How does mental health differ when we age? Many seniors don’t talk about mental health because it wasn’t a popular topic for them growing up.
Community Activities and Your Loved One
Assisted living offers a chance for your loved one to participate in community events. These events provide a space for your loved ones to socialize and feel a sense of belonging they might otherwise miss out on while staying alone at home.
Helping Your Loved One Understand Assisted Living
One of the reasons your loved one might be resistant to assisted living is that they don’t know what to expect.
Sundowning: An Early Warning Sign of Dementia
Have you noticed that your loved one’s mood changes toward the end of the day? Sundowning, a common symptom of dementia, can cause your loved one to become restless, irritable, frustrated, and confused.
Benefits of Weekly Doctor and Mobile Dentist Appointments
Elderly individuals must receive consistent medical and dental care to ensure that they are healthy and maintain this state of health.
The Benefits of Consistency for Dementia Patients
Dementia can be complicated for your loved one, making it essential to follow a routine.
The Difference Between Assisted Living and Memory Care
Symphony of Wimberley offers assisted living and memory care, but which one does your loved one need?
What to Look For in an Assisted Living Facility
When you realize that your loved one would benefit from assisted living, you will need to find a place that is perfect for them.
Working Toward Affording Assisted Living
For many people, one of the main concerns about choosing an assisted living facility is the cost.
What End-Of-Life Care Can Do to Reverse the Decline of Your Loved One
Many people might not look to end-of-life care as an option for their elderly loved one with a terminal illness.