The decision to place a loved one in the care of another is undoubtedly one of the most difficult you’ll face. We’ve put together information and advice to help you navigate the choices you face, equipping your family with the knowledge they need.
Many responsibilities may fall on your shoulders as you help take care of an elderly parent or grandparent. These responsibilities can include anything from paying bills and grocery shopping to moving them into another home. If you’re at the point of needing to downsize and move a loved one, it is undoubtedly a stressful process.
There’s no hiding the fact that America’s Greatest Generation is aging, a fact we must face head on as they did with the many challenges they faced. There’s also no denying we want to keep each family member around as long as possible, and as mobile as possible while they are still with us.
Your parents raised you and protected you as a child. Now the tables have turned. As they age, your parents may require a new level of care from you. If you or their spouse cannot provide that type of care in the home, it may be time to consider assisted living.
You’ve worked hard your entire life. You’ve raised a family. You lead an active lifestyle. But you’re ready to downsize, sell your home, and look at independent living options. You deserve a beautiful, welcoming, and luxurious retirement home. Cottage Grove Place is the ideal location.