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.
12 January 2021
As people age, certain factors can raise their risks for clinical depression. If you notice that your senior loved one seems sad, or if they display dramatic changes in sleeping patterns, appetite, or behavior, make an appointment with the physician. While these symptoms can indicate other causes, they may mean that the elderly individual is suffering from depression. If your aging loved one is unable to live alone anymore, consider an assisted living facility.
9 October 2020
If you are thinking about purchasing assisted living software so that you can improve the way that you run your assisted living facility, then you might be wondering which program you should purchase. These are some of the features that a good assisted living software program should have. If you can find a program that has all of these features, then you should be happy with the software that you end up purchasing and using.
30 July 2020
Admitting that you need a new living environment does not mean that you have to give up all aspects of your life. Many seniors choose to move into an assisted living community because it can greatly improve their quality of life. If you're planning to move into this kind of environment soon, you may be feeling anxious and may be wondering what to expect with this new life change. Keep reading to better understand what to expect when moving into an assisted living community:
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.