Living Alone

In this modern era, many families do not live close to their aging parents, so it can be difficult to determine when it’s time to either move a parent to an assisted living facility, to have one of the “kids” move in with them or to transfer them into your own home..

Oftentimes, elders aren’t particularly forthcoming with problems they may be experiencing in their home, such as falls, difficulty remembering, financial troubles, and so forth because they know this could mean a loss of freedom for them. Spouses tend to protect each other and will fib about complications for the same reason. Because of this, it’s important to make a physical visit to the home or to hire a geriatric care manager to make one for you.

Here are some things to look for when you make that visit from Senior Health Weekly.

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