Find The Best Assisted Living Options For You

As a caregiver or a senior who is looking for an assisted living community, there is a seemingly endless number of factors to consider. Choosing an assisted living facility is a huge decision that can impact you and your family for years to come, and it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by all of the options.

At Assisted Living Today, we are here to help you navigate this difficult journey by guiding your search for the very best assisted living options – whether you’re looking in your local community, or are planning on moving to a new location.



Senior Living Advice and Resources You Can Trust

Assisted Living Today is dedicated to connecting seniors and their families with up-to-date news and helpful resources that allow seniors to live healthy and full lives. Our team is passionate about providing seniors and their loved ones with the best information possible to help them make one of the most important decisions of their latter years – where to call home. We utilize our decades of combined industry expertise to help families make the choice that is right for their personal needs and budget.


The Top Assisted Living Communities in Your City & State

Our team of industry experts takes a data-driven approach to compile a list of the best assisted living facilities by location, considering factors such as available services, staff certifications, resident approval ratings, and more. We look at real resident reviews to hand pick the final list, resulting in a carefully curated list of top-quality facilities in communities across the nation.


Top Assisted Living Facilities by City



Reviews of the Best Products and Services for Seniors

Most seniors depend on a myriad of products and services that enable them to maintain a high quality of life and age gracefully. Assisted Living Today is committed to carefully reviewing these products to ensure seniors can make informed decisions about which company and products will best meet their needs and budget. Our product reviews and best-of lists are the result of hundreds of hours spent combing through thousands of reviews to find the best products and services available for you and your family.



Gardening an Activity for Seniors

Gardening can be a rewarding and fun activity for senior citizens. Since, many seniors are retirees, gardening gives them an activity to occupy their free time. The elderly population is most at risk for developing depression due to the following reasons: body changes, not having the same level of energy in youth, living alone, death …

Tips to Remember for Improving Communication with Elderly or Aging Parents

Let’s face it.  We’ve all had difficult patches with our parents now and again.  Most likely, the worst of it was during those “rebellious teen” years when we all struggled to make our own way and assert our own independence.And in a strange (and perhaps ironic) twist of fate and aging – in many ways …

Aluminum Rollator with 8” Casters Review

Going to church, out to restaurants or just for rides in the country often times becomes difficult with limited mobility. Walkers and scooters can be difficult to transport, leaving seniors with balance impairments sacrificing their safety to enjoy afternoon out on the town. Weighing around 19 pounds, the Aluminum Rollator with 8” Casters provides safety, …

How to Deal with Anxiety as a Senior

Although some cases of anxiety are classified as abnormal regardless of age, much of the anxiety that seniors commonly feel is a natural response to life transitions and stems from legitimate concerns. In a personal interview, retired psychologist Dr. Ron Masa, now a senior himself, offered his views on common causes of anxiety in seniors …

What To Expect in A Skilled Nursing Facility

Affordable Service Tailored to One’s Budget Skilled nursing homes have provided an opportunity for senior citizens to have a lifestyle they often dreamed of and envied. With annual expense at some in-house senior care centers approaching close to the entire pension these people draw after their retirement and some living facilities charging more than they …

Assisted Living Today’s Weekly Roundup

Fall is here. The leaves are beginning to change and the air is crisp (unless of course you’re living in the south and enjoying a late season heat wave!) Pumpkins and mums are beginning to decorate landscapes and apples are ripe for the picking. Before long we’ll be counting down the days till Thanksgiving. But …

Keeping Your Elderly Parents and Relatives Safe in Their Homes

As people continue to live longer through advances in medicine and increased adoption of healthy lifestyles, many middle-aged adults are finding themselves concerned with the well-being of their elderly parents and relatives. This often comes after they have finished raising their children and are looking forward to having more time to travel or devote to …

Assisted Living Today’s Weekly Roundup

Children are likely picking out costumes off the racks or, if they’re creative, cutting and gluing masks or assembling costumes from their parent’s closets! Soon the pumpkins sitting around will become jack-o-lanterns with faces carved to elicit smiles or shrieks. It’s a ghoulish time of year. Here at Assisted Living Today, we’ve scoured the headlines …

7 Tech Gadgets for Seniors

Maybe it’s getting a little more difficult to run the vacuum or uncork a bottle of your favorite wine, but every day, developers are working to make tasks easier, life safer and just a little more fun for seniors. Here are seven gadgets that can enable seniors to be independent and active for longer. 1. …

October 11, National Depression Screening Day

For one week in October–Mental Illness Awareness Week–organizations like Screening for Mental Health (SMH) enter the spotlight to raise awareness for mental health issues like depression. October 11 is National Depression Screening Day, a day to remind and encourage those who are concerned about depression and other related mood and anxiety disorders to think about …

Assisted Living Today’s Weekly Roundup

Television airwaves, Facebook statuses, Twitter feeds and online news agencies are heating up with political coverage and opinions as we come closer to election day. No doubt the news will become almost entirely political before too long. In the meantime, there are new developments in health and medicine, technology, and living life as an older …

Senior Hunger — What to do if you are Food Insecure

Can you imagine not knowing where your next meal is coming from? More than 3.4 million older Americans can identify with food insecurity, and it’s a growing issue. What is food insecurity? A somewhat broader term for hunger, the issue of food insecurity includes availability, access and use. First, do you have consistent and adequate …

Reader’s Night Stand Review

Piles by the bedside are both unsightly and potentially dangerous. The more that books and magazines pile up, the better the chances everything will topple over. Plus, with all of those reading materials stacked alongside a bed, there’s little space available for a clock, glass of water, tissue box, lip balm, pills, the T.V. remote …

Movember: Raising Awareness for Men’s Health, One Moustache at a Time!

As the month of November rolls along, you may begin to notice more moustaches. That’s because it’s Movember–a month-long grassroots movement to raise awareness about men’s health issues, including mental health, prostate cancer and testicular cancer. By simply growing a moustache, men’s faces become walking billboards touting the importance of men’s health. Men’s life expectancies …

Interview with Sheri Samotin

  Interviewer: So we can go ahead and get onto talking, today, about advanced planning and making some smart financial and planning decisions as people enter late adulthood. Sheri, I wonder if you could briefly introduce yourself and tell us a little about where your expertise lies. Sheri:  Certainly, my name is Sheri Samotin and …

Assisted Living Today’s Weekly Roundup

This past week was one for the history books: the re-election of President Barak Obama and the Dow’s 313-point plunge. Look to hear more about the Affordable Care Act, Dodd-Frank and how we’ll wade through the post-election divide. One thing we’d likely all vote yes on: hurrah to no more political ads! Here at Assisted …

Standers Able Tray Review

Sitting down and standing up can become a real chore when joints are stiff and achy or your balance is off. Your favorite chair, couch or recliner is not off limits when you have the Standers Able Tray, a multi-use tool that attaches sturdily to your sofa, chair or even lift chair. Its first job …

Denise Brown: Caregiving.com Owner and Operator Interview

Denise began working with family caregivers in 1990 and started her own business to help them in 1994. She sent out the first issue of her monthly print publication, Caregiving!, in January 1995. She discontinued the print publication in 2005 to concentrate solely on online content. She regularly speaks about the family caregiver experience; you …

Spotlight on Arbor Grove Assisted Living

This spotlight will focus on the Arbor Grove Assisted Living community located in Alma, Michigan. This facility is one of several homes owned and operated throughout the state of Michigan by the Leisure Living Management Corporation. Located on a beautifully landscaped property in the heart of Michigan, this this area maintains its rural charm while continuing …

8 Tips for Talking To Your Parents About Assisted Living

Having “the talk” can be difficult, emotional, scary. But putting off the subject for another time might leave you with no time for pre-planning. If you’re considering talking to your parents about assisted living (and you probably should be), here are a few tips. 1. If you have siblings, discuss the assisted living option with …