If your parent has Alzheimer's, they will go through many stages. At first, they will be able to care for themselves but over time will need more and more help. Because of this, you should start now finding the best type of care for them. To help you, below are some tips to help you. Assisted Living Facility Before you put your parent in full-time care, they can start out in an assisted living facility.
When you're facing putting your loved one into a nursing home or assisted living facility, you want to make the best possible choice for your loved one. That can be difficult when you don't know much about the nursing homes in your area, or about what you should be looking for in a nursing home to begin with. It's a good idea to tour as many facilities in your area as possible to get an idea of which ones you like, but you still need to know what the signs of a good or bad nursing home are. I used to work as a kitchen assistant in long term care facilities, and I learned a lot about them during that time. I started this blog to share some of my insights into what makes a nursing home great, and how to spot problems in a facility that you're considering.