Amada Senior Care Northern Colorado
As owners of Amada Senior Care Northern Colorado, Josh Zuieback and Jeff and Amy Culler are committed to consistently providing every client with the highest quality of personalized care. Amy Culler, a Registered Nurse, says, “As a nurse, I know what good quality care is, and I want to provide the best individual care to help seniors maintain their quality of life for as long as possible. My grandmother lived to be 95, and she was able to stay in her home until she was in her late eighties. I want to provide that for other families.”
We are proud to serve seniors and their loved ones in Fort Collins, Longmont, Loveland, Greeley, Windsor, Johnstown, Wellington, and other nearby communities.
We understand that helping a senior to flourish at home requires more than cooking and light housekeeping. By getting to know each of our clients and forming trusting relationships with them, we are able to enrich seniors’ lives and bring them joy by helping them do the things they love.
At Amada Northern Colorado, we really do view ourselves, our clients, and their loved ones as part of one Amada family. We have learned through personal experience that the way a senior is cared for has a lasting impact on his or her loved ones. Our administrator, Lisa Olson, recalls, “When I was growing up, my grandparents had a live-in caregiver. They could not have stayed in their home without her. She really allowed my grandfather to be a husband and a grandpa, not my grandmother’s caregiver. That’s what we want to provide to our clients and their loved ones—let your family be family, and let us take on the rest.”
The team at Amada Senior Care Northern Colorado is here to help families through all aspects of senior care, from providing compassionate in-home assistance, to guiding families as they seek the right assisted living community, to helping them find the best ways to pay for care. Our goal is to help seniors feel valued, peaceful, and content while their families are assured of their continuing safety and comfort.
Amada caregivers are trained to provide assistance with
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) like:
If you or a beloved senior in the Northern Colorado area would benefit from help with activities of daily living like those listed here, please contact Amada today for a Free Care Needs Consultation. We will help you and your family develop a plan of care tailored to meet your specific needs, and we will remain in regular contact to make sure we are supporting you in every way possible. Because once you’re part of our Amada family, you’ll never have to navigate senior care alone.
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At Amada Senior Care Northern Colorado, we honestly think of ourselves, the clients we care for, and their loved ones as part of a single Amada family. This means that we are committed to caring for your loved one as though he or she were one of our own, and it also means that we are dedicated to supporting your family through all aspects of senior care.
“No member of our Amada family navigates senior care alone.”
Jeff and Amy Culler
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Senior Housing Advising
At Amada Senior Care Northern Colorado, our mission is to help seniors maintain the highest quality of life. When home is no longer the ideal place for a senior to enjoy life, we help our clients and their families find a new environment that provides the support they need to thrive.
There are so many excellent nursing homes, assisted living communities, and other senior living options available to our clients in Northern Colorado that it can be difficult for families to know where to begin their search. We have learned through experience that guiding our clients to “make the next right decision” helps to make the process much more manageable and allows them to feel confident in their choices.
The first “right decision” when a family decides to pursue assisted living for a senior is to evaluate the level of care that senior requires, as this will determine the best type of community for them. If a senior is likely to require complex medical services or significant help with ADLs, a nursing home is most likely to meet their needs. For clients who are able to be more independent but are looking to simplify their lives and get occasional non-medical help, an assisted living community may be a better fit.
After we help clients decide what type of senior living is best for them, the next “right decision” involves identifying the place that has the location, activities, and social culture that will best complement their unique personalities and preferences. Since we have relationships with nearly every care community in Northern Colorado, we can provide helpful insight into the home where a senior will be happiest.
As our clients and their families begin to consider the transition to senior housing, they often view financing as one of their biggest challenges. Fortunately, helping clients find the best ways to fund senior care is one of the things we do best. We can help families make use of long-term insurance, life insurance, veterans’ benefits and other resources to make the cost of care more manageable.
If you or your loved one is no longer reaching their potential in a home-care situation, our team at Amada Northern Colorado can guide you to the “next right decision.” We specialize in referrals to:
- Assisted living communities
- Large and small communities
- Independent living communities
- Board and care homes
- Adult family homes
- Senior care homes
- Skilled nursing facilities
- Alzheimer/dementia communities
“BeClose” with Home Care Technology
These days, it seems that people are much more mobile than they were in the past, and so many of our families are spread across the country, or across the world. When someone you love needs help, though, all you want to do is to be close. Now, with remote care technology from Amada, you can.
Our BeClose home monitoring system allows families to choose from a range of products to help them feel confident in a seniors’ safety and well-being when they can’t be present. Products like indoor and outdoor security cameras, automated thermostats and door locks, fall alarms, and medication monitors allow families to keep a “virtual eye” on beloved seniors wherever they go. Our BeClose system provides frequent updates to families which are viewed through a simple yet secure mobile app. We even update families when we notice a change in a senior’s behavior or routine that may be a sign that additional care is needed to keep them safe.
With BeClose by Amada, seniors are able to live independently while their loved ones can make sure they are safe and comfortable from anywhere in the world. To learn more about remote care options, contact Amada for a Free BeClose Consultation.
Veterans Assistance Programs
For our clients who are veterans, it can be especially challenging to manage the finances of senior care on a military pension. Fortunately, we can often direct veterans and their families to resources and programs that may provide significant assistance, such as the VA Aid and Attendance program. Aid and Attendance benefits are part of a government program designed to help wartime veterans and their surviving spouses pay for help with activities of daily living. To learn more about Aid and Attendance and other benefits for veterans, please Click here for a Free Veteran’s Care Needs Consultation.
Key Points of Aid and Attendance Eligibility
- To qualify for this program, a veteran must have served at least 90 days’ active duty, with at least one of those days during a time of war.
- Dishonorable discharge disqualifies veterans from this program.
- Wartime veterans or their surviving spouses must currently require help from another person with activities of daily living.
- ADLs may include meal preparation, eating, bathing and grooming, transportation, walking, and more.
- The majority of a veterans’ income must be spent on care.
- Benefits are awarded in relation to the percentage of income spent on care, up to a maximum.
- The VA establishes a maximum limit for each applicant’s assets.
- A veteran’s age and financial need affect this limit.
For wartime veterans, their surviving spouses, and their loved ones, VA Aid and Attendance benefits can significantly reduce the financial burdens of senior care. These benefits are:
- Not required to be repaid as long as claimant remains eligible.
- Not taxed.
- Paid directly to claimants every month by the US Treasury.
- Paid in addition to military pensions.