Alert1 Seniorscape™: The Senior Care Industry Map
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The Senior Care Industry Map
older adults have access to a wide variety of services to help them age in
place safely and comfortably. The sheer number of different companies and
services can be overwhelming. Alert1 was inspired by the LUMAscapes that Luma
Partners™ created to better understand their industry. We have created our own
Seniorscape to help everyone better understand the elder care industry and the
different services available to seniors.
aging in place industry is large, and covers a wide range of services. Home
health care alone provides annual revenue of around $57.6 billion. With the Senior Care Industry Map, Alert1 has organized senior services, including:
home support services such as tech help, lawn care, food delivery, and
emergency response systems, medication reminders, and medical IDs
care and home health
and independent living facilities
map highlights the options available to the modern senior so they can determine
their needs and the companies at their disposal, and companies can understand
how they function in the marketplace.
Reading the Senior Care Industry Map
Senior Care Industry map will help you navigate the senior care service
left half of the map features services and products that require less
commitment for seniors. Many of the services offered can be stopped at any
time, if a commitment is required at all. The costs are lower on this side of
the map. Medical alert systems, for example, cost only pennies a day.
right half of the map includes services with more comprehensive care and more
commitment. This includes long term care and assisted living. More commitment
means higher prices on the right side of the map. For example, elder care
services can average $71 a day, coming out to roughly $18,460 annually. The
average cost for a private one-bedroom apartment in an assisted living facility
is $3,022 per month, coming out to more than $36,000 a year.
Navigating Everyday Aging in Place Services
services on the left side of the Seniorscape make at-home independence much
easier. With the expected senior population to soon double to around 70
million, these every-day services are no doubt going to prove useful.
seniors are unable or unwilling to drive. Senior transportation networks are
available through ITNAMerica™ or Rides in Sight™. Companies such as Med Coach™ or
ACC Medlink™ provide specific transportation for seniors with medical
conditions. Accessing these services is as simple as picking up the phone.
third of seniors in the U.S. now use computers, and there are several services
that help seniors survive the age of the selfie. Geek Squad™ and websites such
as SeniorNet™ offer technicians and resources that integrate the modern senior
in the digitally connected world.
quarters of U.S. households get help taking care of their beautiful lawns. For the
aging in place senior homeowner, there are lawn care services provided by
Trugreen™, the Grounds Guys™ and Scotts Lawn™. With their nationwide services,
these companies connect seniors to lawn maintenance.
food delivery industry helps seniors with both groceries and pre-made food. The
services are ideal for seniors who have conditions that require proper diet and
nutrition, or who are unable to cook. This industry has proven to be extremely
successful. One startup alone, Munchery™, raised $35 million worth of funding. Ordering
groceries online through Costco™ or Walmart™ is as easy as clicking through their
website. For prepared meals, Senior Meals on Wheels Foundation™ and Capital Area
Food Bank™ are excellent resources as they fight to decrease senior hunger.
Other delivery options include Dinewise™, Personal Chef to Go™, and Moms Meals
for everyday services there is the neighborhood handyman. Lacking in young
strapping relatives with the home know-how? There are companies to connect you
to one. HandyPro™, House Doctors™ and Mr. Handyman™ are enterprises that connect
seniors with handy experts.
Moving Towards More Comprehensive Care
some point, it becomes clear that seniors need more help and that it is time to
move to a new community that can better meet their needs. On the right side of
the Seniorscape, you will find the services seniors can use when it’s time to
- Homecare Assistance™
- Home Instead Senior Care™
- Griswold Home Care™
- Visiting Angels™
- Synergy Home Care™
- BestHome Care™
- Comfort Keepers™
- Senior Helpers™
- Right at Home™
- First Light Home Care™
- A Place for Mom™
- Leisure Care™
- FiveStar Quality Care, Inc.™
- HCR ManorCare™
- Emeritus Senior Living™
- Atria Senior Living™
- Sunrise Senior Living™
- Brookdale Senior Living™
- Assisted Living Concepts, Inc.™
- ACTS Retirement Life Communities™
- Belmont Village Senior Living™
- Five Star Senior Living
- Almost Family™
- LHC Group™
- Kindred Healingcare™
- Bayada Home Health Care™
- Interim Healthcare™
- Accent Care™
- Addus HealthCare™
- Senior Lifestyle Corporation™
- Holiday Retirement™
- Regency Pacific™
- LifeCare Services™
- Century Park Associates™
- Ensign group™
- Capital Senior Living™
- Erickson Living™
- Atria Senior Living™
independent living facilities give seniors easy access to the care they need,
and provide valuable social connections. Many facilities provide fun activities
that help seniors make new friends. This is very important considering the
dangers of depression and loneliness, which are unfortunately all too common among
seniors. In these communities a friend is only a moment away.
Alert1 & the Aging in Place Industry
takes center stage in ensuring outstanding senior care. Medical alert systems
are the safety net that get seniors help in medical emergencies. Alert1
provides protection for the home as well as systems for the mobile senior on the go. The Alert1 Fall Detection System is an added layer of
protection that automatically signals for help if it senses a fall. Compare medical alert companies such as Philips Lifeline™, Life
Alert™ and Medical Guardian™ — Alert1 stands out by a rule of three:
- We stay on the line until help
- No long term agreements.
- Outstanding customer service
and great medical alert system reviews.
offers more than just the basic medical alert system. We have introduced a line
of products that work together to help keep seniors safe.
Alert1’s new products is a line of medical ID bracelets. We join alongside
companies and nonprofit organizations such as MedicAlert Foundation™, Lauren’s
Hope™, and Hope Paige Designs™. Medical ID bracelets let first responders know
how best to treat specific conditions in an emergency. And now they come in
fashionable designs! With our accessories, seniors can be both safe and stylish.
helps seniors manage their medication with the Medical Reminder & Organizer system. Now
seniors can live their days without the fear of accidently missing or
overdosing on a medication.
For 27 years, Alert1 has dedicated our services to nothing but assured senior safety.
We are proud to introduce our Seniorscape to help seniors and caregivers in the
industry to understand what services are available to them.
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