Caring for an Aging Loved One?
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Caring.com exists to help family caregivers like you make better decisions, save time and money and feel less alone.
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Find Senior Care & Senior Living Options Near You
Looking for senior care can be stressful and confusing, and you may be unsure where to start. Whether you’re looking for a senior living community or help with in-home care, we’re here to help you understand your options, learn about financing and guide you through the process.
Detailed Cost Info and Photos
We give you detailed cost information and images whenever they’re available so that you can choose the best senior care option for your family.
Thousands of Listings
Our senior care directory puts information at your fingertips. It’s free to use and includes comprehensive listings for senior living communities and home care agencies.
Seasoned Family Advisors
Our Family Advisors help you simplify and narrow down the best options for you and your loved one, and figure out your budget.
Reviews from Families
You’ll get an inside look at the details -- like food, staff, and atmosphere -- that truly matter from actual residents, their families, and others with first-hand experience of the communities and services that interest you.
Top Resources for Seniors and Caregivers
Caring.com’s 2021 Wills and Estate Planning Study
For the first time, younger adults are more likely to have a will than middle-aged adults. Caring.com’s 2021 Wills and Estate Planning Study highlights the impact of COVID-19 on estate planning and offers resources to get started creating a will.
PAYING FOR CARE
A Caregiver’s Guide to Managing Finances
Caregivers often take on the responsibility of managing their loved one’s finances, and may even help pay for care. This guide can help caregivers learn more about their financial options to reduce finance-related stress and strain.
ALZHEIMER'S AND OTHER DEMENTIAS
What You Should Know About Alzheimer’s Disease
More than 5 million people in the U.S. are living with Alzheimer’s disease. Read on to learn about early signs and symptoms and what to expect during each stage of the condition.
Founded by Caregivers, Trusted by Families
In 2007, a few friends who were each caring for an aging parent noticed a lack of information online to help them navigate the complexities of caregiving. Not finding the one-stop online resource they needed, they decided to create it themselves. The result was Caring.com.
Today, our company is filled with people working to make a difference for others. Here are a few members of the team and what caregiving means to them.
I have been a Family Advisor at Caring.com for several years. I really enjoy working with our families and seniors and assisting them with their senior care service needs. There is great satisfaction when I find the right services for a senior in need and I give a family peace of mind. I am passionate about the work that I do. At the end of every day, I know that I am making a difference in a family’s life."
Working with Caring.com has been so very rewarding and has given me a lot of joy over the years. Helping seniors and their loved ones find the resources that they are looking for in what can be a very turbulent time is very satisfying. I look forward to being able to do this for years to come. One of my favorite sayings is "Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none!"
I love working at Caring.com. I love helping people and Caring.com allows me the opportunity to do this every day. To be able to help our seniors and their families find the perfect resources in just a few minutes is so very rewarding. We can set their mind at ease and give them the best options for their loved ones. It is a calling, not a job!"
More than 4,000 Families Rate Us 5 Stars
Comprehensive, excellent follow through. Listened and gave feedback correctly so we both understood the plan of action. Extensive knowledge and resources. Very professional and compassionate.
Rachel, in Palm Coast
Very prompt, courteous, knowledgeable, and patient. Ron called me back to follow through and offered to answer any questions even on his day off.
Kay, in Dallas
Carla was very friendly and helpful and offered many suggestions. Both my wife and I were pleased with her attitude and general concern for our situation. We both felt like she genuinely cared and wanted to help us get the best care for my father possible.
Matt, in Florida
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Learn More About Senior Living and Senior Care
At costs ranging from $1,200 to $8,000 per month, assisted living communities are a great choice for someone who needs help with activities of daily living, such as eating, grooming and bathing. Many also offer respite care (short-term stays).Learn more
Memory care communities are specially designed living environments for people with Alzheimer's or other dementias. You can expect that staff members have extra training to help people with memory loss. Costs are $3,000 per month and up. Some also provide respite care.Learn more
For help with driving, getting around the house, meal preparation, companionship, and light housekeeping, hire a professional caregiver through an in-home care agency. Caregivers can be hired on a one-time basis or a regular monthly schedule. Rates usually range from $20 to $40 per hour.Learn more
Independent living communities are great for residents who want to enjoy the perks of community living, but who don't need regular assistance with activities of daily living. Costs range from $1,000 to $4,000 per month.Learn more
Also called skilled nursing facilities (SNFs), nursing homes are staffed by skilled medical professionals who can provide 24-hour support. Some also offer short-term stays for someone who is transferring from the hospital but not yet ready to go home.Learn more
Hospice care helps provide comfort to your loved one in their last days. Care teams specialize in keeping pain and suffering to a minimum. This care is often provided at home, but care teams can also go to a hospital or other care facility to provide relief.Learn more