As the world changes, the way you care for your loved ones has changed as well. Many families now opt for 24-hour live-in care services to provide their loved ones with quality care around the clock. This service is especially useful for persons who require constant attention or have medical conditions that require close monitoring. Here are some of the benefits of 24-hour live-in care services and why they might be a good option for you and your loved ones.
13 November 2023
Do you have a loved one, like a spouse or a parent, struggling with Alzheimer's or another type of dementia? Is it time for them to move into a memory care facility? Moving a loved one into a memory facility is always challenging. You and your other family members will likely feel great sadness. Your loved one may be confused by the move and feel significant anxiety. While the move may be difficult, it's usually in the best interest of the person with dementia to live in a facility with skilled and experienced caretakers.
17 July 2023
As your parents age, they may need more help with day-to-day tasks. An assisted living community can provide the care and support your parents need while allowing them to maintain their independence. However, not all assisted living communities are created equal, and choosing one that meets your parents' unique needs is essential. Here are some things to consider when helping your parents choose an assisted living center. 1. Location: The location of an assisted living community is vital for both practical and personal reasons.
29 March 2023
Trying to decide the best course of action for caring for an elderly loved one can be emotionally stressful. In most cases, the whole family will get involved and have their own opinions as to what should be done. Before meeting with everyone, take some time to consider the options. Can your loved one be safe at home with a caregiver? Do they require special medical treatments? How would they, and you, benefit from being in an elderly living community?
10 January 2023
When a loved one is diagnosed with dementia, it can be a very difficult and confusing time. You want to do what's best for them, but you may not be sure what that is. Should they stay at home? Should you move them into your home? Or is a dementia care center the best option? While there are many different types of care facilities, the best one would be one specializing in care for those suffering from this debilitating disease.
20 October 2022
Assisted living centers provide a healthy balance between community and independent living. While most assisted living facilities provide meals, entertainment, and more for their residents, you can still take small steps to brighten the day of your loved one. Monthly care packages, for example, are an inexpensive way to have a sizeable effect on your loved one's quality of life. Consider the following items to really make a care package feel special.
18 August 2022
Taking care of your loved one who has Alzheimer's is an all-encompassing and undeniably challenging role to have. It can easily cause stress and lead to feelings of resentment for the caregiver. If you are the primary caregiver for a loved one who has Alzheimer's, it's important that you take care of yourself first, so you can take care of your loved one. Do not take on the duties all by yourself.
8 April 2022