When you take an assisted living tour, these small details can help you to better understand if the facility is right for your loved one.
While the decision often inspires some unpleasant emotions, there are many reasons not to feel guilty when choosing assisted living for your loved one.
An assisted living residence is an excellent choice for many vibrant, active, and socially engaged seniors who are looking for a better quality of life.
If you are a non-medical caregiver in charge of watching over a sick friend or family member, you may wish to learn more about hospice and palliative care.
The first week of a new year can offer the chance to help your elderly loved one to imagine a few practical resolutions that reflect their hopes for 2023.
In addition to other concerns, families often wonder about assisted living safety - will their loved one be ok living away from home?
New Year's Day is a popular time to commit to rethinking your life through resolutions; this doesn't change just because you are older.
Whether they celebrate Christmas or another holiday during this time of year, your loved one in an assisted living residence wants to celebrate just like everyone else.
If you feel it may be time to speak with your loved ones regarding the assisted living decision, these tips should help you to speak lovingly and clearly with your family.
If you have a parent or family member who lives at an adult residence or an assisted living community, bring them home for Thanksgiving dinner this year.