Two Tips For People Caring For Loved Ones With Alzheimer's Disease

Posted on: 23 January 2018

Alzheimer's disease is a serious medical problem that many people will develop as they reach advanced ages. When a person develops this condition, they may need to take advantage of an Alzheimer's assisted living facility. If you are needing to evaluate these facilities for your needs, there are several tips that you should consider following to help you with evaluating potential facilities for yourself or a loved one. Appreciate The Benefits Of An Alzheimer's Assisted Living Community [Read More]

Questions To Ask To Determine The Right Assisted Living Facility For Your Loved One

Posted on: 16 October 2017

Looking for the right assisted living for your loved one can be hard. There are many people who know that they need to find a good facility for their loved one, but are stressed about finding something that works. Here are some things you should be asking yourself and looking for when you look for different assisted living communities: Is The Facility Close To You Or Other Relatives? One thing you need to think about is the location. [Read More]

From Hospital To In-Home Care: 3 Ways To Ease An Elderly Parent's Transition

Posted on: 5 September 2017

A sudden illness or unexpected injury can result in a previously independent senior now needing ongoing medical care. While in some cases, seniors in this situation go into the care of a nursing home facility, many prefer to go home from the hospital, or after a short stay in a rehabilitation center. With a good in-home care agency, it's possible for your elderly parent to return to their home and still receive the care that they need. [Read More]

Keeping Tabs On Elderly Parents: How Can You Help When They Don't Want You To?

Posted on: 10 July 2017

It can be hard watching your parents get older, but if they shut you out just when you think they need you most, what are you going to do? It's hard to sleep at night, not knowing if your mom or dad had a decent supper and was able to wash up for bed or remembered to take their vital medication. You're not alone in your plight to tend to your elderly parents and there are ways around their stubbornness that should work out better for everyone involved. [Read More]