Staying Positive When Planning a Move to Assisted Living

For some elderly men and women, making a move to assisted living might not feel like a choice. It may feel like a sour lemon.

Discover What Assisted Living Offers … with a Tour

Do you know what assisted living could offer you or somebody you care about? A lot of people have the wrong idea about assisted living.

Keeping Your Perspective Positive When Moving to Assisted Living

For some people, staying positive is a difficult thing. They see the negative in almost everything.

Three Ideas That Could Change a Loved One’s Opinion on Assisted Living

You might be meeting a wall of resistance when it comes to talking about assisted living with your elderly mother or father.

Where Most Fears About Assisted Living Truly Come From

When it comes to assisted living, there are also many fears, but again, they are often rooted in the unknown.

If Mom’s Not Adjusting to Assisted Living Yet, Evaluate What You’re Doing to Help

Adjusting to a new environment can take a long time. For some people, making the adjustment to a new living environment to take months.

How Often Should You Call or Visit an Elderly Loved One Who Recently Moved into Assisted Living?

When an aging parent or other elderly loved one moves into assisted living, you want to check on them.

Just Because You May Feel Relieved Mom’s Moving to Assisted Living Doesn’t Mean You Gave Up

Even if you have been more than willing to help wherever you can, the moment you begin taking care of an aging parent, grandparent, or somebody else you love who is of advancing years, you give up more and more of your life and time.