How to Tell If a Beloved Senior Needs Assisted Living
Deciding to move a beloved senior into assisted living can be a tough call. Nobody wants to do that, if only it was possible. But when they start having issues with activities of daily living, such as taking a bath, taking medicines on time, etc., assisted living can be a worthwhile option. And if you’re actually considering this prospect today, it may be time.
The following are some of the most obvious signs of a senior in need of assisted living care:
Does your loved one seem to have a world of their own? Elderly people who are always alone can easily slip into depression. It’s important that they have opportunities for socialization because it helps them maintain a positive mental state. This is something assisted living communities provide. In most facilities, seniors engage in social activities everyday and …