The ultimate goal is to get your time back and gain peace of mind.
Depending on the circumstance, you may seek a specific type of care to effectively meet your loved one(s)’ needs. However, if your loved one(s) can no longer stay in their house alone or they have no help around, you might want to consider moving them to an Assisted Living Community.
The benefit of an Assisted Living Community is to help you reclaim your precious time that you could’ve spent with your loved one(s). Ultimately you can once again be the daughter or son that you enjoy being and doing things that are more fulfilling.
An Assisted Living Community offers room and board, around the clock care seven(7) days a week, the assistance of activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, eating, transferring, toileting, and continence. Most communities offer socialization programs to enhance residents’ mental health.