Advice & Resources for Caregivers
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The various types of senior care options available can be overwhelming and exhausting. This can cause serious anxiety for you, your loved ones, and family members while searching for the best senior living option. Sadly, most people avoid exploring long-term care options until they are in the midst of a crisis. Waiting until you are forced to make a decision makes the process far more stressful than necessary. It can also limit your ability to decide where you live post-retirement.
The more information you gather about the various senior care options available, the more equipped you will be to make a decision that leads to a positive outcome for all. While you are navigating this journey don’t be hesitant to reach out to senior living organizations and their staff to gain more information – they are the experts in their field.
Here are a few articles that we hope you find valuable while navigating this tough road. If you or your loved one has any questions, please feel free to reach out to us directly. Just remember, you are not alone on this journey and we are here to help.
- Loneliness twice as unhealthy as obesity for older people, study finds
- Aging: What’s Art Got To Do With It?
- Healthy Eating for Older Adults
- Senior Exercise and Fitness Tips – No Matter Your Age, It’s Never Too Late to Get Started
- Music’s Effects on Cognitive Function of the Elderly – “Where there is life there is music. Where there is music, there is life.”
- Pet Therapy Provides Far-reaching Health Benefits For Older Adults – Between encouraging exercise and soothing lonely hearts, pet adoption can help bring better health to their senior owners.
- Helping Aging Parents Who Don’t Want Help
- 5 ways to pay for assisted living costs
- 25 tips for visiting a person with Alzheimer’s
We know that getting the help you need for healthy aging can sometimes feel like a challenge. For most families, it’s a big relief to realize that your Mom or Dad or friend is finally going to get the proper care they deserve while remaining active and well-socialized. Here are some links that provide valuable information on aging and senior care.