The Twin Cities Senior Housing Guide offers information on resources and services that can help you remain in your home or research future housing opportunities. It also helps caregivers assist seniors who are considering a move. A division of Housing Sense, whose mission is to “help older adults, their families, and professionals make sense of housing options and other resources,” the Guide helps clarify all current senior housing options with accurate, up-to-date information.
Three main Directories comprise the Senior Living Directories, the Senior Housing Directory, The Home Care & Hospice Directory, and The Senior Resource Directory. The Housing Directory is a comprehensive listing of all the senior housing in the 11-county metro area. You can search by type of housing or by county or both for ownership options and rental properties. The Home Care & Hospice Directory has a section for Medicare and Private Pay Home Health Care Agencies. This section also contains comprehensive listings for Hospice in the 11 county metro area. The last section contains the categories; Age in Place, Moving and Downsizing, Health & Fitness, Legal & Financial, Transportation & Technology, and Resources. These categories have subcategories which list services and businesses pertaining to the category.
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