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When you find yourself taking care of someone who once took care of you, you find yourself in the new world of senior care, which is often confusing and difficult to understand. Besides feeling responsible for such huge decisions that impact yourself or the person you're helping, understanding the differences between home care or a nursing home or assisted living, often can be overwhelming. And, as one ages, needs change, so that temporary home nursing care today may lead to permanent in home care or other types of senior care tomorrow.

That's why we're here. We've brought it all together for you! You no longer need to visit separate sites for home care, retirement homes, nursing home, assisted living, memory care or even hospice. But we're more than a senior care provider site, as you can also find an estate planning attorney, financial planning advisor, a Medicare Medicaid consultant or geriatric care manager - all people who can help you that you may not have even known existed!

The days of staying in one's home until ‘the end' or even happily going to a retirement home to live out one's ‘Golden Years', is often complicated by the effects of aging. "If I'd known I was going to live this long, I would have taken better care of myself" rings true for many. From diabetes to Alzheimer's, aging can be tough for many. And, depending on one's changing mental and physical condition, health care needs change too, often impacting both legal and financial issues for seniors.

Simply put, there are degrees to the levels of senior care providers that one may need as they age. From simple home cleaning or cooking assistance for a some in home care to spending part of one's day in adult day care senior centers, to living in a retirement home or retirement community -- these are all choices that are for relatively healthy, active seniors. When one is less healthy or less active, then home nursing care may be needed, or the choice to have a bit more help in either an assisted living facility, or even a nursing home. Then there may be the need for a memory care unit or an Alzheimer's care facility, for those suffering the effects of dementia, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's, etc.

Retirement planning is always agreed to being a good idea, but one of the most difficult things to do. Retirement planning is more than financial planning as it often requires the expertise of an elder law attorney or a certified financial planner that specializes in the needs of seniors. There are also tax accounting issues where a tax accountant is needed to work with a financial planner or an elder care lawyer. There are also Geriatric Care Managers who are aware of all resources and have recommendations for people and providers they work with, and can often help with Medicare Medicaid issues that affect elder care.

From elderly care products to senior services, there are plenty of choices that can make living in one's own home so much easier. House cleaning for seniors is becoming more affordable, as is other services such as lawn care, pet care, or other services like assisted transportation, reverse home mortgages, medical supplies, scooters, wheelchairs, long term care insurance, prepared meal home delivery and more.  We're - Your Complete Source For Senior Care.