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Signs Your Parent Needs Care

February 5, 2022

From the Algis Living website

One of the more difficult decisions one can make as an adult is figuring out whether a parent should move into an assisted living or memory care community. Ideally, your parent would spend their later years in the comfort of their own home, but this isn’t always possible. In fact, seniors are often healthier and happier in assisted living, where they can get personalized care and remain active and social with other people their age. And for residents with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, it may be a great benefit to their cognitive function to have them under the care of experienced, compassionate caregivers like those at Aegis Living.

When your parent gets older, and their independence becomes limited, it’s important to pay attention. Adult children may tend to overlook the signs of mental and physical decline. After all, everyone wants their parent to be independent for as long as possible, and the signs can be hidden. Keep an eye out for these indications that your parent may need assistance or long-term care:

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