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Should You Take Over the Full-Time Care of Your Loved One?

June 19, 2019

If you have aging parents and the physical space necessary to house and care for them late in their lives, it may be tempting to offer them the ability to age in place rather than transfer to an assisted living facility. Perhaps you are concerned for their comfort and are nervous about placing them in […]

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Assessing Your Loved One’s Situation

December 4, 2018

As your parents and other loved ones get older, their capabilities in handling daily self-care will change. If you start to notice a decline, feeling concern for your loved ones is perfectly natural. Here are a few things that you should assess to determine whether or not they would benefit from assistive care. Are They […]

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Differences Between Assisted Living and Nursing Homes

October 18, 2018

As we get older, our needs change from day to day. Sometimes we need help remembering our medication or with laundry. Sometimes we need a little help with meals and staying active. It’s simply part of getting older. There are many seniors who think of assisted living homes and nursing homes as the same thing. […]

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Ask These 3 Questions When Interviewing an Assisted Living Facility

December 21, 2016

Finding an assisted living facility that meets your loved one’s needs can be a stressful process. It’s important when finding an assisted living facility you come prepared with questions that will help you find the right fit for your loved one. Ask these 3 questions when interviewing an assisted living facility. What activities happen year-round? […]

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What is Palliative Care and who needs it?

July 15, 2016

Palliative care, sometimes refereed to as hospice, is specialized medical care for people who suffer from serious illness. It is focused mainly on providing the patient with relief from the symptoms and stress of their illness and thereby improving their remaining quality of life. Doctors tend to recommend palliative care for those who suffer chronic, […]

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5 Signs Your Loved One Needs Assisted Care

April 15, 2016

There are many ways a family may arrive at a decision to seek assisted care for their loved one. Sometimes it happens when the person starts to struggle with everyday tasks. Other times, the family realizes that even having a caregiver is not enough, and their loved one would be more comfortable in a dedicated […]

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What is Included in Assisted Living Care?

March 14, 2016

As you are looking for senior care solutions for yourself or your loved one, you’ve probably come such terms as residential care homes, adult group homes or sheltered housing. But in essence, all of them refer to the same type of service—assisted living. Assisted living is very different from a nursing home and provides different […]

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What Are Residential Care Homes?

December 16, 2015

If you have been researching Maryland senior care facilities for your loved one or for yourself, you probably came across many different terms used to describe these establishments. There are nursing homes, assisted living facilities, independent living communities and many others. But today we’d like to talk about residential care homes. What are they? What […]

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