Types of Care

From In Home Independent Living To Residential Memory Care, Let TheCaringChoice Help You Discover The Different Senior Living Options Available For Your Loved One Today!


Independent Living

Independent senior living communities — commonly referred to as retirement communities, retirement homes, or senior housing — are becoming more and more popular as the baby boomer generation continues to transition into retirement.

Assisted Living

Assisted living residence is a long-term senior care alternative, filling the gap between home health care and skilled nursing homes. It’s intended for seniors who can live independently but need some help and support throughout their daily lives.

Memory Care

A memory care community is a residential care facility or wing or unit of a residential care facility that is designed specifically to ac the needs of people who have Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias.



Every year, thousands of families in Arizona are faced with the challenge of finding quality, affordable senior care. With so many options, costs and facilities to consider, it can be difficult to find the ideal living situation for you or your loved ones.

At The Caring Choice, we’ve made it our mission to simplify the process of finding the best senior care for you or your family members. We only focus on facilities and types of care in Arizona, which means we’re more familiar with local services and the ones that may be best for your situation.

If your family needs financial assistance for long-term care in Arizona, consider the ALTCS program, which provides long-term nursing care to qualified individuals. You can find the ALTCS application here, or contact your local ALTCS office.

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What Our Clients are Saying About Us

-Frank G

To everyone at Caregivers Inn, the past year was very difficult for our family, but you all made it a lot easier for all of us by taking great care of Dad. Thank you for everything.

-Ryan S

My family and I would like to express our deepest gratitude for the care and compassion everyone provided to our mother over the last 6 years. While physical and medical care is vital, I wanted you to know how much we appreciated the other types of care she received. Those would be the friendships, jokes and laughter she was able to share with your staff.


To All Nurses & Aides, Just a small token to say thank you for each and every day, each minute and every hour that you are there taking care of my Mom, Ann, and providing her with a good day. I am very grateful for each one of you. Thank you very much!``

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