Generally, nursing homes provide seniors with board and care that includes:
Nursing homes are residential places for people who can no longer live independently like our senior loved ones. They provide the most extensive care anyone can get outside a hospital. Nursing homes offer a larger resident capacity compared to other senior living options.
Placement Helpers will be happy to orient our clients and their families about what nursing homes can offer and what makes them ideal for our clients’ situations.
Nursing Homes are skilled medical facilities where patients with a high level of care requirement receive treatment from qualified, licensed professionals. Doctors and nurses will be on staff to provide supervision and attention to medical needs. Patients will also receive routine help with their activities of daily living. Many patients at a nursing home will be there for a short term to receive doctor-ordered rehabilitation therapy after a hospital stay. Nursing homes also provide “custodial care” (non-skilled care that focuses on activities of daily living) to patients who receive Medi-Cal/Medicaid.Learn More
Call to speak with a Senior Care Advisor, who will complete an over-the-phone consultation with you to help us understand your physical, financial and geographic needs.
We will explain the various Senior Living and Care options available to you, and match you with the options that best meet your needs and preferences.
On our complimentary guided tours, a Senior Care Advisor will personally drive you to the senior living options that you select. All senior living communities have been pre-screened and evaluated by Placement Helpers to ensure a high quality of care.
We will be in touch with you throughout the entire process, helping you with any questions or concerns you may have, and can speak with communities on your behalf. Once you or your loved one has moved in, we will follow up with you to make sure you are highly satisfied with your new community.