who we are
and what we do
Our primary goal is patient advocacy. We accomplish this goal by getting families the help they need. We know the ever increasing difficulties of finding great senior care. Where to begin? This is often the question you or your loved one is faced with. We start by helping you see what options are available to you. You tell us what you or your loved one needs and we’ll help guide every step of the way.
Our Core Values
- Comfort - keeping our client's health, safety, quality of life and well-being are central in the design and delivery of services;
- Affection - treating and interacting with our clients with love, dignity, compassion, and empathy;
- Respect- showing respect for all cultures, religions, ethnicities, sexual orientation, ages, gender and disabilities;
- Integrity - treating our clients with honesty and integrity while recognizing and maintaining confidentiality of client information;
- Nurture - nurturing our clients for their optimum independence, security, and privacy;
- Generosity - provide our clients a selfless, good-hearted staff, who are generous with their care and compassion;
Residential Care Homes
What are residential care homes?
Residential care homes are known by different names depending on where you live. In some areas they are called adult family homes, in other areas they may be referred to as personal care homes, adult foster homes, group homes, or board and care homes. Typically, they all have the same things in common: they provide care for seniors in a homelike setting that's very much like a family.
This type of setting is excellent for residents who do not want to live in a larger community setting but still require a level of assistance similar to that offered by an Assisted Living or a Nursing Home. The staff in a residential care home may assist with medications, help residents bathe, get dressed and perform many other daily tasks or activities of daily living. Because of the homes' intimate settings, owners can often specialize in particular resident needs such as diabetes care, memory care, residents with special diets, residents who speak a particular language (Japanese or Spanish for example), residents of a particular religion or cultural background, as well as other needs.
Resident activities may involve board games, folding laundry, baking cookies, or preparing for the evening meal. Transportation may be included as part of the service the home provides, and may include doctor appointments, shopping, banking or trips to the local senior center.
Rates are usually charged per month. The monthly charge typically includes: three meals per day, utilities, housekeeping, laundry services, activities, and possibly transportation. Care level charges will be determined after the resident's needs have been assessed by the owner or operator.
Also Known As: Board and Care Homes; Group Homes; Adult Family Homes
Payment Sources: Private Pay; Medicaid (in some instances)
Price Range: $3000 to $7000 per month depending on the services and level of care provided and whether or not it is a shared/private room.
If you live in Wake County, Durham County, Orange County, Harnett County, Johnston County, Franklin County, Granville County, Lee County, Wilson County, or Nash County we can help you with residential care home options.
Call or contact us today 919-896-5917 to schedule your FREE personal visit or just talk to one of our senior care representatives.