Caregivers Share Their Experiences and Insights To Help Other Caregivers
The 10 Most Important Things People With Dementia Wish Their Caregivers Knew

Transitioning Care from Home to Memory Care Takes Thoughtful Organization

GrandmotherWifeCreditdamir-bosnjak-366766-unsplash (1)

Photo credit Damir Bosnjak

Dear Carol: My 93-year-old mother lives alone with significant help from my youngest sister and me but her worsening cognitive ability is dictating changes. We found an assisted living facility (ALF) with memory care near our brother’s home, which is one county over, yet it’s still near enough for us all to visit often. What we need to know is how to transition Mom’s care both for her practical services as well as her emotional health. – GHD

Read the full column on Inforum for tips about making the transition from home to memory care:

MedicareFAQ – Medicare Resource Center

Support a caregiver or jump-start discussion in support groups with real stories - for bulk orders of Minding Our Elders e-mail Carol  

Comments

Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

The comments to this entry are closed.