On the Senior Living Solutions blog, we’ll offer advice, consult, and education to help you and your family navigate these changing times in your loved one’s life.
Facing the reality that your parents are getting older is challenging for many adult children. They often have to navigate the thin line between respecting their parents’ privacy and intervening before it’s too late. If you are an adult child concerned about your aging parents, here are five obvious signs that they need more help.
The holidays are supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year, but 2020 has undoubtedly thrown us all for a loop. As COVID cases continue to spike, many families with aging relatives wonder how to manage the holiday season. According to the Centers for Disease...
The care provided through hospice or palliative care has great overlap. Because of this, it’s easy to confuse what each option can or cannot provide. In order to clarify, here are the major differences between hospice and palliative care.
October is National Long-Term Care Planning Month. This month, older adults are encouraged to think through a plan to help meet the costs of long-term care. It’s also a great month to sit down with your aging parents and discuss their wishes. If you don’t know where to start, here are four important conversations to have with them before it’s too late.
As adult children finally leave the nest, many older adults face the decision of what’s next. Do they stay in their large home that holds family memories, or do they downsize to accommodate their new life stage? Maintaining a large home with a larger yard can be a...