Many times, what may seem like age-related forgetfulness in your older loved one may actually be a serious memory problem that needs professional support. Some signs that indicate it may be time to discuss a memory care plan with a healthcare professional include:
- Asking the same questions over and over again
- Getting lost in well-known places Having trouble following recipes or directions
- Becoming more confused about time, people and places
- Not taking care of oneself—eating poorly, not bathing or behaving unsafely
Finding the Right Care Solution, Together
Part of a memory care plan may include assisted living. Whether your loved one is currently in a care community or needs to transition to one focused on memory care, our trusted local Senior Care Advisors® are here to help at no cost to you.
Memory care communities focus on enhancing the memory function of residents and improving their cognitive health. When you connect with one of our Certified Senior Advisors® you will receive care options for your older loved one that are individualized and thoroughly vetted.
Click here to learn more about memory care support or call us today to assist your family (615) 887-1167.