SETX Senior Locator

Senior Placement Assistance from the Ones Who Care the Most! 

We understand that this is probably a decision you don’t want to make alone. That’s why your Senior Advisor will personally or virtually meet with you and guide you through the best senior housing communities based on your loved one’s individual needs*.

Assisted Living

Assisted Living is a residential facility that offers assistance with daily activities for people who are able to get around independently. Every community offers different levels of support, so it’s important to understand the level of care your loved one needs now as well as what health conditions may need further assistance in the future.

Nursing Home

A nursing home is the highest care environment for today’s seniors that require the skilled nursing services of a physician, nurse, social worker, physical therapist, occupational therapist or a respiratory therapist. These facilities are mostly paid for by Medicare and Medicaid. A nursing home is usually used more for a short term rehabilitation stay than as a long term care facilities option unless the senior is on a Medicaid program.

Private Care Homes

Private care homes are intended for seniors who would benefit from full-time assistance. Safety and health care needs of residents are met at these homes in a family-like environment. Homes are often tucked into neighborhoods and provide increased supervision and structure. This is a great option for seniors who enjoy a homelike atmosphere, value close relationships, and prefer a quieter lifestyle.

Home Care

Home care is care that allows a person with special needs to stay in their home. It might be for people who are getting older (aging in place). It could also be for people who are chronically ill, recovering from surgery, or have a disability. Home care services include: Personal care, such as help with bathing, washing your hair, or getting dressed. Household chores, such as cleaning, yard work, and laundry. Cooking for you in your home or delivering meals to you. Health care, such as having a home health aide come to your home.

Home Health

Home health care is a wide range of health care services that can be given in your home for an illness or injury. Home health care is usually less expensive, more convenient, and just as effective as care you get in a hospital or skilled nursing facility (SNF). 

 

Medical House Calls

Home-based primary care—or the modern-day “house call”—delivers primary care to the most medically complex homebound or home-limited patients in society.

Independent Living

Independent Living Community for seniors is there for those who need more socialization than living alone at home. They don’t require regular medical services, but they may need a little help around the house.

Most independent living communities Nationwide provide personal senior apartments. Residents also enjoy the added choice to eat with friends in a community dining room with prepared meals. There are no living restrictions, and seniors have the freedom to come and go whenever they please.

Hospice

Hospice care is a special kind of care that focuses on the quality of life for people and their caregivers who are experiencing an advanced, life-limiting illness. Hospice care provides compassionate care for people in the last phases of incurable disease so that they may live as fully and comfortably as possible.

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