It’s often hard to know when is the right time to make the move into an assisted living or memory care community. If your loved one is experiencing problems with isolation, sleep confusion, exhibiting wandering behaviors, experiencing a change in behavior or temperament, or needing additional assistance with their daily needs, the Sodalis Senior Living communities are here to help. Visit a community closest to you today to learn more about our team, residents and services. In addition, we’ve included links below to help with information on how to afford senior living, Alzheimer’s care links and tips for caregivers.
Eldercare Financial Guidance
Assistance for Veterans
Are you a veteran? Did you know that a veteran, or their surviving spouse, might be entitled to financial support? The Center for Elder Veterans Rights is available at 800.394.1250.
The Assisted Living Federation of America provides detailed information about options, costs, evaluation of senior living options.
AARP Resource Center
AARP provides an excellent caregiving resource center that focuses on long term care planning, including benefits, insurance and other legal and financial matters.
Read this brochure from the Alzheimer’s Association that addressses making financial plans after one is diagnosed with dementia.
Community Stress Busting Program
This program is designed to improve quality of life for family caregivers who provide care for persons with Alzheimer’s or other dementias by helping them manage their stress.
The Caregiver Teleconnection
A free, bilingual and confidential program that connects caregivers and family members to information and support through the telephone or “telephone learning.”
This website addresses multiple issues to assist family caregivers of all types.
Caregiver Action Network
The CAN site has active family caregiver forums and peer networks along with lots of information.
If you are looking for the latest research and data on Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, the Alzheimer’s Association is an outstanding resource. They also have a 24/7 helpline.
Alzheimer’s Association Financial Resources
The Alzheimer’s Association has incredible resources available for families addressing legal matters, ways to pay for care, and local assistance are easily accessible.
The Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research Foundation is another great source of information providing everything from practical assistance regarding diagnosis and symptoms to scientific research information.
Texas Department of State Health
The Texas Department of State Health Services provides Alzheimer’s caregiving resources as well as links to Alzheimer’s Association chapters and regions around the state.