and personal as their own home.
Independent living communities are for seniors with minimal health problems. These communities are the most affordable type of senior housing and typically include meal plans and transportation options. Some communities may also provide housekeeping and laundry service options.
Nursing homes provide 24-hour skilled nursing care for seniors who require a high level of assistance and medical care. Due to the 24 hour services available from licensed nurses.
It is important to have 24-hour assistance and structured activities to ensure a safe and healthy quality of life. A number of options for seniors with memory care needs are currently available in Arizona.
Hospice care is covered in Arizona by Medicare, Medicaid, and even some private health insurance policies.
Most people believe that Hospice is only available for a limited six-month life expectancy due to a terminal illness. However, there are many instances where hospice care is extended beyond this time length.
Hospice medical professionals typically work in collaboration with, and not as a replacement of, your existing physician.
Hospice care is an established part of the healthcare system. Services are covered by Medicare, most insurance plans, and some Medicaid plans. Some not-for-profit hospices provide care to everyone regardless of insurance or financial means.
Caregivers care for someone with an illness, injury, or disability. Stress from caregiving is common and may include depression or anxiety.
Alzheimer’s Disease, classified as a form of dementia can cause issues with memory loss, behavioral changes, and thought inconsistency.
Dementia is the descriptive term for symptoms pertaining to memory loss, as well as the ability to think and interact socially. Common causes of dementia are Alzheimer’s, Hutchinson’s, and Parkinson’s disease.
The cost will always be dependent on a number of factors including location, quality, and quantity of services offered, as well as the discretion of facility owners. We recommend calling an Eldercare Advisor today at 602-362-8803
With a reverse mortgage, there are no monthly payments. Instead, the equity of the home is used as a loan to the homeowner that is expected to eventually be repaid by the sale of the home.
A reverse mortgage, also known as the home equity conversion mortgage (HECM), is a mortgage loan for homeowners 62 or older who have accumulated equity in their home and want to borrow that equity for supplemental income.
A health care power of attorney is when someone is designated as an agent to make medical decisions in the instance of a medical situation.
* Always consult an attorney for legal advice regarding Power of Attorney and other related legalities.
Estate planning is the process of deciding and arranging a person’s estate to determine what will be done in the case of death.
* Always consult an attorney for legal advice regarding estate planning and other related legalities.