Physical And Cognitive Benefits Of Long-Term Care Facilities
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Physical And Cognitive Benefits Of Long-Term Care Facilities

You may be visiting our website if you have an aging loved one with physical and cognitive deficits. While you may be able to care for your elderly loved one at home, you may not have the clinical skills nor financial resources to do so. Our blog posts reveal the physical and cognitive benefits of nursing home and assisted living placement. Your questions and concerns regarding physical, occupational, and speech therapies are addressed here, as well as your concerns about nutritional interventions and social activities offered in nursing homes. After reading our helpful posts, you'll feel more confident in making the right long-term care choice for your senior loved one.


Physical And Cognitive Benefits Of Long-Term Care Facilities

  • 3 Things Every Senior Citizen to Have in Their Closet

    9 January 2020

    If you're like most people with senior loved ones in their lives, your senior's health and happiness are very important to you. You probably go out of your way to help ensure that your senior loved one has safety features installed such as grab bars near sinks, toilet, showers, and bathtubs. However, you may not have given much thought to how your senior dresses — and that's perfectly normal because most people's knowledge of senior-friendly fashion begins and ends with sensible footwear.

  • When Memory Affects Money: How To Help A Parent In Assisted Living Experiencing Financial Discrepancies They Can't Explain

    8 January 2020

    While nobody is perfect, an older person with memory problems faces challenges that are very unique. They might forget to pay a bill or not recall donating a few hundred dollars to a charity in need, leaving their finances in a condition that's difficult to figure out, much less manage. Without being overbearing, you can step in and help, especially when memory affects money to the point where their regular budget is threatened.