Review the different types of housing available for seniors in our area and find out what is the best fit for your needs.
These links will take you to 211CT.org, where you can refine your search by town.
Offers assistance with activities of daily living.
Nursing homes and other institutional settings provide 24-hour monitoring, personal care, skilled nursing and in most cases, skilled rehabilitative services.
This living arrangement offers individuals aged 62 and over private living within a communal setting with moderate supportive services.
Continuing care community for older adults offers full continuum of care from independent living to long term nursing care.
For older adults who can live independently and prefer an active community environment. Independent living communities provide their residents with convenient access to dining, medical care, entertainment and other services.
Communal living environments providing a range of services. Residents live in a private or semi-private room, with either shared or private bathrooms or bathing areas.
There is a new pilot project for if you participate in CTHome Care Program for Elders (CHCPE), you maybe eligible for a pilot project that helps cover costs of assisted living services.
Offers assisted living services to residents who require assistance with Activities of Daily living and nursing and medical services in order to remain in congregate housing instead of moving into a nursing home.
Pilot program help elders pay assisted living expenses after spending down assets.
An arrangement between two parties in which one shares his or her home with another in exchange for a financial contribution to household expenses, services, companionship or some combination.
ECHO units are specifically designed for older adults and people with disabilities who want to lead independent lives. Also known as “granny flats” or “in-law apartments,” ECHO units are small, manufactured homes that are attached to the back or side of a single-family residence.
Visit your town's Senior Center page to learn about local resources.
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November is National Family Caregivers Month and we’d like to share tips and resources for caregivers to ensure their own health and wellness needs are being met!