Your Guide to Retirement Living
At The Lodge at Summers Pointe, our focus is providing the best level of service and support to allow residents to live as independently as possible. We are here as a resource to help you in your search for yourself, a friend or family member to make the best decision available regarding your senior living options. We’ve compiled a guide of senior living service-types that are commonly found during research into senior housing. At The Lodge at Summers Pointe, we provide outstanding Assisted Living, Short Stay and Adult Day Care, with a very knowledgeable staff on the many other senior living options available. We hope you find the information in this guide useful in determining the best senior housing option for yourself or a family member.
55+ retirement communities attract seniors in early retirement looking to downsize. Learn about what 55+ retirement communities have to offer.
Assisted living communities provide care for seniors who need help with daily tasks. Discover more about assisted living communities.
Skilled nursing centers provide 24-hour care for seniors who need a higher level of care. Explore the options available with skilled nursing care.
Adult day care is short term non-residential program for seniors with care needs. Understand how adult day care programs can help your family.
Respite care is a short term residential program that provides a break to the primary caregiver. Learn more about respite care programs.
Memory care communities help seniors diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, dementia, or other memory loss. Discover the memory care services available to seniors.
Continuing Care Retirement Communities, or CCRCs are senior living communities for those who prefer a continuum of care in one location at a predictable rate. Learn more about Continuing Care Retirement Communities.
In home care is a care option for those seniors who wish to remain in their own home. Find out if senior in home care is right for you.
Residential home care is senior care in a large home where multiple seniors live in their own private rooms. Explore residential home care living.
Hospice care is a form of care to relieve pain for those suffering terminal illnesses. Learn more about hospice care.