Designed for Your Way of Life
Click on one of our living options to discover all of the resources Generations offers.
FOR A LOVED ONE
How to Know When It’s Time To Move Parents
There are signs to help you know when it is time to consider the move.
What Level of Care Does My Loved One Need?
To find the best fit for your loved one, it’s important to take an honest assessment of not only what will work for today, but the services that may be required in the future.
Does My Loved One Need Memory Care?
At Generations we are dedicated to providing resources to those considering Memory Care for caregivers and loved ones.
Having the Tough Conversation
We know it can be difficult, but it’s important to talk about what’s happening as soon as possible. Planning ahead for the conversation can really help keep things positive and lead to better outcomes.
Finding Senior Living For A Couple
The right community should also allow for easy access between partners and allow them to remain together as a couple if that is their desire.
What Level of Care Do I Need?
Often we find that people choose a level of care that may not offer the support they truly need. To find your best fit, it’s important to take an honest assessment of not only what will work for today, but the services that you may need in the future.
When is the Right Time For Senior Living?
Featuring a few reasons people start thinking about moving—either moving themselves or starting the conversation with a loved one.
How To Find the Right Senior Living Community?
The first step is always to determine the level of care your family needs.
TIPS FOR MOVING
Planning For a Smooth Transition
Practical plans and tips for a smooth move and transitions to Generations.
FINANCIAL RESOURCES & PLANNING
What Are The Average Costs of Senior Living?
Costs of senior living can vary widely based on what part of the country you live in and the level of accommodations. Depending on your location, living in an Independent Living community can cost from $1,500 to $5,000 a month, and seniors residing in Assisted Living facilities have a monthly average cost ranging from $3,500 to $10,500 a month. Due to the higher level of services required, Memory Care will cost between 20-30% more than Assisted Living.
Helpful Financial Resources
Once you’ve found the right fit, the next step is to get your financial plan in place and identify your sources of funds. Depending on the type of care needed, different sources of payment may be involved. For example, Medicare will not pay for Assisted Living but may pay for part of Post Acute Care stays. This article lays out some options and tips for families paying for care. After determining sources of payment, making a new monthly budget based on your new rent is a good step. As so many things are included in your monthly rent, you may be pleasantly surprised at how much you are saving in home maintenance, insurance, utilities, food costs, etc.
For more assistance in estimating and budgeting for your senior living needs, please reach out to our team.