How do I help them know if they need help?
Assessments are particularly helpful to families who are
confronted with making choices and selecting services for a loved
one or planning for future needs.
An assessment can lead to solving problems and allowing a parent
to remain independent longer. It can result in fewer accidents and
illnesses, a longer life, and a higher quality of life. It's not always
easy to recognize when an older loved one needs help.
How do you tell your elderly mom that
you're worried about her living alone?
Where do your folks want to live when
they can no longer live alone at home?
How do you talk to dad about his
When Grandma's memory worsens,
how do you ask if she sometimes
leaves the stove on?