Here is a list to resources that can benefit you from the community. Shiloh is not affiliated with any of these organizations.
Aging comes with a lot of changes. One transition many seniors and their families face is moving to a place where they can get more hands-on care. Assisted living communities are well-equipped to help residents manage daily activities while allowing aging adults to retain their independence. Our guide to assisted living in Alaska discusses paying for assisted living and eligibility requirements. It also has free resources for seniors and their families. You can learn more by clicking here.
Memory and Mind Care
When someone receives a diagnosis of dementia, it’s a stressful time for both the patient and their loved ones. While you’ll likely have many questions about the condition, one of the biggest concerns caregivers have is how the necessary care will be paid for. Long term medical care can get expensive fast and put a strain on the finances of loved ones, but for patients that qualify, disability insurance is available to help offset the cost of care. You can learn more by clicking here.