South Carolina Elderly Care Services

Generally speaking, Assisted Living is for people that need help with the activities of daily living (ADLs). Depending on the type of care, individual needs and individual desires, Assisted Living can be a great option for your loved one.

Options range from small, family Residential Care Homes to larger, full-service communities with hundreds of residents. Many of these locations specialize in Dementia Care, including Alzheimer’s.

In years past, many seniors were placed in Nursing Homes and this choice may be necessary for individuals with specific medical problems.

However, with the growth of Assisted Living and residential care homes, other options may work well depending upon your love one’s needs.

Median Monthly Costs

VS

south-carolina
Assisted Living Facilities $3,000
Nursing Home Care

$6,053 Semi-Private Room

$6,596 Private Room

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Facilities in South Carolina

LAKES AT LITCHFIELD ASSISTED LIVING

AVERAGE RATING:

out of 59 ratings

120 LAKES AT LITCHFIELD DR PAWLEYS ISLAND, South Carolina 29585 USA

Talk to a local Advisor about this community 800-984-5201

Capacity 79

CURAMENG RESIDENTIAL HOME CARE

AVERAGE RATING:

out of 5 ratings

2021 COSGROVE AVE North Charleston, South Carolina 29405 USA

Talk to a local Advisor about this community (843) 233-9251

Capacity 8

Westminster Towers Residential

AVERAGE RATING:

out of 21 ratings

1330 India Hook Rd Rock Hill, South Carolina 29732 USA

Talk to a local Advisor about this community 704-457-5999

Capacity 228

BAILEY MANOR

AVERAGE RATING:

out of 20 ratings

300 JACOBS HWY Clinton, South Carolina 29325 USA

Talk to a local Advisor about this community 864-402-8788

Capacity 30

EMERITUS AT CONWAY PLACE

AVERAGE RATING:

out of 39 ratings

872 SINGLETON RIDGE RD CONWAY, South Carolina 29526 USA

Talk to a local Advisor about this community 800-984-5201

Capacity 52
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Senior Care Authority

Our goal is simply this: to provide you with the support, direction, and resources you need to make the best possible decisions for your loved one.

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Linda Cale

Linda has been a successful sales professional for over 25 years, over half of which was spent as a Senior Account Manager for Xerox Corporation in Greenville, SC, twice awarded President's Club, as the #1 and #2 sales rep for her accomplishments.
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Mike Mannion

Mike is a retired corporate retail executive, most recently serving in Charlotte, NC. Mike has built and lead teams managing billions of dollars in sales for over 30 years. Mike is using his leadership and personal experiences to help older adults, and their families, live life with as much dignity, independence, health, and safety as is possible.

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My motivation for owning a Senior Care Authority of Lowcountry SC and Coastal Region GA comes from nearly 30 years of being a dentist and owning my own dental practice. Throughout those years I was fortunate enough to have known patients long enough to watch them transition to becoming senior citizens. I then was able to learn how difficult their lives had become. From that experience I learned that I wanted to spend my future working years trying to help seniors.