How To Choose An Assisted Living Facility For A Loved One

26 October 2022
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Assisted living facilities provide a great mixture of freedom and assistance, and they're ideal for seniors who need help with some activities. For example, suppose your aging parent or relative needs some help and is willing to move to an assisted living facility. In that case, you might agree to help them choose the right one. But how do you select the right facility? Here is a guide to help you know the top factors to consider when searching for an assisted living facility for a loved one.
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Get Ready To Go To Assisted Living With Your Pet

23 September 2022
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Did you know many assisted living homes allow pets? There are different policies, breed and weight restrictions, and pet facilities at each assisted living home. And if you've got a beloved pet and are about to move to one of these places, you do want to be sure you find a place that accepts the type of pet you have and that you meet the qualifications, such as having someone listed as willing to take the pet if you become unable to care for it.
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Would Your Elderly Parent Thrive In A Senior Living Community? Important Reasons Why They Might

22 June 2022
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Watching a parent struggle to live independently in their senior years is a difficult situation for an adult child, especially when there are valid concerns about their health or safety to consider. Yet many seniors resist the idea of moving in with one of their adult children, often because they fear they will become a burden. Adult children who are wondering how they can help their elderly parent or parents retain their independence while also being able to know that they are living in a safe, healthy environment may find the answer they seek inside a senior living community.
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How Do Senior In-Home Care Services Work?

17 February 2022
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As you get older, it can become increasingly difficult to perform everyday tasks. This can make it hard for a senior to take proper care of themselves and make sure their homes are safe living environments. Luckily, senior in-home care is a great option to allow seniors to safely continue living in their homes.  What Is Senior In-Home Care? Senior in-home care is an option for seniors to have nurses or caregivers come into their homes and provide the care and services the seniors need.
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4 Signs It Is Time To Consider Assisted Living For Your Aging Parents

25 October 2021
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Although you would love to take care of your parent or grandparent in their golden years, other life responsibilities such as work can bar you. Hiring an in-house sitter or qualified nurse is often out of the question, mostly due to the high costs of employing them. Have you thought about moving your loved one to an assisted living facility? Maybe it's time you considered the option. If you are worried it's too soon, these signs can help you make the right decision.
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After spending years working hard, I could tell that my grandparents were starting to wind down. They were really struggling with issues like mobility, and so I started thinking about different ways to keep them safe and sound. I realized that a nursing home or assisted living center would be the natural choice, since they needed to have almost constant care and supervision. After I was able to find a great nursing home, I took my grandparents on a tour of the space, and they were head over heels in love with it. This blog is all about encouraging your family members to live in an assisted living center.