In addition to offering the highest levels of care and service for Independent Living, Assisted, Memory Care, and Respite Care, Solera Senior Living also strives to provide families with the resources needed to make the best decision for their loved ones. We are dedicated to keeping you and your family informed, and if you do not find the information needed on our Family Resources page, please don’t hesitate to ask a member of our team for assistance.

Veterans Benefits

Take Advantage of Our Veterans Aid & Attendance Benefit

If you are a Veteran or surviving spouse, you may be eligible for the Veterans Aid & Attendance benefit. This benefit, offered by the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA), provides monthly payments added to the amount of the monthly VA pension for qualified Veterans or surviving spouses. Millions of Veterans have earned this important benefit that can help them and their families pay for senior care — but many people don’t know about it.

The Aid & Attendance pension is a tax-free benefit paid directly to the qualified Veteran or spouse. The monthly benefits are subject to change annually.


Moving Assistance

Please inquire with the local sales teams in regard to white-glove relocation services. Because we understand that relocating from your home into senior living can be stressful for you and your loved one, we have aligned with reputable local moving companies to offer a turnkey relocation service. 

Glossary of Terms

  • Activities of Daily Living:

    The tasks people perform each day, such as dressing, bathing, grooming, dining, medication management.

  • Assisted Living:

    Assisted Living offers individuals assistance with the activities of daily living—dressing, bathing, dining, and medication management. Services such as transportation, dining, housekeeping and more usually are included.

  • Continuing Care/Continuum of Care:

    A variety of options for accommodating changing needs. A continuing care retirement community (CCRC) offers residents the advantages of being able to “age in place”, moving into another area of the community when needs dictate.

  • Dementia:

    Dementia can be a variety of diagnoses, the most common of which is Alzheimer’s. This disease begins slowly, but over time, symptoms worsen. While occasional memory problems are common for individuals over age 65, people with dementia cannot retrieve information and in most cases, lose the ability to remember.

  • Long-term Care Insurance:

    Long-term care insurance is a type of insurance developed specifically to cover the cost of skilled nursing, assisted living, home health care, and other long-term care services. These services are usually not covered by traditional health insurance or Medicare.

  • Medicare:

    The federal health insurance program for people who are 65 and older, certain younger people with disabilities, and people with End-Stage Renal Disease. Medicare Parts A, B, C and D cover specific services and care. 

  • Medicaid:

    A program of medical assistance designed for those unable to afford regular medical service and financed by the state and federal governments. If you would like more specific information, go to

  • Memory Care:

    Memory care provides a specialized atmosphere for residents coping with memory loss, Alzheimer’s, or other dementia-related disorders. Therapeutic activities and programs help maximize cognitive development, diminish anxiety, lessen confusion, and increase peace of mind.

  • Veterans Benefits:

    If you are a Veteran or the widow of a Veteran, you may be eligible for a wide variety of benefits available to all U.S. military Veterans. These include disability compensation, pension, education and training, health care, home loans, insurance, vocation rehabilitation and employment, and burial. For complete details, go to

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