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Elder Care Fundamentals: What You Should Know

After watching several of my family members struggle with dementia and various other age-related conditions, I spent a lot of time researching the options for assisted living, in-home care, and nursing homes. I wanted to be sure that I understood what was out there before my parents came to need it. All of my research helped me learn a lot about future care options for my family. I decided to help clarify the options for others who may be as confused as I was. This intention of this blog is to do just that. I hope that the information here helps you understand the basics so you can make the right choice when you need to.

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Finding An Assisted Living Community That Matches Your Family Member's Needs
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What Should You Look For In A Nursing Home For Your Developmentally Disabled Adult Child?
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Keeping A High Quality Of Life As A Retired Elder
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Nursing Homes For Elderly Parents With Dementia
15 December 2017

Has your elderly parents dementia symptoms become

What Should You Look For In A Nursing Home For Your Developmentally Disabled Adult Child?

Many people only think of nursing homes as places for the elderly. However, if you have an adult child who suffers from a developmental disability that prevents you from caring for them properly at home, a nursing home can be the most suitable environment. Making the choice to place your adult child in a nursing home can be one of the most heartwrenching decisions to make, especially if your child has always lived at home. Read More 

Keeping A High Quality Of Life As A Retired Elder

Retiring seems like it would be the most peaceful way to live out the rest of your life. However, being that retirement is usually something that happens during the elderly years of life, it can also include numerous things that are stressful. For instance, if you are an elder with health problems and a limited amount of assistance for loved ones, you might not enjoy your retirement years as much. It is important to plan out your remaining years in a way that will allow you to enjoy a good quality of life. Read More 

Nursing Homes For Elderly Parents With Dementia

Has your elderly parents dementia symptoms become too severe for him or her to be left at home without constant supervision? Are you trying to figure out the best way to deal with the situation without it having a big impact on your personal life? It is possible that pacing your parent in a nursing home is the best resolution to the problem. You should also choose a home that offers an applied behavior analysis (ABA) for residents suffering from dementia and similar conditions. Read More 

Tips For Helping Care For A Loved One With Memory Issues

A person's memory is one of their most important cognitive attributes. Unfortunately, memory can be one of the aspects of a person's mental health that can deteriorate as they age. When you are wanting to help care for an aging loved one, it will be important to be mindful of several tips that can help you with ensuring that the mental and memory health needs of these individuals will be sufficiently met: Read More 

3 Signs You Should Be Looking For Your In Loved One With Dementia

It is not unusual for people to get dementia as they age. Dementia or Alzheimer's disease can be incredibly hard for family and loved ones to witness. Some people deteriorate quickly, while for others it is a slow process. The important thing is to make sure that your loved one gets the treatment and care that they need, which may consist of a memory care facility. Here are some signs that your loves one's dementia is progressing. Read More