Stairs are one reason a senior may need to move to San Diego assisted living
Families need support and assisted living resources when making difficult care decisions. And one of the most important decisions a senior and their family will make is where that senior will live for their remaining years. I’m a professional eldercare adviser, AND my family just helped my parents move to assisted living. It would be my pleasure to help you. San Diego County is where I’ve been helping families for over 10 years. If you’re
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There are a lot of reasons families hesitate moving their elder loved one to assisted living, or an elderly person resists this change. Some of the reasons for this hesitation are valid, but many times the perception seniors and families have about assisted living are not completely accurate. Here are some common misconceptions.  1. Assisted living is not affordable. Yes, in San Diego County the cost of senior living is high compared to many cities in
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My mother-in-law, Bonnie Marquis, passed away on April 5, 2017. She was 90 years old and had been married to my father-in-law, Jack, for 68 years. She passed in the way we all hope to leave this earth, in her sleep while napping. Now Jack is left alone. He has dementia and needs someone with him 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We knew keeping Jack in his home would be difficult to
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When I started my Elder Answers business, both my parents and my parents-in-law were together, living in their own homes without assistance. Two and a half years later, many things have changed. I always thought my experience with assisted living and home care would make getting the help we needed for my parents and my in-laws easier, and it definitely has to a certain extent. But what I’ve also learned is, as with all things,
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6 Social Benefits of Assisted Living for Seniors
If your elderly loved one has been living at home alone for some time, you might worry that moving him or her to an assisted living community in San Diego will be too difficult of a transition. You may worry that your loved one will not adjust, or feel they have been abandoned. But for the majority of seniors, assisted living gives them greater social opportunities that have the potential to improve their quality of
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