Advanced Home Care, Las Vegas
535 S. Decatur
Las Vegas, NV, 89107
About VIDA Senior Resource
VIDA Senior Resource started as a family owned and operated community resource in Boise, Idaho; Today we provide senior home care services nationwide with a network of agencies that can provide you compassionate quality care.
We are here to help people through education and to assist them in the process of acquiring senior in home care for themselves or a loved one. We take the confusion out of understanding Medicare & Medicaid, senior grants, long-term care insurance, community resources, and health care laws.
VIDA also provides certification to non medical home care agencies that meet our quality of care and customer service standards.
VIDA has Certified Senior Home Care Agencies across the country that can provide you the quality care you need. Each agency has care managers on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Our Care Managers have the knowledge and understanding of the many national, state, & local senior assistance programs that may be available to you. These programs provide care and resources to those in need. We can assist you in obtaining and filling out the applications for these programs and/or find you a senior home care agency or facility to help provide for you or your loved one.
How we can benefit you!
Vida Assisted Living Transitions is devoted to finding your loved one a place to reside which meets all of their needs regarding both their health and well being, as well as fits their budget financially. We take on all of the footwork and research that goes into finding an appropriate senior care facility for your loved one. We will save you days, if not weeks, which you would need to fit around your already busy schedule. We only work with state licensed facilities to further ensure your safety. We will provide you with a facility placement specialist who can see if you qualify for any grants, personally tour the prospective properties with you, and go over the pros and cons of each facility.
Whether you’re looking for a large 300 person assisted living facility or a smaller care home with a few people, we can help find the facility that meets all of your loved one’s needs and wants. If you don’t quite understand the difference between all the possible choices, our specialists are here to educate you, so you can make your own educated decision. We are educators not sellers; we want you to be happy, safe, and secure with your choice.
Types of senior care facilities
There are 5 basic types of senior care facilities. The type of facility your loved one needs will be dependent upon the level of care they require.
Independent living is suitable for seniors who are tired of the daily tasks and chores associated with maintaining a house. Candidates for independent living should be in good physical health and able to maintain their living space and way of life without the help of the facility staff…
Assisted Living Community
Assisted living is for persons who need a little bit more help than what independant living offers. Where independant living requires one to manage all of their needs on their own or by a loved one, assisted living offers assistance with custodial care such as bathing, dressing, grooming, eating, and light housekeeping…
Alzheimer’s/ Dementia Homes
Many assisted living facilities also have a seperate building, wing, or hall devoted to their memory care unit which is for residents with Alzheimer’s. These residents generally need more supervision as many have the desire to wander, which is why they are all secured. Meaning that the staff have to push a code to enter and leave each secured door without an alarm going off, keeping your loved one safe. And they still have everything the main assisted living offers, such as their meals, medicine, activities, etc. The reason many assisted living facilities have both assisted and alzheimers units, is because it’s an easier transition than having to go to even another building.
Residential Board & Care Homes
Residential Board and Care Homes are now generally referred to simply as care homes; Nursing homes are now called care homes with nursing. A care home is a residential setting where a number of elderly people live, either in a single room, a shared room, or a two bedroom setting…
Home For Individual Care
A home for individual care or HIC home is bound by the same regulations as a residential board and care facility, but only licensed for 2 beds. These homes are geared more for people with many daily needs and tasks…