Assisted Living & Memory Support Residences
Central Denver, E. 8th Ave. at Jersey St.
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The obligation to care for an elderly parent can be consuming in many ways and you may experience sadness and pessimism. However, you can still see the positive side every day and such an experience should also make you think seriously about your own retirement, and maybe make you do more than your parents did in this respect.
Here is what you can do for your elderly parents:
Independent living facilities
If your parents can still take care of themselves and are able to do most things on their own, relocating them to an independent assisted living Denver facility is a great solution. These facilities have very good residential settings designed for making elderly people’s lives easier.
Consider professional help
If care needs are extensive and challenging, consider hiring a caretaker and coordination services. Check local agencies and health-care networks providing geriatric support; they can help you create a care plan, and identify ways to reduce the costs and effort.
Keeping your parents in their house vs. moving them into a nursing home
Although most people want to age in their own home, surrounded by dear memories, this may be challenging and impossible in some cases. Moving mom and dad from their home into a nursing home may be trying, but sometimes it is the only solution and you must be prepared for this, if the time comes.