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.
16 June 2020
Making the choice to send your elderly loved one, as a parent or not, to an assisted living facility isn't the easiest thing to do. However, there comes a time when it's the best thing you can do for your loved one. If your loved one has gone through or is going through one or more of these problems, it's time to start looking into assisted living facilities. Repeated Falls
6 February 2020
When a loved one needs extra help with medical care or daily care, it can be hard for all involved. You may not be able to be there all the time to assist and your loved one may feel frustrated with their capabilities. The good news is there are professionals who can help. Investing in home care is a good way to make sure that your loved one's needs are always met, even if a family member can't be around.
5 February 2020
Aging and the development of infirmities that make it difficult to manage alone are something that every human being must face as time goes by. But even though they know that to be true, adult children may still feel unsure of how they can best help their parent adjust to aging and physical or mental decline that will make it necessary to accept help. Since most adult children are still working and raising a family during this time, it can be difficult for them to take on the increasing care needs of their parents.
5 February 2020
Senior living advisors are professionals who specialize in helping older people make decisions about their housing and care arrangements. If you need to set up an alternative living arrangement, such as residing in an assisted living community or a nursing home, an advisor can help you make sense of which options match your needs. Here are three things you should know about senior living care advisors. Independence One of the main advantages of working with an advisor is that you'll get an independent opinion about how certain potential options might suit your needs.
4 February 2020
If you have an aging loved one who is struggling with dementia or other memory problems, you may be looking into care options. For many seniors, investing in memory care services can be beneficial and give them the support that they need to live a comfortable life. A professional can come into the home so that your loved one is able to stay in a familiar place. Are you unsure whether this would be a good fit for someone you care for?