Welcome to Station Exchange.

Station Exchange has a solution for your Senior Care needs. We are mindful that each family comes to us with a unique set of needs. Whether you're looking to just simplify life and downsize, need At Home care or require more specialized services, Station Exchange Senior Care takes great pride in every aspect of service we provide for seniors. For some, it is as simple as companionship for a few hours each day. For others, it's assistance with the basics of daily living such as housekeeping and laundry. Still others require medication reminders, assistance with bathing or more specialized memory care. No matter what your needs, our team is dedicated to quality service.

At Home Care

Do you want to remain in your own home?

  • Live independently as long as possible.
  • Non-medical, in-home care up to 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
  • Trusted caregivers for patients recovering in the hospital.
  • Dependable caregivers for residents in nursing homes and long-term care settings.
  • Call us today for an in-home consultation.

Community Living

Are you ready to make Station Exchange your new home?

  • Community Senior Living with trained caregivers providing care 24 hours a day.
  • Secure memory care community to help people living with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and other types of memory problems.
  • Respite, short-term recuperative care and accommodation, is available when needed.
  • Call today for a tour.

The Latest In Senior Care

“Mom, We Need to Talk:” How to successfully talk to aging parents about Assisted Living

Posted: March 21, 2016


Besides the “birds and the bees,” it can be one of the most difficult conversations in your life…how to talk to your aging parent about assisted living. Parents may disagree that now is the time to go. Some many just not want to go. And others, sadly, may no longer be able to understand the issue due to cognitive impairment. No matter what the scenario, there are ways to approach this sensitive topic in a positive manner, thereby increasing the odds that senior adults get the care they deserve.

  1. Don’t wait for a crisis to occur. Start the conversation early.

Did you know that studies suggest that aging parents want to discuss future housing issues more so than children? Just because you begin this conversation doesn’t mean the move to assisted living will happen quickly. It’s about taking the time to gather information about facilities and touring the facility to get a feel for what is offered.