About Us

Discover Your Community at Adult Family Homes

Adult Family Home Solutions are Senior Care Providers/Owners looking to put you in touch with the home that will be the best fit for your loved one's needs. We are different than almost everyone in our industry because we give you complete control in finding the right adult family home for your loved one and by giving you control, we actually remove a major barrier that stands between you (the user) and the perfect home.

How to Find an Adult Family Home

We have observed how the conventional approach to finding an adult family home for your loved one places limits on you as the customer. Each network in our industry usually only works with preferred homes of their choosing. This means there are great homes out there, but you never get in touch with them. Why?

  • They are not connected to a certain network
  • You are usually only exposed to three or four adult family homes in a network, even though maybe you want to see 10 or 15.
  • Some great adult family homes don't get on the radar because they are not extravagant, even though they may be the best fit for your loved one.
  • There may be financial incentives that are in place within certain networks. As a customer you are not aware, but those incentives can keep you from a potential home.

There are thousands of Adult family homes across the United States. You get to have contact directly with the source!

  • You can search for an adult family homes on your own Just visit adultfamilyhomes.org and enter the city or zipcode in order to focus on homes in a specific geographic location.
  • You can search for an adult family homes on your own By using our search filter you can look for homes according to room types, services and amenities. The filter allows you to set three homes side by side and see how they compare.
  • You can contact the adult family homes directly. The contact information for the homes are provided in their listing. We take pride in the fact that you can get in touch with the home, without having to go through us or any other third party.
  • You can set up adult family homes tours on your own Setting up a tour can be done on the listing page of each home. You fill in the date and time when you are available to visit a home and the home owner will reply with a confirm or an alternate visiting time.
Take A Complete Controll In Finding Home

Our website seeks to remove barriers from your path so that you have the best adult family home. We give you maximum control. We don't care to connect you with a network; we don't want to limit you on the number of homes you want to see; we won't tell you to only visit extravagant homes; and we don't ask high fees of homes that are on our website. Additionally, being an online registry gives us the luxury of offering you the convenience of searching from the comfort of your home. We have developed a simple, informative registry that can help you reach this goal without relying on a third party.

How to Sort out the Right Adult Family Home for You

Due to its small enlightened nature, each adult family home provides unique services and amenities for each resident. It's important you consider and understand your current and potential future needs as you estimate each home. Once you have assembled a list of possible adult family homes, visit each one several times at altering times of the day. Visit the adult family homes during mealtime to determine if the food looks interesting and to see how it is served. This can be time-consuming, but it's very important to secure the best decision possible. Tour each prospective adult family home considering not only your physical care needs but your spiritual, social and cultural needs as well. Get answers to all your questions to ensure your ideal Adult Family Home. Some questions you might want to ask include:

  • Are they licensed and how long have they been operating?
  • How many staff are generally on shift, both during the day and night?
  • Are they provide awake night staff?
  • How are family visits handled?
  • What kinds of activities are planned and structured during the day?
  • Are they provide medication management? How is medication management handled?
  • Is some level of nursing care provided, and how often is it available?
  • Are transportation services provided?
  • Are bedrooms private or shared?
  • What amenities are within close walking distance - library, shopping, movie theater, etc?
  • Is there an area to enjoy outdoor activities such as walking/hiking, sitting or gardening?

These are just a sampling of things you may want to ask. Be sure to have your list of questions written down so you don't forget what you want to ask, and to ensure that you ask the same questions at all the adult family homes you are considering. Once you move into the adult family home, understand that you'll have a period of adjustment. The first few weeks can be difficult until you get established and become familiar with the routines and your surroundings. Discuss any concerns you have with the administrator of the adult family home. Sometimes what you want or need is never more than a question away; therefore, don't be afraid to ask. Then, sit back, relax and enjoy your new adult family home.