If you are a senior who is still active and relatively healthy, you may still wonder if there are better options for your living arrangements, especially if you live alone. If so, consider the following benefits of moving into an assisted care facility even if you do not need direct medical care or assistance with your activities of daily living. 1. Maintain Your Independence While Having Access to Assistance Especially when you live alone and enjoy an active life, you want to maintain your independence so that you can still get out and live your life to the fullest.
14 October 2019
If you have an aging loved one that you are worried about, and that you have considered placing in an assisted living facility, you might wonder if you would be making the right decision. This can be a hard thing for some people to come to terms with, usually because they are not familiar with all of the benefits that can come from moving their loved one into an assisted living community.
29 August 2019
A growing number of working age adults are finding themselves saddled with the additional responsibility of acting as a caregiver for one or both aging parents. Sometimes referred to as being a multi-generational caregiver, as many as 12 percent of families with children under the age of 18 fall into this category by providing care for an older adult family member, most usually a parent. This type of caregiver situation is particularly stressful because it requires them to fit in the responsibilities around an already crowded schedule of paid work and caring for their own home and family.
12 June 2019
Are you getting ready to retire and live a less stressful life? If so, and you are at an age where you need a bit more care than usual, you may want to consider living in a retirement community. If you think this type of living is akin to assisted living or a nursing home, you'll be surprised to learn that this type of lifestyle is actually very active and beneficial.
6 March 2019