Resources at Milestone Retirement Communities

Resources

Are you considering senior living for yourself or someone you love? We're here to help. Click on the buttons below to download resources to read, print, and take with you on tours of senior living communities. We want to help you find the best fit for you and your family and promise to be with you on your senior living journey, every step of the way. For more information on Milestone Retirement communities near you, visit our communities page, or use our interactive map.

When is it time for senior living icon at Milestone Retirement Communities

When is it time for senior living?

Senior Living E-Book
Level of care and what is included icon at Milestone Retirement Communities

Levels of care and what is included

Care Levels
Can senior living save you money icon at Milestone Retirement Communities

Can senior
living save you money?

Cost Comparision
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Moving into your new
home

Moving Tips
Evaluating a senior living community at Milestone Retirement Communities

Evaluating a senior living community

Evaluating Communities
Health, happiness and longevity at Milestone Retirement Communities

Health, happiness & longevity

Health Impacts
A day in the life of a resident at Milestone Retirement Communities

A day in the
life of
a resident

Resident Life
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Milestone Minute

We know that navigating through caregiver issues isn't easy. That's why we've launched our own YouTube series: Milestone Minute. In each short video, we'll review a different element of caregiving, aging, our signature In the Moment® Memory Care program, or Milestone's Culture of Caring.

For Our Veterans

Veterans Aid and Attendance Program

We respect all Veterans and aim to give them the highest quality of care. That’s why many of our Assisted Living and Memory Care programs respect the option of Veteran’s Aid. The Veterans Aid and Attendance Program (A&A) provides benefits for veterans and surviving spouses who require regular assistance with activities of daily living. The care provided in an assisting living community may also qualify.

Common examples of required assistance include dressing, bathing, cooking, removing prosthetics, transportation, and medication management. A&A applicants must be able to provide written confirmation from a physician asserting a need for assistance with any combination of these activities. 

Applicants are encouraged to contact the US Department of Veterans Affairs or U.S. Senior Vets, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization, whose primary function is to educate Veterans, surviving spouses, and their families in obtaining Aid Attendance and Housebound Pension Benefits, with questions regarding the A&A qualification and application process. 

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