If you’re hesitating to having finance talks with your aging parents, consider that this is just one more area where you can love and care for them – and while it’s not the easiest way to provide support, it is crucially important. Here are six finance talks to cover with your parents that will help … [Read more...] about Tough Conversations: 6 Finance Talks You Should Have With Aging Parents
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You’ve been monitoring the signs, and you’ve noticed your aging parents are losing weight, showing forgetfulness, and having a hard time keeping up their hygiene. They might have had a fall which sparked some concern about their safety at home. While the evidence may be clear to you that it’s time … [Read more...] about How to Move Parents to Assisted Living When They Are Resistant
We’ve all endured a lot in the last year. If you were already thinking about moving your senior parents closer to you, the extended time apart, wide-ranging health concerns, and a renewed passion for our closest relationships might have you considering moving your aging parents closer more and more … [Read more...] about 4 Important Benefits of Moving Your Aging Parents Closer to You
We are pleased that federal and state officials have prioritized long-term care residents and their caregivers for early COVID-19 vaccinations. Getting vaccinated against COVID-19 is one of the best ways to protect those living in and receiving care in our communities. The news of a vaccine gives us … [Read more...] about Vaccination Administration to Begin Soon at Riley Crossing Senior Living
Learn 10 tips for warding off caregiver fatigue to help not only yourself but your loved one as well. If you are helping to care for a loved one, we at Ebenezer fully understand how physically, emotionally, and mentally draining that role can become. We’d also like to reassure you that you’re far … [Read more...] about 10 Tips for Warding Off Caregiver Fatigue
It's likely that you've seen news reports about how COVID-19 is hitting senior living communities where residents may be vulnerable to the disease. Because of that, you may be concerned about moving your loved one, or yourself, to one of our communities at this uncertain time. We get it, we've seen … [Read more...] about Is it Safe to Move into Senior Living During COVID?
Approximately 85 percent of older adults have at least one chronic health condition, and 60 percent have at least two chronic conditions, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. For many older people, coping with multiple chronic conditions is a real challenge. Learning to … [Read more...] about What to do if my loved one has chronic care or enhanced care needs?
When you're deciding on senior living for your loved ones, you have many options to choose from. Finding the best fit is one important key to a smooth transition from Mom or Dad living independently in their own home and moving into a senior living community. Your best bet is to do a little homework … [Read more...] about Where to Start
Aging. It’s difficult to see—especially in those you love. What are the signs of normal aging . . . of Alzheimer’s and other dementia? Can your parents or loved ones care for themselves without help? What kind of help is best? Where can you go to get it? How can you tell if your loved ones need … [Read more...] about When does my parent need Assisted Living or more care?
You’re doing what any good person would do, trying to keep tabs on a loved one who’s growing older. You’re afraid to broach the idea of getting involved in their affairs, because you don’t want to hurt their feelings–or worse, start a fight. Maybe you’ve even tried to offer your help, only to get … [Read more...] about How to Have “The Talk”