Perhaps there will come a time when your elderly loved one care needs will grow past what assisted living can do. And when that happens, maybe he/she will be needing specialized care instead. Keep on reading to learn about what you should do when assisted living is no longer enough for your older loved one.
Some assisted living facilities will allow seniors to keep their driving privileges while some don’t. If your loved one is not ready to give up his/her car, then you should look into facilities that will accommodate his/her request. Read further to find the answer to the question, “Can you have a car in assisted living?”
If your parent has dementia and you are struggling to keep them safe at home, then you might want to consider assisted living. And in the assisted living facility of your choice, make sure that your parents will be treated with care and compassion. Read on, as we help you figure out how do you move a parent with dementia to assisted living.
Most assisted living facilities do not allow pets, but there are still some that do. Since animal companionship has numerous benefits to your loved one, you might want to look into the facilities that allow them. Keep reading to learn more about what to do when assisted living facilities accept pets and its pros and cons.