As your parent or loved one begins to progress in age, it may be time for them to go through the senior care spectrum. While assisted living communities offer great services and amenities, they may not be equipped to handle the growing needs of your loved one. Here’s how to tell if your loved one should transition from assisted living into memory care.
Spotting the symptoms of memory loss early on can be key in your loved one’s transition from assisted living into a memory care community. While these symptoms may be difficult to identify initially, once realized, they can become glaringly obvious. Take a look at a few of the most common signs of memory loss to determine if you see them with your loved one:
If you’ve noticed one or many of these symptoms within your parent or loved one, it may be time to transition him or her into a memory care community. Memory care communities include all of the services and amenities your loved one currently receives in assisted living, with the addition of new services catered toward their growing needs. Benefits of memory care include, but are not limited to:
While it may be a difficult decision, transitioning your senior into memory care may become necessary. If you believe it may be time to make the transition, contact Independence Village. Our community specialists would be more than happy to assess your parent’s needs and determine which level of care is ideal. Schedule an appointment to your nearest community or give us a call at 1-844-40-ENJOY for more information.