Resources for Seniors
Assisted Living Facilities
What is assisted living? Assisted living is part of a continuance of long term care services that provides a combination of housing, personal care services, and health care designed to respond to individuals who need assistance with normal daily activities in a way that promotes maximum independence.
Richmond is home to a variety of assisted living facilities with plenty to offer! If you would like to learn more about assisted living in the Richmond area, please click the button below.
 

Financial Assistance & Funding Options for Assisted Living / Senior Living

Most assisted living communities offer residents the choice of all-inclusive or fee-for-service pricing. All-inclusive means that a single monthly fee covers rent, meals and any additional services a resident chooses such as housekeeping or transportation. Fee-for-service means a resident pays only for those services they use. Typically, if a resident intends to use the full suite of services an assisted living residence offers, it is less expensive to choose the all-inclusive model. If a resident will only require certain services or will use outside assistance for certain services, then the fee-for-service approach offers better cost savings.

 Aging in Place

By 2030 every Baby Boomer will be over 65, and will make up 21 percent of the population. And by 2060, almost 25 percent of Americans will be 65 and older. The aging population will have many far-reaching implications for American society, and how to care for older citizens is one of the most important to plan for and consider now.
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Senior Connections
Senior Connections is a resource for not only seniors, but for family and caregivers as well. Senior connections offers support for seniors who wish to remain at home, care coordination, medicare & insurance counseling and much more@ If you would like to read more about what Senior Connections offers, please click the button below.