Senior Helpline and Hotline for Assisted Living

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Are you considering an assisted living facility for yourself or a loved one? Assisted living is a type of senior housing available for elderly. With assisted living, residents are given aid with preparing meals, transportation, housekeeping, and nursing care. This is a form of long-term senior care.

For a senior with a lower level of care or an independent senior, assisted living provides some assistance with daily living (ADL) services, such as bathing or running errands. For a moderate level of care, a senior needs more advanced daily care. For example, seniors with dementia who need memory care can live in an assisted living facility where specialized care is provided. To find out what type of assisted living services are best for your needs, contact the Assisted Living Senior Helpline at 1-800-278-9122 today.

Senior Helpline for Assisted Living Services

When you call our Senior Helpline at 1-800-278-9122 you will receive valuable and unbiased information about assisted living services. Whether you are ready to find an assisted living facility or simply want more information about this type of senior care—we are ready to help you. Our goal is to provide you with up-to-date information so you can make the most economical and smartest decision for your assisted living needs.

Hours of Operation for Senior Helpline

The Assisted Living Helpline is available from 4 am to 8 pm PDT. We provide this helpline daily for seniors and caregivers.

Free Senior Helpline

When you call the Assisted Living Helpline for Seniors, you will not be charged for this toll-free call. In addition, we will never ask you for money for any of the information we provide. As a free service for anyone interested in assisted living services, we only provide you with information upon your request.

You can use this information to help you choose an assisted living facility or to decide if assisted living is right for you. We do not take any payments for seniors interested in signing up for assisted living. You will need to contact your preferred assisted living provider to begin receiving their services.

What to Expect When Calling

By calling our Assisted Living Senior Helpline at 1-800-278-9122 you are connected with a senior care advisor. Our advisors are well versed in all aspects of assisted living, from services provided to the types of assisted living facilities available to seniors.

When you call to speak with one of our trustworthy advisors, they will listen to your questions and concerns. From there they will work to provide you with answers or information that will benefit your senior care needs.

Questions to Ask Senior Care Advisors

Not sure about what to ask when you contact our senior care advisors? Here is a list of frequently asked questions to help you get started:

  • What is assisted living for seniors?
  • Can I have assisted living services in my home?
  • Where are the closest assisted living facilities near me?
  • How can I find an assisted living home near my children/family in another city or state?
  • What is the cost of assisted living?
  • How do seniors pay for assisted living?
  • Does my Medicare or Medicaid health insurance pay for assisted living services?
  • Do I have to sell my home if I am going to move into an assisted living facility?
  • How old do I have to be to live in assisted living facilities for seniors?
  • Can my spouse live with me in an assisted living center?
  • Are there assisted living centers near me that allow pets?
  • Do I have to live in an assisted living center or can I just visit for services I need?
  • Does an assisted living facility take care of only certain medical needs or will this service provide treatment for all medical needs?
  • What is the difference between a retirement home and assisted living?
  • Should I move to a nursing home or an assisted living center?
  • If I become ill or immobile will I have to leave the assisted living facility?
  • Are assisted living homes similar to single-family houses or apartments?
  • Do I have to share a room in an assisted living facility?
  • Do I have to bring my own furnishings to an assisted living home?
  • Will my assisted living facility have senior activities and community gatherings for residents?
  • What kind of food is provided in an assisted living center?
  • What happens when I sign a contract for assisted living services?

You can ask these questions or anything related to assisted living services and facilities. We are ready to assist you with answers to your assisted living questions.

Types of Callers

We have all kinds of people who call our Senior Helpline for Assisted Living. Our primary callers are caregivers including nurses, family members, neighbors, and loved ones. These callers are calling in on behalf of a senior, or to find out more information as they make decisions for seniors.

We also have a lot of seniors who call in as they are researching the best assisted living facility or types of senior living services. These seniors are typically just entering retirement or preparing to transition from active living to assisted living.

However, anyone can call our helpline at 1-800-278-9122 to ask questions or get information about assisted living for seniors.

Additional Helplines for Senior Care

We only provide information about assisted living for seniors. If you want more information about generalized senior living, contact the helpline at 866-859-7420. Other senior helplines that may benefit you include:

  • National Center on Elder Abuse 800-677-1116 or search by state online
  • Friendship Line by the Institute on Aging for lonely or isolated seniors 800-971-0016
  • Action in Community Through Service (ACT) Senior Link 703-368-4141 to sign up for free, scheduled reassurance phone calls for seniors
  • National Association of Senior Legal Hotlines
  • Alzheimer’s Association 24/7 Helpline 1-800-272-3900 or for speech impaired 1-866-403-3073 to provide seniors with memory care information
  • National Organization for Victim Assistance Helpline 800-TRY-NOVA / 800-879-6682
  • American Chronic Pain Association 1-916-632-0922
  • The National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-7233 or for speech impaired 1-800-787-3224