Making Choices for Aging Parents

August 12, 2016

 

As our parents get older, it can sometimes feel overwhelming to start the process of helping them make the best decisions for themselves. They’ve taken care of us our whole lives, and eventually, it becomes our turn to take care of them, and ensure they not only have everything they need, but are safe, and comfortable. While some solutions for care can involve ‘assisted living’ homes, we tend to think most people are happier and more comfortable in their own homes.

 

When kept in familiar surroundings, people tend to thrive better than they would if they are brought somewhere else specifically with the idea of ‘help’ in mind. Most senior citizens want to remain as independent as possible, and the best place to do that is in their own homes. However, it’s not always as easy, or as safe for them to do everything they may be used to doing on their home.

 

Taking the pressure off of them, and ensuring they’re in good hands is an important decision to make, which is why we take pride in forming relationships with our services. From light house care and daily activities, to health care management, physical activity, and socialization, it’s our pleasure to make sure the quality of life your parent(s) is used to changes as little as possible. If anything, we hope it can be enhanced! We even offer specialized care for those in need, so you don’t have to worry about making addition decisions.

 

When it comes to making the right choices for the ones you love as they enter the next phase of life, keep their comfort and care in mind - we’re here to help.

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"Patricia King, Owner of For the One You Love, has worked with my mother on a two to three times a week basis for well over one year now.  My mother lives at Hilltop House due to her inability to cope on her own at home.  She has been diagnosed with vascular dementia.  I am her daughter and live far away so I can not be there very often for my mother."

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