Moving elderly parents is a challenge for some families. Apart from the physical demand that comes with such a move, there’s an emotional impact that must be managed. As you prepare to move your senior loved ones to a new home, it is important that you find ways to reduce stress throughout the process. Start […]
Moving your elderly loved one to an assisted living facility is an important life transition that requires careful planning on your part. Finding the facility that will best allow your loved one to age peacefully and comfortably can be a challenge with so many places to choose from.
Relocation stress syndrome (RSS) is a condition that causes older adults to experience stress during the transition from moving out of their own home to long-term care or assisted living facilities. Symptoms of this disorder may occur long after the move happened.
Aging parents and loved ones want to live their golden years in comfort and independence. It’s important to marry these two concepts when planning a move, providing your elderly parent or loved one with the extra attention and security they need while still letting them live independently.
When seniors think about moving out of the home they’ve lived in for many years, it’s natural for them to worry. They think about losing their independence, all the memories they’ll be leaving behind and of course the fear of the unknown.