Engagement in the activities that once brought an individual joy is more important than ever when diagnosed with Dementia, Alzheimer's, and Short-term Memory Loss.
All memory care communities are very different. An in-person assessment is imperative when evaluating the best fit - secured vs. non-secured communities. Small vs. Larger Communities.
When you have a hospital or rehab stay and you hear the words from the physician or discharge planner that you or a loved one is "No longer safe to go home" or will need 24 hour care and you are given a limited amount of time (usually 24-48 hours) to find alternative living or care arrangements - Contact iPlace Seniors.
If you are no longer driving, and you or a family member are becoming more and more isolated.
Scheduled transportation services are available in communities.
Lonely? Could you benefit from being around people and have the opportunity to participate in activities and cultural offerings.
Most communities offer a full calendar of activities for mind, body, and spirit.
Is it difficult to shop, cook, and clean up after meals. Tired of eating frozen meals or eating by yourself? Not sure if your loved one is eating 3 meals a day and getting their daily intake?
Activities of Daily Living (ADL's) have become difficult:
Bathing, dressing, toileting, ambulating, and tracking of medications.
You as an individual (couple) want to be in charge of your future – not decisions family members might have to make on your behalf should a life event happen.
Safety and peace of mind. Unsteady on your feet,possible fall risk? Could you benefit from daily checks and staff available to you 24/7 all while maintaining your independence?
Let's work together to get a plan in place and avoid a crisis! Call Melissa at iPlace Seniors today! 303.906.2359 firstname.lastname@example.org