As you can see in the middle of our logo, there is a heart – it represents YOU. We listen to you carefully and develop a plan around your needs, hopes, and goals, making sure you are in the center of everything we do.
You will have your own Home Team of caring and skilled professionals who will help you find the home that’s best for you, support you every step of the way, and make sure you are ready for your move.
We also partner with these experts in aging, mental health, and housing: Aging Care Connections, Heartland Human Care Services, North Shore Senior Center, and PLOWS Council on Aging. You will be in good hands!
Our reliable Home Team of licensed social workers and nurses is at your facility every day so you can ask us questions and share concerns. We will be wearing clothes with our HOPE logo – please come up and talk to us any time!
We talk with you and your significant others and/or guardian to find out your hopes and concerns about moving.
TOGETHER, we create a plan to help you move.
We make sure you are ready to move and that it will be safe and comfortable for you.
We will also introduce you to other people who have gone through the same program so you can talk to them about their experience. They will be able to answer your questions, show you how to use public transportation, and go to community programs with you.
You are offered a choice about the home and community you would like to live in.
We support you every step of the way, even after you move.
We will support you with home and phone visits, and we have money to help support you financially as you get comfortable in your new home.
You will have a care manager who is your person to call with any questions or concerns. This person will work with you for at least 18 months to make sure you are doing well!
If you’re thinking about moving into your own home, it’s easy to get started! We can help you make your dream come true. We will help you find and live in the best place for you.
You'll be able to talk to us at your facility –H.O.P.E. by AgeOptions will be serving patients through telehealth during the national public health emergency. Telehealth — sometimes referred to as telemedicine — is the use of 2-way video conferencing that allows us to have safe and confidential conversations with you.