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Anxiety And Assisted Living: How To Move In With More Confidence And Less Apprehension, So You Can Enjoy Your New Place

8 October 2019
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Moving is a big deal to anyone, but when you have anxiety, it's much more difficult to make the transition to a new neighborhood, particularly the close quarters of assisted living. That doesn't mean you should avoid moving to a place that meets your changing needs as you get older, though, it just means you should have a plan in place to succeed at transitioning. Give Yourself Time To Plan
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3 Essential Questions To Ask Before Choosing An Assisted Living Facility

11 August 2019
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Do you have a parent or a grandparent who is no longer able to completely care for themselves? Are you worried about their living situation and are looking into the various options? The aging process can seem overwhelming, even if all you're doing is assisting someone else with their future. Although it can seem complicated, finding the right place for your parents or grandparents to live can be made much easier by asking the right questions.
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Is Your Child With Autism Ready To Receive In Home ABA Services? 3 Tips For A Smooth Start

27 May 2019
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Children with autism are most receptive to learning new skills during the early years of their life, and Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) is an effective way to help your child learn how to speak and engage in appropriate behaviors. One of the most important aspects of ABA services is that it is done in the home where your child spends their most time in a natural environment. While this type of therapy is intensive, you can use these tips to help everyone enjoy a smooth start that helps your child be successful in their sessions.
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Senior Struggles: 3 Proactive Ways To Help Aging Parents Manage Their Own Home

23 December 2018
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Watching your parents go from being the strong defenders of your universe to needing assistance with caring for themselves and their home is a sobering experience for any adult child. For those who have assumed the position of official or unofficial caretaker of their elderly parents, or those who realize that they will be doing so soon, watching this decline results in a need to take action. Adult children in this situation often look for ways to help provide the right level of care to provide safety and security, while also allowing elderly parents to remain in the comfort of their own homes.
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How To Convince A Loved One To Enter Assisted Living

6 November 2018
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As your family members get older, you get put into the position of caring for loved ones who can no longer fully provide or care for themselves. Commonly, it's children who take care of adult parents in their later years, helping out parents with paying bills on time, light housework, and running errands. You're happy to take on the role of caregiver for your loved one, especially since you have the time and funds to do so, but you worry you won't be able to take care of them forever.
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Keeping My Family Members Safe

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.

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