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The Right Home at Your Fingertips

With over 19 years of senior care experience, 24/7 Care Options in Mesa, AZ is closely connected with the most outstanding and highly reputable care facilities in the valley. We will help ease the stress of finding the perfect home for your loved one by selecting options that best fit your preferred location, ideal living situation, and appropriate care needed.

24/7 Care Options helps families find the right home to help meet the personal, medical, and social need of your loved ones at NO COST to you or your family.

To make an inquiry, you may call us at (480) 334-3800 or e-mail us at You will be contacted for information about your family member’s background, needs, and preferences.

After we gather the necessary and pertinent information about your family member, we will then identify the most appropriate type of care that best fits your loved one.

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We will provide referrals to care options that are tailored to the unique needs of your loved one. You will then have the opportunity to visit the care facilities, meet care staff, ask questions, and decide which care facility you feel is the best fit.

After choosing your care facility, we will follow up to make sure all is very well to your expectations, and offer our continued support and guidance until your loved one is comfortable in their new home.

Rest assured that 24/7 Care Options refers only to care facilities that are licensed by the state and have been screened through checks with licensing agencies and passed our own personal evaluation process.

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WHAT IS ASSISTED LIVING – a residential care institution where residents can receive assistance in daily living based on three care levels of services provided: supervisory care services, personal care services, or directed care services on a continuing basis. This is not covered by health insurance, Medicare, or Medicaid. Assisted living care is paid for by long-term care insurance but most people pay out-of-pocket. Costs will vary depending on the level of care and services provided.

ASSISTED LIVING HOME (ALH) or GROUP HOME – an average residential home that’s licensed to ten or fewer residents. This is a comfortable home-like setting with minor medical supervision, personal care assistance, 24-hour supervision, security and emergency call system, housekeeper services, social activities, meals, residents’ freedom, and transportation. Basic healthcare is provided by on-site certified caregivers and managers who sometimes are the owners, and some live there. Services mentioned above are all inclusive to mostly all ALH’s monthly fee, if not all. Certified caregivers are on duty 24/7.

ASSISTED LIVING CENTER (ALC) – a facility that’s licensed to 11 or more residents. This can be a very large facility providing services to hundreds of residents. This is more of a community-type living with minor medical supervision, personal care assistance, 24-hour supervision, security and emergency call system, housekeeper services, wide range of daily social activities and scheduled outings, meals, residents’ freedom, and transportation. Services mentioned above are not all inclusive to ALC’s monthly fee.

Additional costs for personal care are added to the base price, and depending on individual needs. RNs and LPNs are accessible and on call but may not be present at all times. Certified caregivers are on duty 24/7. 

A special unit for dementia or Alzheimer’s residents is available in some, but not all, assisted living institutions.

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SKILLED NURSING FACILITIES – a place of residence for people who require constant nursing care, other professional support services, and have significant deficiencies with activities of daily living. Other services are provided such as assistance with personal care, meals, housekeeping, and social activities. Nursing homes provide 24/7 skilled nursing care, therapy services, and nursing care for residents for rehabilitation, and give post-surgical stabilization, pulmonary management, and wound care. A physician supervises each resident’s care, while an RN is on site at all times. The residents in a nursing home are more like patients in hospitals.


Costs are covered by out-of-pocket private pay, private health insurance, or long-term care insurance. Medicare or Medicaid may also pay for nursing home care under certain circumstances. Cost depends on the level of care and services one receives.

For more inquiries, or to request our immediate assistance in finding the best fit for your loved one, call us at
(480) 334-3800 or email us at

24/7 Care Options is a FREE Placement Service for Elders.