Resources For Families

From financial information to advice for caregivers and more, our articles are designed to provide you with both information and peace of mind. No matter where you are in your search for a senior living community, you are sure to find these resources helpful.
If you have any additional questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to us today. We’re happy to help you any way we can.

COVID-19 Questions

How can I safely tour a senior living community?

Finding a new home can be a stressful experience. With there already being so much to consider – whether it be finances, location, or family – the arrival of COVID-19 can easily feel like just another obstacle keeping you from your next chapter. Click here to learn more.

What kinds of infection prevention protocols should communities have in place?

Senior living communities should have stringent infection control measures designed to help stop the spread of germs, thereby mitigating the spread of viral infections within our communities. Click here to learn more.

What are the visiting restrictions in my state?

Current state-by-state visitation guidelines for Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, and Michigan can be found be visiting our COVID-19 website page.

What can I do to support my loved one while nursing homes have visitor restrictions?

While there’s no doubt that modern times have made it difficult to meet in person, modern technology has made it easier than ever to stay connected in ways that are just as meaningful. Click here to learn more.

How can I prevent spreading germs while visiting my loved one?

Click here to learn more about safety tips that will keep you and your family safe when visiting a senior living community. 

Financial Services

Elderlife Financial Services

Offers financial information, guidance and solutions to seniors and families who are interested in assisted living, a continuing care retirement community or an age 55-plus community.

Life Care Funding

Life Care Funding seeks to help families pay for the expensive costs of long term care.

U.S. Government site for Medicare.

Medicare Interactive

Explains the enrollment process for Medicare.

Nursing Home Compare

Has detailed information about every Medicare and Medicaid nursing home in the country. You can search to find nursing homes based on a location and compare the quality of care they provide and their staffing

Veterans Financial

Representatives specialize in funding options that pay for current or future long term care expenses as well as retirement income planning, IRA tax minimization and Inheritance maximization.

Memory Care

What is dementia?

Dementia describes a variety of diseases and conditions that develop when nerve cells in the brain die or no longer function normally.

Communicating with Someone with Alzheimer’s

As an individual progresses through an Alzheimer’s/ dementia journey, many changes in that person’s ability to communicate will occur. Click here to learn more.

The Best Friends Approach to Dementia Care

Developed by David Troxel and Virginia Bell, the Best Friends™ Approach to Dementia Care was founded on the belief that what those with dementia need is a friend, a Best Friend. This can be a family member, friend, or staff member who empathizes with their situation, remains loving and positive, and is dedicated to helping the person feel safe, secure and valued.
Trilogy Heath Services is proud to be a Licensed Provider of the Best Friends™ Approach to Dementia Care. Visit our BFF page to learn more.

Alzheimer’s Association

Visit for information and services to people with Alzheimer’s, caregivers, researchers, physicians and health care professionals. Additionally, the Green-Field Library is the nation’s oldest and foremost library and resource center devoted to increasing knowledge about Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia.


Aging Gracefully

No matter how well we eat, how much we exercise, how many supplements we take, there is nothing that stops the aging process. Learn about aging by seniors and their families on our blog.

Falls Prevention

Seniors can reduce their risk of falling through regular physical activity. Click here to learn more.
Additionally, evidence-based falls prevention programs, tools and practices from the National Council on Aging can be found at


LeadingAge is an association of 5,600 not-for-profit organizations dedicated to expanding the world of possibilities for aging. We advance policies, promote practices and conduct research that supports, enables and empowers people to live fully as they age.

National Institute on Aging

The National Institute on Aging offers thousands of materials relating to Alzheimer’s including fact sheets, textbook chapters, journal articles, brochures, teaching manuals, directories, videos and other media, bibliographies, program descriptions, monographs, reports, and newsletters.

Younger Next Year

Through practical examples and real-world scenarios, nationally renowned physician Dr. Henry Lodge shares his influential findings on how physical and social engagement can actually reverse the effects of aging at

Senior Living & Caregiving

Signs Your Loved One May Need Assisted Living

Knowing whether or not a loved one needs Assisted Living can be challenging if you don’t know what to look for. Click here to learn more.

Caring for the Caregiver

Anyone who has ever provided ongoing care for someone living with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia knows the daunting challenges that taking on such a role can bring. Click here to learn more about caregiver support at Trilogy Senior Living Communities.

AARP/AARP Caregiver Support Group

The AARP is the nation’s largest nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to empowering Americans 50 and older to choose how they live as they age. For information on caregiving support, nearby doctors and agencies, advice on helping an older adult manage their finances, and tips on making the decision to move a senior to an assisted living facility or help them to live at home independently, visit

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