With many types of senior care available the services they offer can be confusing. Assisted living homes may have memory care units, but there are differences between these and memory care homes.
Many caregivers for those with dementia do not realize that the more their loved one’s dementia progresses, the more their physical health will decline. Familiarizing yourself with what to expect can help you prepare for the future.
It may be time to find a memory care facility for your loved one if you have concerns about any of the signs in this article.
For those with cognitive issues who are unable to live at home, there are personal care homes and senior living facilities that specialize in caring for residents with Alzheimer’s and dementia.
Dementia robs an individual of their personality and dramatically alters the relationships of those around them—spouses, children, and grandchildren.
These questions are often asked about Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. If you suspect your loved one has cognitive issues, seek professional help and a diagnosis.