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Monarch at Home: Empowering Seniors to Age in Place with Customized Care and Support Services


Feb 12, 2024
CCRC Launches New Home Health Program for Independent Living Residents

Monarch Landing, a continuing care retirement / life plan community in Naperville, IL, has recently launched Monarch at Home, a home health program designed to assist independent living residents who require additional support. According to Mychelle Benton, Director of Monarch at Home, the service is specifically tailored for residents who want to remain in their apartments but need assistance with daily tasks.

The program enables residents to stay in their units longer by providing them with customized care plans that address their unique needs. Unlike traditional services offered through outside agencies, Monarch at Home offers 15-minute visits instead of hour-long increments. This means that residents can save money while still receiving the care they need.

Monarch at Home also includes care companions who can assist with outings, personal care, domestic chores, and other tasks that may be difficult for residents to manage on their own. Caregiver companions are carefully matched with residents to ensure a good fit and that they receive the best possible care.

In addition to offering customized care plans and care companions, Monarch at Home staff members are subject to rigorous background checks and strict guidelines. This ensures that residents receive high-quality care from experienced professionals who are dedicated to helping them live their best lives.

Monarch Landing is owned and managed by Harrison, NY-based Senior Care Development and is an equity partner with Life Care Services. Other CCRCs have also expanded their offerings to include home care services as well.

Overall, Monarch at Home represents a significant investment in the wellbeing of independent living residents at Monarch Landing and demonstrates the community’s commitment to providing comprehensive support for seniors as they age in place.

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