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Assisted Living Becomes A Top Option With New Technology And Respite Care Advances
Assisted Living Becomes a Top Option with New Technology and Respite Care Advances
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Assisted Living Becomes a Top Option with New Technology and Respite Care Advances

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One thing that many people immediately think about when they hear the term ‘assisted living’ is a permanent, end-of-life care option for aging men and women. In reality, assisted living is first and foremost about living life to the fullest, with help (assistance).

It’s easy to miss some important information about assisted living, though. One notable example is the fact that most people are not aware of the respite care options some quality assisted living facilities offer elderly men and women.

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Starting The New Year Off On The Right Assisted Living Foot
Starting the New Year Off on the Right Assisted Living Foot
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Starting the New Year Off on the Right Assisted Living Foot

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It’s the end of the year. That means people are making New Year’s Resolutions, planning on starting the year off on the right foot, taking positive changes in their life, and thinking about the future. For some older seniors, thinking about the future means determining the right type of elder care. There are numerous senior care options out there, but few that can match the benefits that a quality assisted living facility can offer. However, too many people have misconceptions about what assisted living is, what it can offer, and the vast benefits it may provide.

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Senior Care With Assisted Living Support After Surgery Or Hospital Stay
Senior Care with Assisted Living Support after Surgery or Hospital Stay
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Senior Care with Assisted Living Support after Surgery or Hospital Stay

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John’s mother was hospitalized following a stroke. While her prognosis was relatively good, recovery was going to take time. John had a career and a family to provide for, so he wasn’t able to be there for her as much as she needed. While she was still in the hospital, with her primary doctor advising her to have the right care and support ready when she was discharged, they didn’t know that assisted living for senior care would be an option.

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Caregiver: Ways To Help Mom Transition To Assisted Living More Comfortably
Caregiver: Ways to Help Mom Transition to Assisted Living More Comfortably
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Caregiver: Ways to Help Mom Transition to Assisted Living More Comfortably

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Making any major life change can be tough. There’s no easy way around that simple fact. When you’re advancing in years and have decided that assisted living would be the best caregiver choice to make, that doesn’t mean the move will be easy.

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Elder Care: How To Measure Expectations Versus Reality When Discussing Assisted Living
Elder Care: How to Measure Expectations Versus Reality When Discussing Assisted Living
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Elder Care: How to Measure Expectations Versus Reality When Discussing Assisted Living

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Everyone has expectations regarding just about everything. Whether it’s expectations about a job, marriage, school, entering your 50’s or 60’s or 70’s, or what have you, a person’s expectations are often shaped by what they read about or have experienced in the past. When it comes to assisted living for elder care, it is a difficult topic for many people to bring up with aging parents, grandparents, and other loved ones. Most of it has to do with assumptions and expectations.

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Elderly Care: Mom’s Concerned About Giving Up Her Park Visits At Assisted Living
Elderly Care: Mom’s Concerned About Giving up Her Park Visits at Assisted Living
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Elderly Care: Mom’s Concerned About Giving up Her Park Visits at Assisted Living

Elderly Care Greenville SC-Your mother may not depend on support from you or anyone else just yet, but you believe assisted living would be the best elderly care option for her at this stage in her life.
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It’s Never Too Late To Consider Assisted Living
It’s Never Too Late to Consider Assisted Living
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It’s Never Too Late to Consider Assisted Living

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How many times have you changed your mind about something? What about something considered quite important? Most of us will admit we aren’t entrenched in our opinions about everything. In fact, when you learn something new, it can completely alter your perspective… and your views. One of those topics could involve assisted living.

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What Is There For Seniors To Do At Assisted Living?
What Is There for Seniors to Do at Assisted Living?
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What Is There for Seniors to Do at Assisted Living?

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Understanding what you might expect when moving to a new place is important. Whether it’s a child going off to summer camp for the first time, a teenager heading off to college, or a middle-aged person moving to a new city for a job opportunity, the unknown can be unsettling, to say the least. That is also the case for seniors who plan to move to assisted living for the first time.

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Talking About Housing Solutions For Seniors
Talking About Housing Solutions for Seniors
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Talking About Housing Solutions for Seniors

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Excuses are easy to make. Almost every one of us will make plenty of excuses to avoid doing things we don’t really want to do, or to avoid situations we don’t find comfortable. Or agreeable. Just because you’ll elderly doesn’t change that. Some seniors make excuses for a wide range of reasons, including to avoid talking about things they just don’t want to discuss (at least at that time). One of those topics some elders might not wish to discuss could be assisted living for their senior care.

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