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Finding a suitable home for your senior loved one requires a customized approach.  At Your Care Agency we treat every client as if they are our own mother or father.  Which means we will find them a welcoming, comfortable place to live, at the most affordable price, closest to the friends and family that love them.

In addition to assisted living communities and nursing homes, elder care can also include hospice care, memory care, and even independent living communities. Each type of elder care is designed to meet specific needs and preferences. When searching for Arizona elder care, you'll find the following general categories of care:

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Independent living can simplify the daily lives of seniors who are still able to live on their own and do not require supervision or assistance. Even though independent living communities are designed for generally healthy, self-sufficient seniors, they still provide easier access to assistance when needed. On-site services may include laundry, housekeeping, and meal preparation, assuming some residents' daily responsibilities.

Memory Care Scottsdale Arizona


Assisted living is an ideal option for seniors who are able to maintain some independence, but still need some assistance with a variety of daily activities. A variety of routine responsibilities are assisted by assisted living staff, such as bathing, dressing, toileting, transferring, incontinence care, preparing meals, and managing medications. Laundry services, community transportation, social events, recreational classes, and social events are some of the amenities offered by assisted living communities.



Seniors diagnosed with dementia, Alzheimer's disease, and other memory loss challenges may receive memory care either in a memory care facility or in a residential care home. Staff members in memory care facilities provide specialized assistance around the clock, ensuring residents' safety and providing a home-like environment.

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To maximize remaining quality of life and provide proper care for seniors with terminal conditions or a life expectancy of six months or less, hospice care is often recommended. Hospice care is usually provided by a team of medical, psychological, and spiritual professionals. It is possible to receive hospice care at home or in an elder care facility.


Some seniors prefer the feeling of being at home over being in a larger community.  Assisted Living Homes offer a smaller environment consisting of 10 or less people and an improved caregiver to resident ratio over some of the larger places.  They still provide the same levels of care as a larger community but in a more intimate environment.

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