Today, there are many choices in elder care which can be explored as the physical abilities of an aging person change. Continuing care communities offer a variety of housing choices. This can increase stability in the lives of seniors by allowing them to move in when they are fully independent and stay in the same complex no matter how their health changes. Adult day care gives family caregivers a break and it provides supervision in social activities and basic health services for seniors who have lost some of their independence. There are also more specialized care choices, such as Alzheimer’s Care, which provides various housing options for patients as that disease progresses. Health-care professionals are trained to meet a variety of needs; for example, geriatric care managers assist seniors and people with disabilities by aiding with gerontology, social work and emotional issues.