Better Quality Of Life With Integrated Care For Seniors

Wellness is more than medication reminders and planning meals. Integrated Senior Care offers a more holistic approach
to ensure they feel good inside and out.

Empower Your Elderly Loved One with Integrated Care

As a complement to our At-Home care services, we offer Integrated Senior Care. We believe mental health is just as important as primary healthcare. The link between physical and mental wellness isn’t new - even in senior care. After all, companionship is an important aspect of caregiving. However, few facilities include programs designed specifically to promote overall wellness.

At RetireEASE, our Integrated Senior Care involves a more holistic approach that treats the client as a whole person instead of just a collection of symptoms.

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Senior Care Services

Senior Companionship

We find many seniors are isolated simply because they have few people to share an engaging conversation or even play a game with.

Meaningful companionship has been proven to boost mental and emotional wellness, as well as maintain cognition.

Hobbies And Activities

As the physical aspects of aging take their toll, it can be difficult for seniors to continue their favorite hobbies.

With a little assistance and planning activities such as gardening, reading, and even making crafts don’t have to be difficult for your senior.

Outings And Events

Yes, aging adults can still take on the world! Getting out of the house isn’t a luxury, it’s part of a healthy lifestyle.

Caregivers can join seniors for a nice walk around the neighborhood or facilitate a trip to a local event.

What’s the Next Step?

Are you ready to learn more about how our team can help smooth the aging process and transition for your senior loved one?

We have our caregiver experts standing by ready to get you started.

Not quite sure which service is right for your elderly loved one’s situation? No problem!

Schedule a complimentary care evaluation to get all the answers to your questions and recommendations for your loved one’s needs.

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