When we found out that my mom was experiencing signs of dementia, we didn't take the news lightly. We were concerned about her well-being, and I knew that she couldn't keep living on her own. To keep her safe, I decided to enroll her in a nursing home that specialized in mental health care. She was concerned about the change at first, but as soon as she moved in, she only had positive things to say about her new digs. She loved the ability to get in touch with doctors the same day, and she was even able to make a few friends along the way. This blog is all about keeping your parents safe, happy and healthy.
22 May 2020
If you can no longer physically or personally care for your elderly parent at home, you may reach out to an assisted living facility or nursing home for guidance or assistance. Before you move your loved one in a facility, you must consider a number of things first, including your parent's physical and psychological needs. Here are some things you should discuss with an assisted living facility or a nursing home about your loved one right away.