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Moving your loved one to memory care assisted living gives them 24/7 care and support. These facilities provide social interactions and specialized, continuing care. They also offer programs and ongoing support, with scheduled activities created for those with memory...
Many families in Texas may choose to move their loved ones who have memory disorders to assisted living residences when they are no longer able to provide the care they need as their disease progresses. The Cottages provide a warm, caring environment to their...
Planning for assisted living costs means knowing in advance the costs associated with long-term care and how the family will manage to cover them when the time comes. It's good to sit down with your loved one to discuss the finances, needs, and preferences in advance...
The cost of assisted living can be quite intimidating, but there are ways to reduce the cost burden for your family.
Struggling with dementia can be tough for the individual but dealing with memory loss and dementia is also hard on loved ones. Fortunately, assisted living facilities can help make this stressful situation a little easier for everyone.
If your loved one or family member has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or dementia-related disorders, you may find yourself asking if it is time to move them into a memory assisted living facility. Those suffering from memory loss or dementia need specialized care and getting that care for them is usually much easier if they are living in an assisted living facility.
If you are currently experiencing these feelings, these tips can help you in your caregiving role and to cope with the challenges that come at each stage.
If you haven’t done so already, try to consolidate and organize your loved one’s medical information. Paperwork, prescriptions, allergies, appointments, multiple doctors, insurance communication — it can become overwhelming if you don’t find a way to organize it all.
If your loved one is suffering from a memory-related disorder, you may want to consider a facility that offers Alzheimer’s care in Round Rock. Here are three ways these facilities may be able to help.
As we age, it becomes more and more difficult to complete the daily activities that were once so easy. This is especially true for those living with memory loss disorders, such as Alzheimer’s and dementia.