Find Senior Care & Home Health Care

Last updated on: Tuesday, 16 January 2024
  • What You'll Learn

ECDOL stands for Excellent Care, Decency, & Optimal Living. Our goal is to help you find the best care for you or your aging loved one. Finding a reliable and the most appropriate independent living, assisted living, and home healthcare has its challenges. With so many options it can be tough to determine the best fit. Our directory and resources help you find the best care options for your situation.

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Search Care Options Near You

Choose your state from our top menu and find  senior living and home healthcare options in your area. Our directory includes contact information for facilities in your region so you can easily get in touch with a senior care provider to see if they are the right fit for you or your aging loved one. We also include services provided, amenities, and housing features for each facility. This can help you narrow down your search, which makes finding the right care option faster and easier.

Types of Senior Living & Home Healthcare in the United States

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Assisted Living

Assisted living facilities are for adults who cannot choose to live independently. Assisted living is a common term used in the United States and does include retirement homes, but is not necessarily a nursing home. Typically, most assisted living communities provide group living environments for seniors. Assisted living in the United States provides different levels of care based on the changing needs of senior residents. However, what assisted living offers and how it is defined is unique to each state and assisted living provider, which can make the search challenging. 

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Independent Living

 Independent senior living communities are for those, whom, when retire, downsize and travel freely, it is designed for seniors who are capable of living on their own . These are also known as retirement communities, senior living communities, or independent retirement communities. Typically, this type of housing is designed for seniors who are 55 years old or older. Residents are seniors who do not require assistance with daily activities. Services provided include housekeeping, social activities, dining, security, transportation, and recreational activities. 

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Home Healthcare & Home Care

Home healthcare is for those who wish stay in the comfort of their own home, but require assistance with activities of daily living (ADL). Home healthcare services can assist individuals with medical and non-medical needs. This includes housekeeping, laundry, food preparation, medication management, and companionship. Home health care in United States has become increasing popular since the onset of the pandemic and providers can accommodate a wide range of needs. 

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