Better Care Starts With Better Understanding
Senior care comes with a lot of questions. If you’re not sure what kind of care your loved one needs, or just want to learn more, please reference the useful resources below.
Affinity Program for Families of the Memory Impaired
Memory impairments don’t just affect the elderly. When a younger, more active individual is affected, families and loved ones often find it extremely challenging and overwhelming. The Affinity Program is a support group designed to offer caregivers an opportunity to stop, take a breath, and spend time with others going through the same issues. Proudly supported by Harmony Village at Paramus and Harmony Village at Jackson, at the Affinity Program you’ll find:
- An open community for learning and socializing
- Camaraderie among individuals who share a common experience
- A resource to assist in getting the best out of situations and interactions with loved ones
- A forum for sharing tips and strategies with others
- An environment of positive energy
- Social events – dinners, cocktail parties, outings, social events
Medicare & You
This handbook from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has up-to-date information to help you navigate Medicare plans, costs, coverage, and more.
Elder Care Continuum
Know the three phases of senior care needs consisting of early, moderate, and progressed. At CareOne, we’re experts in all three, providing care across the varying stages of senior living.
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