Refers to basic tasks like eating, dressing, toileting and bathing that make up most people’s day.
Refers to a person remaining in their home, or living in a non-healthcare environment, as he or she ages.
Part of the Kendal at Home team, this person helps a Kendal at Home member live his or her best life and helps coordinate long term care services.
A residential facility that is part independent living, skilled nursing home, and assisted living facility. Healthy adults can enter a CCRC and choose to live in an independent home or an apartment, and can enter the assisted living or nursing care facilities if they are needed.
A service for terminally ill patients and their families that provides medical, nursing, and support services for the final six months of a patient’s life.
Specialized medical care for people with serious illnesses. Care focuses on improving the quality of life for patients and their families, and improving the symptoms and stress of living with a serious illness.
A communal housing option that can provide assistance with supportive services like meals, transportation, and activities.
A housing or services program that provides meals, activities, personal care and housekeeping services.
A congregate living setting regulated by state and federal governments that provides housing and healthcare in a professionally managed setting to adults who need assistance with the activities of daily living.
Insurance designed to cover the cost of a nursing home, retirement community, or home health care.
Consists of services and support to health and personal care needs over an extended period of time.
A residential facility that provides assistance with activities such as medication management, housekeeping, bathing, etc.
A program for older adults designed to promote wellness and successful aging. The program combines a person-directed approach with a scientifically grounded assessment system.
A periodic assessment from the Kendal at Home team that looks at your functioning and safety within your home.