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We founded Assisted Living Facilities inspired by the challenging experience of caring for a beloved aging family member. This free, comprehensive resource provides support, local directories and information about senior care options ot others facing similar duty.
For sixteen years our grandfather lived in his own home, cared for by his children and grandchildren. Although the family lovingly shraed the responsibility, there were many sleepless nights.
And though we never resented the time spent helping him, we were flustrated by how little we knew and how difficult it was to gather information about the care options available to us.
Taking what we learned from those years, we created a place where families could easily find useful information to alleviate their own overwhelming feelings. We wanted to help make a difficult decision easier. To educate and empower. And ultimately, to lift burdens and lighten hearts.
Depression can hit you at any time, whether you are a young person or a senior, and it doesn’t differentiate between successful and unsuccessful people. However, it doesn’t have to be a part of our life.
More and more seniors aged over 60 appearing all over the world and starting to travel so airports have started to take steps to make their commute easier and more convenient.
With seniors getting older and their bodies weakening as a result, assisted living facilities and the likes have started opting in for call in doctors and nurses instead of the regular call to the 911.
Many folks think that it's much easier to go green and start living Eco-friendly when you have your place. You seemingly have bedroom to garden, compost and an area for recyclables.
Good nutrition is one of the building blocks of a healthy and active life no matter your age. What is different with seniors though, is that as their bodies go through physical changes as they age, their diet needs to be changed accordingly as well.
In the following article, we will touch on some of the reasons why dementia patients tend to lose appetite, or otherwise have difficulties eating on their own. Additionally, we will provide some solutions that you have available when your care-receiver stops eating for any reason.