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.
The transition to assisted living is a difficult change for both the elderly parent and the family. But with the right timing, communication, and preparation, the transition can be a smooth process overall. And here, we share with you some helpful tips on how to ease the transition to an assisted living community.
It is not an easy decision to consider moving your aging parents to an assisted living facility. But with proper research and clear communication, it might be the right move for you and your loved ones. And here, we share with you some helpful tips on easing the transition to assisted living: what to say to someone moving into assisted living.
There are things that you must not forget to bring for your loved one and some that you have to let go of when moving them to assisted living. Downsizing to only the important and useful items will be helpful to you and during the moving process. In this article, we will guide you on what you should bring to assisted living (and things you shouldn’t take).