Featured Senior Living Partners

  • My father had to move out of the retirement community he was living in. I didn’t know what to do. I found a new one in the same city with an opening the very same day on SeniorInsider.com. Thanks!

    - Tim J California

How It Works

A comparison of senior living housing options

  • Dec 15, 2018
  • Posted by the Editor, SeniorInsider
Senior living housing options can vary widely, both in the level of care offered as well as the costs involved. As our longevity increases, more and more of us will be required to consider how and where we will spend our senior years, and senior living options are a large part of this decision. While our first choice may be to age in place, or remain in our own home, this may not always be a viable option. The choice of senior living arrangements will be largely dependent upon your individual needs, preferences, and, of course, financial status, and it is important to thoroughly explore all available alternatives.

read more

FAQs about Alzheimer's housing and Alzheimer's home care

  • Dec 15, 2018
  • Posted by the Editor, SeniorInsider
The decision to place a loved one in Alzheimer’s housing or find Alzheimer’s home care for a loved one is an important one and more than likely raises more than a few questions.  In this article, we will examine some of the frequently asked questions regarding Alzheimer’s home care and Alzheimer’s housing.
read more

Senior care homes can help you care for a disabled adult

  • Dec 15, 2018
  • Posted by the Editor, SeniorInsider
Caring for a disabled adult can be incredibly difficult, often requiring senior care homes in order to give them the appropriate and necessary daily care they require. Although senior care homes can certainly become necessary for the disabled adult person, when they are required to leave their home and family, they can become extremely depressed. Additionally, the family members may have considerable guilt from putting their loved one into senior care homes because they are simply unable to provide the level of care giving needed. The decision to move a disabled adult into senior care homes can be one of the most difficult decisions that all the people involved will ever have to face. 
read more