Today, there are many wonderful, safe, and expert care options available for elderly loved ones, but narrowing down Dayton senior living choices and making the right one can be daunting. It’s important to know you don’t need to do so alone!
Senior Care Authority is here to help. Whether you’re looking for an assisted living facility, a memory care or skilled nursing facility, or you just want to research some possible options, our Certified Senior Advisors and Certified Dementia Practitioners can help you make the right decision based on your needs, resources, and goals. We can provide you with the compassion and expertise you need when you need it most.Schedule a Consultation
Our Certified Senior Advisors have comprehensive knowledge and experience with all facets of senior living, from independent living situations to assisted living homes and memory care communities and can help you choose the perfect placement for your loved one.
Senior care can be a multifaceted responsibility, and families often need help with challenging transitions, endless decision making, or navigating a complex healthcare system. Our Dayton senior care consulting can help facilitate the process.
Oftentimes, families must try to digest critical information from a variety of sources, and it can become overwhelming and almost impossible to sort out what you need to know. An advocate can be a good ally to have, especially when things get complicated and decisions must be made.
A third party outside the emotional landscape of your family during tough decision making can be a tremendous benefit. A coach can help make sure everyone is heard and seen and that people are treated fairly, even if you don’t all agree. Your coach can help your family find consensus when it needs it most.
This program provides a local single point of contact for all guidance and resources available to your employees. Our Certified Senior Advisors are seasoned practitioners passionate about working with families to help navigate difficult decisions and finding workable solutions to caregiving dilemmas.Schedule a Consultation
It begins with one-on-one guidance and continues with ongoing support. Throughout the process of defining your needs and goals, coming up with a unique plan, and selecting the right living arrangement for your loved one, you can count on us to offer support and expertise every step of the way. Why make this journey alone when you don’t have to?Once care has been established, we’ll follow up to ensure your expectations and the comfort and safety needs of your loved one are being met. We can also help you identify other resources, such as attorneys, in-home care professionals, fiduciaries, day programs, moving specialists, and more.
The fact is, when it comes to helping you make the right decisions for the care of your senior loved one, our Certified Senior Advisors are without equal. We pride ourselves on having the most well-trained senior placement professionals in the industry. In addition to attending ongoing seminars and presentations by professionals in related and complementary services, we require all Senior Care Authority franchisees to acquire the prestigious Certified Senior Advisor and Certified Dementia Practitioner designations.Schedule a Consultation
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Dayton is the sixth-largest city in the state of Ohio and the county seat of Montgomery County. A small part of the city extends into Greene County. Dayton is the fourth-largest metropolitan area in Ohio and 63rd in the United States. Dayton is within Ohio's Miami Valley region, just north of Greater Cincinnati.
Dayton's population declined significantly from a peak of 262,332 residents in 1960 to only 141,759 in 2010. This was in part due to the slowdown of the region's manufacturing and the growth of Dayton's affluent suburbs including Oakwood, Englewood, Beavercreek, Springboro, Miamisburg, Kettering, and Centerville. The city's most populous ethnic group, white, declined from 78.1% in 1960 to 51.7% by 2010. However, recent census estimates show a 1.3% population increase since 2010, the first increase in five decades.
The median age in the city was 34.4 years. 22.9% of residents were under the age of 18; 14.2% were between the ages of 18 and 24; 25.3% were from 25 to 44; 25.8% were from 45 to 64, and 11.8% were 65 years of age or older. The gender makeup of the city was 48.7% male and 51.3% female.
The 2013 census population estimate showed an increasing city of Dayton population for the first time in five decades, attributed to revitalization efforts downtown and the increasing downtown population. However, the 2014 population estimate indicates a net decrease of 897 individuals from 2013's estimate.