Caregiver Resources You Need to Know About
About a quarter of US adults were providing unpaid care to loved ones in 2009, according to the CDC. That number is only expected to grow as more and more of the US 65+ population continues to climb.
6 Tips for Moving Parents into Assisted Living
If your loved one is in the process of making a lifestyle change, and in search of care solutions – you know just how emotional this life transition can be for the whole family.
Assisted Living for Couples — Everything You Need to Know
As we age, our individual needs change, which can make meeting senior care needs difficult for older couples who require different levels of care. Different needs doesn't have to mean living apart, however; many senior living communities gladly welcome elderly couples with different care needs.
Reasons Why Seniors Choose Assisted Living
The number of Americans ages 65 and older projected to more than double to 98 million by 2060, which means most of these individuals will be looking for a new home where they can age comfortably.
All About Sundown Syndrome – Symptoms, Causes & Treatments
Caregivers and family members of people living with dementia may notice that their loved one acts differently later in the day. When the sun goes down and someone you love experiences intense mood swings, disorientation, and unusual aggression, it may be a sign of sundown syndrome.