Are you struggling with common activities of daily living? Senior assisted living is a residential option for older adults who want or need help with activities. These activities include cooking meals, going to the bathroom during the night, keeping the house tidy, and traveling to appointments.
Is it surprising to learn that 70% of Americans over 64 years will need some level of long-term care? This figure looks at the care needed for the rest of these individual’s lives.
Do you have a relative who’s having more trouble with activities of daily living (ADLs)? Are you concerned about their health and safety? Do you wonder what senior assisted living care facilities offer?
Do you have an elderly loved one who needs more help with daily care? Is it becoming too difficult or unsafe for them to live alone? Many more families face these concerns every day.
Our older American population continues to increase. Experts say the elderly population will increase from 56 million to 94.7 million by 2060. Individuals over the age of 84 will increase from 6.7 million to 19 million by 2060.
You have a choice to make, and for most, one you’d hoped you’d never have to make. But when the time comes, you will have to determine whether your loved one would be better in assisted living vs nursing home care.
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Are you or a family member in need of increased help with day-to-day living? Is it becoming unsafe to live at home? An assisted living apartment may be the right choice.