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Can my relative have a room for himself?

Yes, the residences have private and shared rooms.

Can I visit my relative whenever I want?

You can visit your relative every day according to the schedule established by the residence.

What services does E&K offer to take my relative to these retirement homes?
  • Assisted Livind
  • Independent Living
  • Board & care
  • In Home care
  • Memory care
  • Respite care
  • custodial care Options
Can I take him/her for just a few days?

Yes, you can admit your family member for as long as you require our services

 

what is your fee for your services?

Our services are free to the public.

 

what is the monthly fee?

The fee varies based on the area and your budget.

 

Can i take my family member out for the day when I need to?

Reserve your stay permit or pick up your family member in advance at the house where he/she are staying.

I want my relative to be in the chosen house only during the Day, is it possible?

Yes, the chosen house offer that services at that time that it! 

What services do retirement homes have?
  • Comfortable and adequate facilities for the elderly
  • Food (5 meals a day)
  • Laundry
  • Nursing and care
  • Monitoring
  • Supervision 24 hours
  • Medication management
  • Monitoring vital signs
  • Take signs Physical and psychological
  • Recreational therapy
  • Activities: Arts & Crafts, Reading, Table games
  • GYM 
Do you provide transportation from the airport to the home?

Yes, we provide free transportation when we find placement for you.

 

What is the difference between a house and a community?

A house is a small place with few people where you can feel like a small family. A community is a big place with an apartment like room, activities for socializing, and offers more services. They are similar in prices but small places are more housewarming.

 

Let's Find Together The Place You Deserve

When you hear the phrase senior living, you may think about the old-fashioned nursing homes of the past. But today’s modern senior living is a far cry from one-size-fits-all. It also includes many different types of care, but the most common types include independent living, assisted living, memory care, and skilled nursing.

But how do you decide which one is right for you? Before you begin your senior living search, it helps to have an understanding of what kinds of care are available.