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Hawaii Senior Housing

Read about the local resources that can help you find senior housing in Hawaii.

Hawaii - Housing Resources

Once it becomes apparent that the elderly members of your family require more assistance than you can give them, it may be time to look into a variety of senior housing options.

There are several options for the aging population; the most popular being assisted living facilities, nursing homes, villages, and CCRCs. Cost for these elder services varies according to the level and quality of care required. Here's a brief overview of the different options.

 

 

  • Assisted Living Facilities:  These facilities are ideal for seniors who require assistance with personal care, nursing supervision, medication monitoring, social opportunities, meals, housekeeping, and support services, but do not require the full-time care of nursing home residents.

 

 

  • Nursing Homes: Nursing home residences provide round-the-clock, high-level skilled nursing care to those who require medical attention. An example of skilled nursing care includes administration of intravenous injections, wound care, and medication management.

Not sure if you need home care or nursing home care? Read this article that discusses the differences between home care and nursing home care.
 

  • Villages: The Village solution to aging in place is a relatively new concept, enabling active seniors to remain in their own homes without having to rely on family and friends. Members of a "village" can access specialized programs and services, such as transportation to the grocery store, home health care, or help with household chores.
  • CCRCs (Continuing Care Retirement Communities): These facilities include independent living, assisted living, and nursing home care in one location, so seniors can stay in the same general area as their housing needs change over time.

Hawaii's Department of Elderly Affairs is a local resource to help you decide what's right for your family. With so many options out there, it can be tough to figure out what's the best fit for your family. If you're having trouble with your search, or just want to better understand your options, the dedicated Care.com Senior Care Counseling Staff can help you find the right type of housing for your loved one. 

More Resources

If you would like to be added to Care.com's list of credentialed facilities, please visit our Senior Care Company Network page.

Senior Care Guide: Care.com's comprehensive guide to senior care that helps readers understand senior care options by describing each option in detail and answering frequently asked questions.

For more information on senior healthcare, visit our Articles and Resources page.    

Looking for quality senior care in Hawaii? Check out the local pages below.

Honolulu

Pukalani

Kapolei

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