Portland Maine Senior Living Options

Cincinnati Senior Living Options

Finding a place for a parent or another loved one can be overwhelming. There are so many options out there and the choices can be overwhelming. It’s our job to know the best senior living communities in Portland Maine and the surrounding areas. Here is a description of each type. Not sure what kind of senior living options is best? Contact us today.

Assisted Living

Always Include 3 meals a day, housekeeping, transportation for medical appointments, shopping and off community activities and field trips. Assisted Living focuses on helping residents with activities of daily living, which include, but are not limited to dressing, bathing, and even feeding (when necessary).

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Assisted Living Portland Maine
Memory Care Portland Maine

Memory Care

These communities focus on dementia care; whether your senior has a general form of dementia or Alzheimer's Disease. What sets memory care apart from standard Assisted Living is the high level of dementia education and training each staff member must go through. All Memory Care Communities are locked units which requires a code to get in and out of the community. This ensures the resident remains safe from elopement (leaving the community unsupervised).

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Independent Living

Generally includes 3 meals a day, housekeeping, and several social activities throughout the day. Also, most all communities provide transportation for medical appointments and general shopping. Also includes transportation to off-Community activities as well as field trips. You will find that many of the residents still drive and keep their cars at the community.

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Independent Living Portland Maine
Nursing Homes Portland Maine

Nursing Homes

These communities are developed to work exactly like Assisted Living Communities, except they are typically larger. Board and Care homes are usually set in residential communities; they are usually large residential homes, maybe a large farm house with several bedrooms. It's not uncommon for a community to only have 2 or 3 bedrooms or residence. Others might be larger up to 10 or 15 residents. These communities are set up to have a pleasant family feel and are generally more affordable than larger Assisted Living Communities.

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