Some things to watch for are if your loved one has experienced one or more falls, they’re forgetting to take medications, the yard and home look unkempt, they aren’t eating properly, or perhaps are no longer taking an interest in their favorite activities – note this could be a sign of depression as well. These are all signs that your parent may not be safe at their home any longer and would likely benefit from the social stimulation, prepared meals, and care available in an assisted living community or adult family home.

To help you determine if your parent should move into a community that provides care, take our Senior Living Assessment or contact a Concierge Care Advisor to understand your options.