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Some Things Should Never Change

Remember Their Perspective
If you are the one in charge of assisted your loved one with their move, you may begin to feel that it is necessary to simply make all of the decisions and that your loved one is no longer capable of helping with decisions or details concerning their new situation.
This is a mistake and will in most cases make your job more difficult. Even though your loved is requiring quite a bit of assistance at this point in their life, it is still important to take their opinions and desires into consideration. When you make the effort to remember their perspective on the situation, you will help to set their mind at ease, and when they feel more at ease all of the changes that must take place will happen more smoothly.
Keep Some Things the Same
During this huge life change, your loved one will be looking for things that feel normal and familiar. It is important that they can depend on some things to remain the same. If you and your loved one enjoyed Sunday afternoon visits before their move, then things like this should not change. Although you may not be able to maintain all of the previous traditions that your loved one enjoyed, try to pinpoint the things that were truly important to your loved one and attempt to maintain these traditions.
Keep Treatment Consistent
If your loved one has been a part of Alzheimer's support groups Georgia, it is very important that they continue this type of treatment after their move into assisted living. Memory care and Alzheimer's therapy are very important to continue in order to make sure that your loved one can continue to maintain a good quality of life. Alzheimers care Penderson provides important memory care for individuals who are dealing with these types of challenges. A move is huge life change for any one. These kind of big changes are further complicated by memory issues or Alzheimer's. Changes of any kind can greatly add to an individual's confusion and stress level. All efforts should be made to help your loved one stay relaxed and as stress free as possible during their transition to an assisted living facility.


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