The Cottages BlogValuable Information for Caregivers and Loved Ones
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.
For many people, darkness can trigger negative emotions. The late afternoon and early evening hours can trigger something known as “sundown syndrome,” which is an increased amount of memory loss, anger and confusion that mainly affects those with Alzheimer’s and...
Whether residents just need help with laundry and cleaning or help with all aspects of daily living, our compassionate staff is highly trained to provide care for our residents. Here are some ways that our team helps residents at our dementia assisted living facility.
If you have a loved one living with Alzheimer’s or dementia, you might be wondering about the benefits of facilities that provide assisted living. Below are just a few benefits of dementia assisted living.