Keeping My Family Members Safe

Keeping My Family Members Safe

Signs That Your Loved One Could Benefit From Professional Memory Care

6 October 2017
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If you have a loved one with dementia, you should become aware of when it may be time to place him or her in a memory care assisted living center. Since making such a decision can be hard for some people, you will want to take the time to research the following signs that it is time to start looking for the best memory care home in your area. They Are No Longer Safe In Their Home
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How To Help An Elderly Loved One With Declining Capabilities

3 October 2017
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As our parents grow older, their bodies begin to age with them and may begin to develop ailments. Additionally, these ailments may also begin to grow more severe as the years go by. So, how do you help an elderly loved one with declining capabilities? The solution is assisted living. Assisted living communities are ideal for aging adults that are still very much independent but have medical problems that need attention.
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Four Times That You Should Use Your Call Button In Assisted Living

3 October 2017
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One of the situations that you'll appreciate when you're in an assisted living home is that help is always just a push of the button away. Many assisted living guest rooms are equipped with call buttons that will summon a staff member in a matter of moments, and you might also have a pendant-style call button that you can wear around your neck. Some people don't want others to fuss over them, which could prevent them from pressing the button when it's needed.
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Strategies To Help You Care For Your Elderly Parent

30 September 2017
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Caring for the needs of an elderly parent can be a challenging task. When individuals find that their parent is having difficulty living on their own, it can be easy to be unsure of what they should do to help meet these care needs. If you are currently needing to care for an aging parent, you will benefit from learning some of the basic steps and strategies that can help with this task.
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What Long-Term Assisted Living Means And How To Prepare For It

26 September 2017
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Assisted living means that you need someone living with you to make sure you take your medication, eat good meals regularly, receive help with personal hygiene and getting dressed (when needed), and ambulatory assistance. However, long-term assisted living care is quite another story. If you hear this phrase, it means that someone in your family has taken direction from your doctor to put you in a facility where you can be monitored regularly until the end of your life.
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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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