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Thank you for considering Allegro as you begin this journey of selecting a senior living community. We know that choosing a senior living community for yourself or a loved one is not an easy decision. We understand that this process can be intimidating, and you have lots of questions. Depending on if you are looking for yourself or a loved one, those questions may be different. To help you navigate this process, we have tried to answer as many of the commonly asked questions as possible. Every situation is unique, and whether you are just starting to consider senior living, or needing help with a loved one quickly, we hope to help you make the best-informed decision as possible.

Please select an option below to find out more about senior living. And if you need help choosing a level of care, learn which living option is right for you. If you have any further questions, we invite you to reach out to our trained senior living advisors, whose sole purpose is to help you along this journey.

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Are You Beginning Your Research?

If you are early in your process of researching and selecting a senior living community for you or a loved one, let us help you learn about the common types of senior living communities. We will also answer some basic questions so you can make an informed decision about when is the right time to consider a move.

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Are You Looking for Yourself?

We want to empower you to make an informed decision about where you live. Continue to find out more about senior living, the type of community that you want, and when is the right time in your life to consider senior living.

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Are You Looking for a Loved One?

Helping a parent or a loved one choose a senior living community can be complex. These resources will help you ask your loved one the right questions so you can consider all your options.

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Which Living Option is Right for Your Family?

With Independent Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care options, you may first want to know which option is best before you start researching communities. This assessment will help you determine which living option may be best.

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