Parent Has Dementia? What To Look For In A Senior Living Facility

27 July 2021
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If you have a parent that has dementia, then they will be okay in the very beginning stages. This is a very progressive disease, and they will eventually not be able to live alone or even take care of themselves. If you are not able to take care of your parent, then you should consider a senior living facility. Below is information on what you should look for in a senior living facility to help you make the right choice. Read More 

How To Prepare Family Members Better For Senior Care Living Facilities

13 April 2021
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Families sometimes have to make the decision to put certain members in senior care living facilities once they reach a certain age. It may be hard but ultimately the best decision for their health. If you do these things when preparing a loved one for this transition, everyone won't have to stress as much.  Start the Conversation Early With senior care living facilities, you don't want to just bring them up one day and then put your family member in one the next. Read More 

Caring For A Loved One With Dementia At Home: A Practical Outlook

15 January 2021
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If a family member is diagnosed with dementia, your instinct might be that they should move in with you so that you can give them all the care they need. But is this truly a practical plan? A lot of it depends upon your circumstances, but assuming you also acknowledge the need for additional support, it can be a practical and effective course of action. What are some of the things you should consider before a family member with dementia moves in with you? Read More 

4 Tips For Choosing An Assisted Living Facility

15 October 2020
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Choosing a senior living facility is one of the most important decisions you will make in life. Your comfort in your senior years is of utmost importance. If you want to ensure that you enjoy the facility you choose then you have to ask all the right questions at the outset. Take a look at the things you need to know before making a final decision. Which Location Is Right for You? Read More 

What To Look For In A Memory Care Facility

17 August 2020
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If you have a loved one who is dealing with dementia or Alzheimers, your family is likely needing some support. It can be extremely difficult for families to provide care for loved ones who are dealing with slips in memory. Seeking assistance is an extremely emotional and challenging decision, so the caregivers you find should offer services that allow you to be as involved as you want, all while keeping your loved one safe and as capable as possible. Read More