Independence is incredibly important for many seniors. In-home eldercare allows seniors to continue to live at home and still get the assistance they need. Learn more in this infographic from a senior care company in southern California.
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Long-Term Care #infographic A Comparison of Assisted Living vs Nursing Homes. But Don't write off independent living at home, because it can be a lot cheaper, and AARP says some 90% of seniors want to age-in-place in the familiar surroundings of their own home. At mhealthtalk.com, I write about various solutions for independent living, and many of the topics apply to assisted living as well.
It’s best to start the conversation about in-home senior care with your loved one early. This forethought is vital during the early stages of diseases like Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s. For tips on having this important conversation, take a look at this infographic.
Considering the demonstrated risks and the increasing prevalence of this issue, it’s certainly worth addressing how we can promote social integration at the larger social level, among our older loved ones, and even ourselves – for it has been shown that family caregivers are themselves at a high risk of social isolation.