How Caring Places Care Types Differ
The number of American over 65 will jump to 95 million in the next 40 years and this increase is driving the need for care facilities like Caring Places. Our elderly deserve the best care during their final years, but which type is best for your senior? Caring Places Management offers 20 locations located throughout Oregon and Washington with each community offering specialized care in each of the following care areas.
Assisted Living can provide personal care, housekeeping, medication management among other services, all while promoting freedom and independence for seniors who don't need round-the-clock care. Each Caring Places Assisted Living community provide thoughtful, loving care to each resident offering active and engaging life enrichment programs with daily activities.
Memory Care offers peace of mind providing safety, security and caregivers who are specially trained to deal with any behavioral issues related to memory loss. Caring Places provide the very highest care for seniors experiencing Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia. Activities are tailored to stimulate residents both physically and cognitively keeping each senior functioning at their highest possible level.
Whatever care your senior needs, Caring Place Management communities can fill those needs. We provide many levels of care based on each individual's needs, from support with daily tasks to end of life care including hospice services. When living at home is no longer an option, you need a Caring Place. Visit us online at CaringPlaces.com to find a community near you.
River Terrace Memory Care
950 South End Road
Oregon City, OR 97045