Keeping My Mom Safe, Happy, and Healthy
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Keeping My Mom Safe, Happy, and Healthy

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.

Keeping My Mom Safe, Happy, and Healthy

  • How Assisted Living Can Help You Take Care of Your Parents

    22 August 2023

    As your parents age, their needs and abilities change. Often, it falls upon adult children to step in and provide care. However, balancing the demands of work, family, and caregiving can be challenging. This is where assisted living comes into play. It provides a solution that enables you to care for your aging parents while ensuring they preserve their independence and enjoy a high quality of life. Here's how. 1. Professional Care

  • How To Improve Your Aging Loved One's Quality Of Life

    13 April 2023

    When you have a loved one who can no longer take care of themselves, then you have to consider how you can help them. Often, people feel the best course of action is to put an aging loved one or an ill loved one into a nursing home or assisted living facility. However, if you want to improve the quality of life for a loved one you care about but you are unable to provide the service in care yourself, then you can consider senior home care services.

  • How Assisted Living Facilities Benefit CVA Patients

    23 January 2023

    Stroke patients often have specific needs that make living alone risky. A stroke is also called a cerebrovascular accident (CVA), and the neurological effects of a CVA can range from mild one-sided weakness to blindness and paralysis. If you have suffered a CVA and can longer live by yourself, consider the following benefits assisted living facilities can provide to help ensure your safety and peace of mind. Preventive Skin Care Interventions