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ABOUT US

At Placita Care we have dedicated our time and passion to providing your loved ones the best Adult Care and Assisted Living Options in Tucson AZ.  There are hundreds of Assisted Living Facilities in Tucson and each has their strengths and weaknesses.  We take our time to learn about your specific needs and find the perfect place for you or your loved one to enjoy life and get the assitance they need and deserve.  Once we have narrowed the search down for you to the Best Options, we take you on the facility tours to make sure you are confident in you decision for independent care.  Our services are provided at no cost and our only goal is to find the perfect fit for you.

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Assisted Living

As we get older, our abilities change. Adapting to compensate for these changes sometimes leads to doing less than we’d like, but that doesn’t have to be the case. We’re here to learn what you want to do and to help you accomplish it. We’ll develop a personal care plan that focuses on your strengths, then we’ll provide the specific support you need to have the life that you want.

Memory Care

Determining whether you or a loved one is in need of memory care can be stressful. But it doesn’t have to be. There are a number of things to consider-not only health and safety, but the opportunity to continue living a purposeful, engaged life. Spending a few days with your parents, getting a closer look at their routines, can reveal things that aren’t as obvious with a phone call or a short visit.

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Assisted Living Tucson AZ

Fill out the Simple Form at the top of this page and a Senior Assisted Living Tucson AZ Advisor will contact you.

There are many choices for maximizing one’s golden years. From retirement communities to care facilities that provide 24 hour nursing, we’ve put together the details you need to know so you can help your loved one transition into the right kind of care.  Fill out the Simple Form at the top of this page and a Senior Assisted Living Tucson AZ Advisor will contact you.

Assisted Living is defined as, “housing for the elderly or disabled that provides nursing, meals, and/or housekeeping as needed.”

For those who are able to care for themselves independent living facilities are an option that can provide help with activities of daily living (ADLs) like laundry, bathing, and help with errands.

For temporary care in the home setting in home care tucson az can be an option, and for those suffering with dementia or Alzheimer’s special memory care facilities are available with specially trained staff.

Using the links below you can jump to different sections within our various guides. You can also visit our state and local pages for more information specific to your region.

Fill out the Simple Form at the top of this page and a Senior Assisted Living Tucson AZ Advisor will contact you.

What are my choices for housing and care as I grow older?

Fill out the Simple Form at the top of this page and a Senior Assisted Living Tucson AZ Advisor will contact you.

What are some signs that I might need help?

Fill out the Simple Form at the top of this page and a Senior Assisted Living Tucson AZ Advisor will contact you.

What types of care are normally provided?

In this guide we cover what you can expect from a care facility. From security, to meals, activities, and memory care. It’s important to know your options so you can get the best care for your loved one.

How do I start my search for assisted living tucson az?

There are many different types of facilities which can help to provide care for your loved one. Here you can educate yourself on the differences so you know what to look for in a care facility.

Fill out the Simple Form at the top of this page and a Senior Assisted Living Tucson AZ Advisor will contact you.

How can I pay for assisted living?

The cost of Assisted Living Facilities nationwide can vary from $2,000 – $5,000 or more per month. Sometimes people have a false sense of security about what their insurance will pay. It is important to plan so you can be prepared for these expenses. Here we discuss options for helping to pay for assisted living and care expenses.

What do I need to know before taking a facility tour?

When touring an assisted living facility in tucson az it is important to bring a comprehensive list of all the questions you want to ask while you are there. This is a huge, life-changing event and it is ok to ask as many questions as possible to make sure you or your family member is entering a community that will meet all your or his/her needs.

Additional Caregiver Articles

Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia

Imagine living in a disappearing world that is shrinking by the day. No longer do things make sense. Everything feels backwards, upside down, and inside out and there is no one around that understands what you are experiencing. Unfortunately, for millions who suffer from dementia, this is their world.

Traumatic Brain Injury

One day everything went black. You opened your eyes to strange people and voices all around you. Then, memories started coming back, piece by piece, as you put together the complicated puzzle that had become your life. This is the reality of an individual suffering from a traumatic brain injury. Here we discuss the options for TBI care.

Home Health Care Options

Nothing compares to the comfort of your own bed or taking delight in the smell of your favorite meal baking in the oven or simply cuddling up to your loving pet in your favorite rocking chair. These are just a few reasons why in-home care is preferred.

Taking Care of a Disabled or Unwell Spouse

You were the perfect team, accomplishing goals and maintaining a lifestyle that made you happy. Both of you worked hard and together there was nothing you couldn’t accomplish. Then one day, everything changed. A traumatic event left your spouse disabled and now it’s up to you.

Taking Care of a Child with Disabilities

You are spread so thin, yet still make just enough just time for everyone. You
grieve for the losses of you and your child,but still rejoice in the rewards of life. Your heart breaks, and still you smile. You are the parent of a child with a disability.

But I’ve Always Taken Care of Myself

To go from a life of independence to needing care can be scary. We help put the fear aside and highlight some of the benefits that assisted living has to offer.

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