For many people, one of the main concerns about choosing an assisted living facility is the cost.
Many people might not look to end-of-life care as an option for their elderly loved one with a terminal illness.
It can be hard to see your loved one deal with their Alzheimer’s symptoms and even harder for someone in the early stages.
If you’re choosing an assisted living facility for your older loved one, there may be various factors you are considering.
You might have noticed changes in your loved one as they get older, but at what point should you consider assisted care?
Deciding to put your loved one in assisted living isn’t easy.
Scientists are currently studying the causes of dementia, and some findings say that hydration might be an important factor.
If you’re considering end-of-life care for your loved one, or you’re not sure if it’s right for you, some things might help you understand what end-of-life care is and how it can help.
AL Facility ID-110460, MC Facility ID-110423
License Numbers: ALF-308099, MC-308032
501 FM 3237
Wimberley, TX 78676
Phone: (512) 243-5852
Fax: (512) 261-3893