Although your parents have been able to live independently throughout their
entire lives, it can be challenging for them to concede to senior care.
If they require assistance with their daily activities or health care
you are not able to provide, an
assisted living facility can provide the monitoring and support they need around the clock. If
you’re not sure if it’s the right time to make the transition,
our Hampton elder care living center experts understands the signs which
indicate the need for senior care.
The following are five signs your parent needs assisted living care:
- Mild cognitive impairment, such as confusion or poor judgement, can have
severe consequences if left untreated. If they’re seen wandering
around for no apparent reason, this is typically a sin of dementia or
- Mobility issues if they are prone to falling or require a wheelchair. If
they’re having a difficult time getting around their home, then
it may be time to visit potential assisted living centers.
- When heath care needs increase beyond a caregiver’s abilities.
- Any evidence of household neglect, such as a dirty home, spoiled food or
- Demonstrating indications of loneliness or depression including rarely
leaving home, avoiding friends or losing interest in hobbies.
For more information,
contact our Hampton elder care living center today.