“Some people think you have to be ready to die before you consider leaving your home,” says Sarah Short, director of residency planning at Landis Homes.
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“Technology does not replace the human element, but it’s a tool that will enable the growing aging demographic to better our lives as we age…”
Join #ElderCareChat on March 22, 2017, when Sarah Short, Director of Residency Planning at Landis Homes, will lead a discussion about ways to help loved ones come to a place of acceptance with their move to senior living.
Life can feel like a never-ending roller coaster ride when your loved one has dementia. How can you survive the darkest days?
Before you can find a solution to your parent’s eating difficulties, you need to work to learn the underlying cause.
Even in an elder-life crisis, you’ll need to make sure the senior living option you choose—whether it’s assisted living, skilled nursing, or memory care—meets the medical and physical needs of your parent.
“Now I’m slightly obsessed with helping other women because it’s so hard to balance work and elder care.”
Joined by The Alzheimer’s Disease Education and Referral Center (ADEAR) of the National Institute on Aging, #ElderCareChat’s February 22, 2017 session delivered an important—and hopeful—focus on Alzheimer’s research and care.
#ElderCareChat is back on February 22. Find out all the details now!