Memory Care: What To Do When Your Loved One’s Memory Drastically Declines

21 September 2017
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If your elderly loved one no longer recognizes your face or remembers where different places are in your home, you may feel at a lost of what to do about their declining health. People who suffer from advanced Alzheimer's disease, dementia, or another memory-related condition require specialized care and treatment. If your home isn't equipped to handle your loved one's memory problems, it can potentially affect their health and life. You can make your home temporarily safe for your loved one until you seek additional help.
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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.