If your aging family member struggles with everyday tasks, medication management, or mobility, it’s time to reevaluate their living situation. An assisted living facility can provide help with activities of daily living (ADL), such as dressing, personal hygiene, and eating, while also offering opportunities for socialization, assistance with housekeeping, and other benefits.
Moving a parent with dementia to a memory care facility can be a daunting and emotionally charged experience for everyone involved. However, transitioning to memory care can also be an opportunity to provide your parent with the specialized care they need and help them live life better. If you’ve decided that memory care is right for your loved one’s needs, use these tips to make the process of transitioning to memory care as smooth as possible.
How to Choose the Right Short-Term Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Facility After a Hospital Stay
Learn about your choices in post-hospital care, and determine what is necessary for you or a loved one to truly recover before going home.