Frequently Asked Questions

Assisted living and nursing homes are both types of residential care facilities for seniors, but they differ in the level of care and support they provide. Assisted living is a good option for seniors who need some help with activities of daily living (ADLs) such as bathing, dressing, and meal preparation, but who are still able to live independently. Nursing homes are designed for seniors who require 24-hour skilled nursing care and supervision.

In personal care services assist seniors and other adults with activities of daily living, the basic skills one needs to live independently at home.

Personal care services can include bathing, dressing, grooming, oral hygiene, help with mobility, eating assistance and toileting care.

The cost for personal care varies depending on where you need care and the number of hours you need a caregiver each day.

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Yes, Silver Season homecare has a medication management program, which may be added to a resident’s individualized Service Plan.

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