According to America’s Health Rankings, about 16.5% of the United States population is above 65. Over 54 million older adults live in the United States. Senior citizens are more vulnerable to developing chronic health conditions, impacting their overall physical health and mental wellbeing. Chronic conditions can deteriorate the quality of life for senior citizens, particularly… Continue reading When Is It Time for Assisted Living?
Assisted living facilities provide housing, personal care services, supervision, and heart-related support to seniors suffering from chronic health conditions like dementia, disability, arthritis, diabetes, cancer, or heart diseases. Most families don’t have buy schedules and can’t spend quality time with their elderly loved ones. As a result, the senior member of the family above 60… Continue reading Signs a Senior Needs Help at Home
Assisted living offers various benefits to senior citizens, including personalized care, support with activities of daily living (ADL), fall/accident prevention, autonomy, comfort, social engagement, and peace of mind. According to the National Center for Assisted Living (NCAL), the U.S has over 28,000 assisted living communities that provide services to over 800,000 older adults with chronic… Continue reading How is Most Assisted Living Care Usually Paid for?