Navigating the Maze of Senior Housing Options – Timing It Right
Written by Admin | September 11, 2018 | In The News
Is home maintenance becoming more of a chore than you want? Perhaps you are you in need of additional support to care for your health? These are two of many questions to consider when deciding if living on your own or moving to a senior living community is the right choice for you.
Moving can be difficult for anyone. Older adults who have lived in their home for many years may hesitate about moving to a senior living community. In many cases, moving doesn’t mean you are giving up your freedom; it could mean convenience, more support, safety and new social opportunities.
One particular health issue can certainly influence the need to move. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), it’s common for people over the age of 45 to begin experiencing signs of Subjective Cognitive Decline (SCD). These signs may include:
- Inability to complete household chores.
- Memory loss.
- Inability to perform day-to-day activities.
- Falls or accidents.
Whether memory issues or frail health are involved, or it’s a desire to simplify life, a senior living community may be right for you! Complete the form below and receive our free worksheet that will help you determine if you’re ready to move.