Welcome to Aging Gracefully Senior Services

Choosing housing alternatives for seniors can be a very emotional and difficult journey. We are here to assist and guide you every step of the way so that the transition process is as smooth and easy as possible. It is important to know your options so that you can make an informed decision.

Assisted Living Options

Assisted Living/Retirement Communities – Assisted living facilities and communities provide residents with the support needed to remain independant in a familiar environment, with meals and activities provided for a monthly fee.

In-Home Care – In-home care is among the most requested services in our society. This is an hourly paid service that is flexible and can be changed to fit your needs, whether you need one hour, several hours, or round the clock

Residential Care Facility – For a monthly fee, these facilities provide room and board, housekeeping, supervision, as well as personal assistance and daily activities, including but not limited to personal hygiene, dressing, eating, and walking. This may be the best option for individuals that need 24 hour supervison.

Dementia/Alzheimer’s Care Communities – These facilities are under continuous supervision and doctor observation. These are the best options for individuals with Dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease, as their needs are always tended to, while being provided with the most safe and secure environment.

Skilled Nursing Facilities – For a monthly fee, nursing homes provide the skilled nursing care, appropriate medical monitoring and assistance with activities of daily living that many elderly persons require as they age and suffer various health setbacks.