When researching senior living communities, the place most people start is with location. Is it close to family and friends, area attractions, and medical services? Then there are questions about activities, services and amenities, residence options, levels of care, and pricing.
If you’re helping a loved one tour their options, you need to consider both what you want to know about the community and what you need to ask the person who might be living there. Asking them questions is one of the best ways to ensure you find the right fit. To help you, this blog post will suggest some questions to ask after a tour of an Assisted Living or Memory Care community.

Right after your tour, it’s important to ask about your loved one’s impressions of the community while they’re still fresh. This will give you their initial feelings about the community and help you gauge their interest. Remember to not interject your own opinion and give them plenty of time to answer. Some questions you may want to ask include:

Transitions can be difficult. These questions will help your loved one imagine a positive experience living in a new location.