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Care Options

Long-Term Care

Seniors and others who are affected by HD have several care options available. Housing options can provide a high quality of care. Adults care homes, continuing care communities, assisted living and memory care facilities, and nursing homes are all excellent options for providing care for a loved one with HD.

  • Adult Care Homes

    Residences for aged and disabled adults who may require 24-hour supervision and assistance with personal care needs. These homes vary in size and generally have more than 100 residents.

  • Continuing Care Communities

    Single-family homes, condos, apartments, or rooms for seniors living independently or needing assistance benefit from continuing care communities. These communities usually require a large one-time payment (which can be more than $500,000, depending on the area). The resident pays monthly rent after the one-time fee has been paid. The biggest advantage of continuing care communities is that residents are guaranteed a place in the community’s facilities when they need help.

  • Assisted Living Facilities

    A long-term care option combining housing, support services, and healthcare. Assisted living is great for people who require assistance with everyday activities.

  • Memory Care Facilities

    Specialized nursing homes for residents who cannot care for themselves and who have memory problems such as dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.

  • Nursing Homes

    Residents receive care from skilled nursing and therapy staff to treat, manage, observe, and evaluate their care. Staff typically includes RNs, physical and occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, and audiologists.

  • In-home Care

    Home care is care that allows a person with special needs stay in their home. Home care services include personal care, such as help with bathing, washing your hair, or getting dressed.

  • Hospice

    A team-oriented approach to expert medical care, pain management, and emotional and spiritual support expressly tailored to the patient's needs and wishes. At the center of hospice and palliative care is the belief that each of us has the right to die pain-free and with dignity, and that our family will receive the necessary support to allow us to do so.