The Cottages BlogValuable Information for Caregivers and Loved Ones
If you have a loved one living with a memory-related disorder who is beginning to need more help than you can provide daily, it might be time to consider moving them into memory care assisted living.
The past year has been incredibly difficult for senior citizens, especially those living with a memory-related disorder and the members of their families who care for them daily. Even though this might not seem to be the best time to move your loved one into an Alzheimer’s assisted living facility, it might be necessary to ease some of the stress you’re both feeling.
Progressive diseases like dementia and Alzheimer’s can leave aging seniors without the ability to live by themselves.
It can be hard trying to decide if you should place a loved one in assisted living. If you are the caregiver for an elderly family member, you may struggle with trying to balance their independence and safety.
When looking for an independent living community, it’s important to take a tour of the facility.