Memory Care Communities
When living at home is no longer an option for a loved one it doesn’t mean that their days at home are over - all it means is that it’s time for a different home.
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I Can Handle This On My Own
I can handle this on my own
Caregiving for a loved one with memory loss can be rewarding, but it also takes a toll on the caregiver and those around them. In fact, over 50% of family caregivers will suffer from a decline in health or possibly death due to the physical and mental strain that they go through. It is never too early to talk about care options like memory care facilities, home health and healthcare aids. Researching offerings that can help you before a crisis happens. It is just as important for you to maintain good physical and mental health as it is for your loved one.
What will happen if I don't get help?
While it is not possible to accurately predict what will happen in each individual case, memory diseases will almost certainly progress to a point where help is necessary. Memory-impairment can lead to hazardous situations like wandering off or falls and fall-related injuries. At the very least, quality of life will decline due to the person’s inability to properly care for his or herself.