One very difficult aspect of life is watching your parents grow old. It can feel scary to see their health and mobility start to decline. One way to combat this feeling and make the most of things is to help them choose and move into a senior assisted living facility. In a senior living facility, your parent will have medical care, companionship, and fun in a safe living environment. Here are three tips for helping your parent choose a senior assisted living facility:
27 May 2022
Juggling between work and taking care of your aging family members can be overwhelming. Like most Americans, you probably have one or two elderly parents needing your attention. It is even more challenging if they live miles away from your home. Therefore, you may need a senior health care home service to take some of that burden off your shoulders. However, if you don't know much about senior home health care services, read on to discover a few benefits they have to offer.
28 January 2022
People who are living with mild cognitive impairment, also known as MCI, may be able to live independently at home but when cognitive impairment progresses, living alone may no longer be an option. If your loved one has MCI, hiring around-the-clock caregivers may be a viable option, as might moving the individual into a family member's home. These options may not be feasible, however, because of financial reasons or because of work and other commitments family members may have.
20 October 2021
One of the hardest decisions to make is whether or not you should move an older person to an assisted living facility. The change can be scary. Yet there is so much to look forward to in assisted living programs. The most important benefit is that your loved ones will get all-day care, especially if they can no longer live independently. Being aware of the advantages and disadvantages of assisted living can reduce your fears.
11 June 2021
Getting older is a natural and inevitable part of the path through life. Unfortunately, aging can also be a difficult emotional and physical path to navigate, particularly when the aging process means that older people may not be able to live as independently as they have in the past. Many people in this situation fear that the physical limitations that age brings will mean they must transition into an aged care facility.
19 February 2021
Making care decisions about an aging loved one is never a simple matter. However, there are some occasions when the decision is a little easier to make. Sometimes, in-home senior care is the best choice for your loved ones, especially when all the right elements are in place. These are circumstances in which in-home senior care may be the best option for your loved one. When Loved Ones Require Limited Assistance
2 December 2020
Taking care of a household becomes a bit complicated as one ages. A senior spouse, parent, or family member who needs support will not always mention the level of care they need. Adult children may be hesitant to immediately place their parent in a nursing home and want to seek out options in care. Here are a few tips for seeking out senior care services. Spending a few minutes to think about which level of care is needed is important.
10 September 2020