Where to Begin - Briarcliffe

How to Make the Right Choice

You have several options to consider when you are looking for a new home with care including; Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care and Skilled Nursing. Deciding which one is right for you depends on how much assistance you may need.

Starting The Journey

When You or a Loved One Recognize Changes Determining when you need more care can be a difficult and confusing time.

Understanding Your Needs

Determining the right level of care at each step along the way is critical to maximizing safety and quality of life. For many, a temporary break from daily chores or a respite to recover from a procedure or condition is all that is needed. Others need more.

Financial Considerations

There is no way to put a price on your care.. But there is no denying that for many of those looking into senior care for the first time, there can be “sticker shock” at the cost of professional care, particularly in a residential setting. Fortunately, Briarcliffe is uniquely qualified to help.

Choosing the Right Options

Our Admissions team and our Concierge Case Management group work together to make sure the goals for your care are understood and met. Only by fully understanding the goals of care can we ensure the highest quality of life.

Preparing for the Conversation

Discussions of aging, changing abilities, and needs can be extremely difficult. However, there are ways to make the conversation easier and less stressful. One important step is to make sure that the appropriate family members are on the same page – or in as much agreement as possible.

Having the Conversation

Moving to a new community can be a stressful time. It is important to involve family in the discussions. . Our admissions team can help facilitate and guide the discussion to ensure that everyone’s concerns are addressed and all are comfortable with the decisions made.

Making the Move

Once the decision has been made, our team will help facilitate your move to the Briarcliffe campus. We will work with the current care team to make certain that all necessary medications and care protocols are followed throughout the transition period, so you can focus your full attention on the physical move.

Let us Help You Make the Right Choice