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Helping My Mom To Choose A Great Nursing Home

After my mother was diagnosed with a debilitating illness, I knew that I couldn't care for her on my own any longer. I wanted to give her the best care possible, which is why I encouraged her to look around for a nursing home. I was able to visit a huge variety of different assisted living centers and gather brochures for her, and she was finally able to narrow down her selection. This blog is all about helping your elderly loved one to choose a great nursing home or assisted living facility, so that you can take care of their needs.


The Advantages of Living in a 55+ Community

As you age, your needs and priorities change. Having a community of like-minded individuals who have similar experiences and lifestyles can greatly impact how you enjoy your golden years. This is one reason why living in a 55+ community can be beneficial for seniors. This piece will explore the top advantages of residing in such a community. Active Lifestyle: 55+ communities are designed to encourage residents to lead an active lifestyle. Read More 

Ways To Help Transition Your Loved One Into An Assisted Living Community

If you know that it is time, or it will soon be time, to move your loved one to an assisted living community, you might find yourself starting to get a little worried about the transition. Some people take the move better than others, but there are always things you can do that will allow you to help your aging loved one with this process. Here are two suggestions for you to consider:  Read More 

How Moving To Assisted Living Is Safer For Seniors

How often do you worry about your senior parents living at home alone? Do you go there often to check on them or help them with tasks? Do you fear they might fall or injure themselves? Many adult children worry about their parents as they age. As a result, many encourage their parents to move to assisted living facilities. Moving to assisted living is safer for seniors in many ways. Here are some of the ways. Read More 

Senior Home Care Services For Cognitive Deficit Patients

If you have a senior loved one who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease or another condition that is causing cognitive deficits, then you may be concerned for their safety. It is unsafe for elderly people who have cognition problems to live alone, and because of this, senior home care services should be considered. Here are some ways a senior home care services provider can help keep your loved one safe and healthy while still living in their own home. Read More 

Questions That Will Help You Decide Whether It Is Time To Take Your Loved One To Memory Care

If you have never cared for someone with dementia before, you may not know exactly when to hire someone to provide additional assistance to your loved one. Besides, the symptoms are not always so obvious at first, but they could worsen with time. While admitting that you need to hire a professional to care for your loved one may not be easy, this is something you might have to do for their well-being. Read More