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Do You Worry About Your Parent Taking Their Medication?

Posted by Eskaton on Dec 9, 2016 3:00:00 AM

Did Mom take her medication today? What OTC cold medicine did Dad take with his regular prescriptions? When was the last time Mom and Dad cleaned out the medicine cabinet?

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Topics: Assisted Living

Technology That Helps Your Parent Stay Healthy

Posted by Eskaton on Nov 25, 2016 3:00:00 AM

Smart technology has become part of our daily lives. From our phones, automobiles, and even our ovens, smart technology has changed the way we live.

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Topics: Assisted Living

Keeping Your Parent Safe When You Can't Be There

Posted by Eskaton on Nov 18, 2016 3:00:00 AM

Are you often worried about your dad when you leave his home? Worried about your mom’s safety in her home all alone?

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Topics: Assisted Living

7 Questions To Ask To Compare Assisted Living Costs

Posted by Eskaton on Nov 11, 2016 4:26:00 AM

Determining what you can afford in assisted living can be difficult. Communities offer various pricing models and amenities, while the services your loved one needs will likely change over the years.

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3 Common Assisted Living Payment Models

Posted by Eskaton on Nov 4, 2016 6:48:55 AM

It is not uncommon to feel frustrated when trying to compare the costs of assisted living options and communities. The services vary based on residents’ needs; the communities vary based on the amenities provided; and payment models themselves vary, too.

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How To Pay For Assisted Living?

Posted by Eskaton on Oct 28, 2016 6:11:59 AM

Affordability is often top of mind as you research assisted living options for your parent, and understandably so.

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Topics: Assisted Living

Helping Your Parent Know When It's Time

Posted by Eskaton on Oct 19, 2016 8:04:04 AM

One of the hardest things for an adult child to go through is facing the reality that your parent needs to move out of the family home and into an assisted living community. If your mom or dad is unable to handle basic daily tasks, is in need of around-the-clock care, or if he or she has a condition like Alzheimer’s and should never be left alone for any reason, then it’s time to consider a move to an assisted living community.

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Topics: Assisted Living

Don't Wait: Does The Community You Want Have A Waitlist?

Posted by Eskaton on Oct 14, 2016 5:25:00 AM

Making the decision for your parents to move to an assisted living community is a difficult one, but it is often better for them, for you, and for their caregivers. However, don’t wait too long to find a location you like. Superior life-enriching communities are in high demand, and waiting lists are common.

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Topics: Assisted Living

A Road Map For Your Assisted Living Community Tour

Posted by Eskaton on Oct 7, 2016 5:10:07 AM

When your loved one is in need of assisted living, your first step is to find a community that is a good fit. It is vital that you take your time in choosing the right place, so allow ample time for taking a tour. Don’t rush this process, but really pay close attention to the community, staff, residents, and activities. Following these tips will be helpful when touring an assisted living community:

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When Your Parent Refuses To Tour Assisted Living Communities

Posted by Eskaton on Sep 30, 2016 8:38:04 AM

You grew up with 'mother knows best'. Now the role has reversed and you will now have to play the role of caregiver. When you begin noticing your senior parent is having difficulty living on their own, it might be time for you to suggest they move into an assisted living community, but what if they refuse?

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Topics: Information & Assistance, Assisted Living