Because a dementia patient has specific needs and may get confused, being prepared and flexible is the best way to have a great day trip.
People frequently ask us, “How can you approach a loved one to talk to them about an assisted living facility?”
Typical insurance policies often do not cover the costs of a nursing home or assisted living. Long term care insurance provides another option.
A senior citizen may experience stress and anxiety, especially if they are in early stages of dementia. Here are 5 ways to help them to manage stress.
When choosing an assisted living facility, there are three things we want you to look for – environment, comfort and safety.
A frequently asked assisted living facility question is "What Other Services Are Available to Assisted With Activities of Daily Living?"
One of the decisions family members face is the type of residence most appropriate for the well being of a loved one - assisted living or nursing home?
One of the best ways to help a loved one to combat dementia is to involve them in engaging activities that stimulate interaction.
If you need to see a doctor, we have doctors and therapists that will come to the facility. We can also arrange for safe transportation to your doctor.
Emergency preparedness is especially important for seniors who may be physically hindered or have other obstacles to being safe in a disaster situation.