It is important to choose the best assisted living service for your family in the future. Most people turning 65 (an estimate of 70%) will need some type of long-term assistance in their lifetime. Assisted living facilities, at-home care, and nursing home services can provide help for your relatives when they need it.
One option is a small assisted living home, which can give your family member more personal care.
Bigger assisted living programs can often end up placing family members in large, shared rooms, where personal care is not a priority. This will be a better option for those who require special attention with medication and special food.
Senior communities may be an option to consider if you or your family member prefers being around other people of their age. This could be a good environment for those who like socialization. The elderly should continue socializing in their daily lives.
Care from the home is an option if the family has the capabilities to hire an in-home nurse or a family member to act as a caregiver. All these options can be researched deeper to find the best plan for you and your family.