Accessibility - This is the ability of people with a disability to easily access, work, and participate fully in a facility without barriers. It is also required by the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) - Basic ADLs can measure if someone needs assistance performing basic self-care tasks or not.
Acute Care - Care that is typically offered for a limited period to address a specific sickness or condition.
Admission - The date an individual has been admitted to a nursing home where Medicaid has paid a claim.
Advance Care Planning - The planning portion of treatment directives and appointment of a proxy decision-maker.
Alzheimer's Disease - A progressive, irreversible disease marked by brain cell deterioration and severe memory loss.
Area Agency on Aging - A local agency that coordinates various social and health care programs for seniors citizens.
Assistive Devices - Elderly or people with disabilities can use these tools to accomplish vital job functions.
Beneficiary - Someone who benefits from or is covered by an insurance policy or other health care financing.
Board Certified - A medical specialist must complete training, experience, and pass a specialized examination.
Care Plan - A document detailing the nature and frequency of long-term care services for a client.
Caregiver - A person who supports and assists a family member, friend, or neighbor with various activities.
Chore Services - Services that assist with household duties such as repairs, yard work, and deep cleaning.
Chronic Disease - A condition that is permanent or is predicted to require long supervision, observation, or care.
After years of living under the care of your parents and other family members, the time will arrive for you to reciprocate. At Senior Strong, you can show your loved ones just how much you value them.