Make Your Choice With Confidence And Convenience
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.
Over-prescription of antibiotics isn’t even the only problem that seniors need to watch out for either. Antibiotics also bring some highly serious risks for seniors, which include nerve damage, tendon problems, and mental health issues as well.
When seniors undergo joint replacement surgery, one of the questions that inevitably gets asked is: “What is the best place for recovery?” The option that patients with hip or knee replacement surgery have recently started to choose is at home – where their friends and family would be able to provide help and support.
A good number of seniors still enjoy learning about the news and many of them are very opinionated when it comes to the many things happening in their local community or the world.
After you’re done reading this article, you will have a better grasp of what assisted living represents, which services you can expect to find in assisted living communities, which of those are useful for your needs, and what to pay attention for when looking for an assisted living community.
Dementia is a progressive disease with good days and bad days, but you can still have fun and build memories with your senior. Here are a few ways to connect with your senior with dementia.