4 Benefits Of Living In A Senior Apartment

Posted on: 29 December 2016

The key to being able to live independently as you get older will rest in choosing the right place to call home. It's ideal to live in a community with others that can be of assistance to you if necessary and you can return the favor. One way to do so is to consider living in a senior apartment in your later years. By being aware of some of the benefits of doing so, this can enable you to make this decision.
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The Nursing Home Reform Act: What Residents And Their Loved Ones Should Know

Posted on: 20 July 2016

Deciding whether an elderly parent needs to live in a nursing home is never an easy one for anyone, but it can be especially difficult if you're not sure about the rights that your parent would have within a nursing care situation. Luckily, nursing home patients have many rights. Here is what you need to know about the Nursing Home Reform Act and how it can help in home service residents today.
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Questions To Ask A Facility Before Placing Your Elderly Dad In Their Care

Posted on: 12 July 2016

As your parent ages, more responsibility falls on you, as the child, to make sure that all of his needs are met. Transitioning from his home to an independent living facility or nursing home can be challenging. You'll want to make sure that it's the right move for him, and that he'll adjust well as time goes on. Here are some questions that you may want to ask before you sign him up for care.
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How To Keep A Loved One With Alzheimer's Disease Safe In Your Home

Posted on: 25 April 2016

If you live with a loved one with dementia and Alzheimer's Disease there are many things you can do to safeguard and care for them in your home. Many times a person with Alzheimer's can no longer recognize common household objects or hazardous situations. With a little forethought and organization, you can make your home a safe refuge for your loved one so they do not become disoriented or anxious. Here are a few adjustments that you can make to your home to keep your loved one safe and comfortable: 
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