What are activities of daily living?

What is hospice care?

What is an individual care plan?

What are short-term stays?

What is Simply Senior Living?

What are personal care services?

What is evidence based care?

What is medication management?

What is a guest suite?

What are levels of care?

What is home care?

Do communities provide moving assistance?

What are electronic health records?

What are respiratory therapies?

What is a registered dietician?

What is palliative care?

What is care coordination?

What are extra costs?

What is assisted living?

What is independent living?

What is memory care?

What is senior living?

What is a community fee?

What is a concierge?

What is a nursing home?

What are some common amenities?

What is an entrance fee?

What is a care-inclusive or all-inclusive community?

What is a therapy gym?

How are senior apartments different from independent living?

How are nursing homes different from assisted living communities?

What are the alternatives to senior living?

How are activities of daily living, personal care services, and levels of care related?

How is memory care different from assisted living?

How is assisted living different from independent living?

How are entrance fees different from community fees?

Is senior living more expensive than home care?

Why do levels of care costs vary so much between communities?

Why is medication management an additional charge in some communities?

Why is therapy provided by a third-party?

I can’t find a community on Simply Senior Living; why isn’t it included?

I can’t imagine living in a senior living community; tell me why I’m wrong.

Why is physical therapy not included in rent?

Why are entrance fees so high?

Why are levels of care so expensive?

Why do some communities charge a community fee?

Why do some communities have a range of prices for the same apartment?

Why is senior living expensive?

Why do communities offer shared apartments?

How are a couple’s costs calculated?

Do assisted living residents have access to independent living amentities?

Which communities offer therapy services?

How can veterans pay for care?

How can I compare costs between communities?

How are levels of care determined?

I need assisted living, but my husband only needs independent living; can a couple with different care needs stay in the same apartment?

The community that I want to live in does not offer medication management; how can I manage my medicines?

How can I find out more about social activities?

How do I add a community to Simply Senior Living?

How do I choose an apartment?

How do I choose a community?

How can Simply Senior Living help me?

How can I pay for care?

Are there additional fees for having a pet?

Will my rent increase in the future?

Are community fees refundable?

Do communities serve alcholic beverages?

Do a washer and a dryer come with the apartment?

Are entrance fees refundable?

Are pets permitted in the communities?

Who does the laundry?

What social events are offered?

Can I bring my own furniture?

Is garage parking available?

How does transportation work in senior living?

Is therapy included in rent?

How does Simply Senior Living earn money?

What are shared or companion suites?

Can my family dine with me?

What is a typical menu in senior living?

I have a dietary restriction; will communities meet my dietary needs?

How often are concierges in the community?

How many meals are included in rent?

What services are included in rent?

How much does it cost to use Simply Senior Living?

Is specialized training provided to memory care care staff?

Do independent living communities provide medication management?

Will communities drive and escort me to medical appointments?

Can an additional care taker accompany me in the community?

Who provides care in senior living?

How often is housekeeping provided?

Can I receive home care in an independent living apartment?

Will the community do my laundry?

What maintenance is included?

Can I bring my car?

Which utilities are included in rent?

How can communities help residents with diabetes?

Do communities have specific doctors that visit the community?

Will communities coordinate my medical appointments?