Life Care Centers of America
Life Care Centers of America

Visiting Loved Ones


When visiting a loved one at a Life Care Centers of America facility or other care center, there are ways you can be prepared that will help ensure that your visit is comfortable, that you know what to do, that you know what to expect and that you know how to react.

Visiting a loved one receiving short- or long-term care in a skilled nursing facility can be a confusing, difficult and uncomfortable experience due to the unfamiliar environments and the realities of facing the aging of a loved one and others.

The well-being of patients and residents depends on family involvement and seeing familiar, caring faces. Family visits are one of the highlights in every patient's or resident's life, and these visits provide him or her with positivity, encouragement, hope and happiness that is invaluable to the processes of healing and living.

The Basics

What to expect and how to interact.

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Outings

Taking your loved one on an outing.

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Bringing Children

Helping younger visitors understand.

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Where to Start

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Life Care Locations


Today Life Care operates or manages more than 200 skilled nursing, rehabilitation, Alzheimer's and senior living campuses in 28 states. Contact us today to schedule a tour!

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