The role relationships and social interactivity play in our day to day life is staggering. The ability to craft trusting, caring and loving relationships is vital to our wellbeing. Whether the relationship is professional, platonic, or even romantic, it plays a significant role in helping us achieve a feeling of social belonging.
If you are seeking an assisted living community for a parent or loved one, you want to make sure it is the right fit. But how can you or the family members and friends taking a tour know if the senior living community is the right fit if you don’t know what to look for?
Often times potential residents and their family members ask similar questions or raise similar concerns when it comes to the dining services provided in the community. While it is natural to worry about your loved one’s senior living experience, Brickmont Assisted Living has you covered! We are here to answer any questions you may have regarding our dining services.
There are several health benefits to staying positive, but when it comes to taking care of someone else, it is essential and can be even more of a challenge. If you are a primary caregiver for mom or dad, you may have even experienced feelings of caregiver burnout.
Retirement community. Old folks home. Rest home. These words conjure up the image of a dingy nursing home with bad fluorescent lighting, unhappy seniors, and unappetizing cafeteria food. While this may have been a reality in decades gone past – that’s simply not the case anymore. Chances are if you’re reading this, you are part of the Baby Boomer generation, people born post World War II between 1946-1964 and you’re demanding a different type of retirement. Your generation is leading the charge in redefining retirement and what senior living providers offer in services, amenities, and accommodations.
Spring has sprung! Encourage mom or dad to shed their winter coat and grab some fresh air. Fortunately, the beautiful state of Georgia offers plenty of spring-like activities to do.
The demands of caring for a loved one can easily be overwhelming. If you’re new to this situation, you may feel like you are in over your head or have little control over your situation. It can be a polarizing and an isolating feeling – and can eventually take a toll on your relationships and health if left unchecked.
As you age and begin to look at assisted living communities, it is understandable you may also start to question how you will pay for this new type of care. No matter what your socioeconomic status, you will want to take advantage of all the means available to you that can help pay for assisted living services.
With many different types of senior care available for your loved one, it is hard to know what is the right fit for your family's needs. In the past, most senior living facilities may have been lumped under the term ‘nursing home’ or ‘skilled nursing facility’. Today there are many distinct differences between nursing homes, assisted living, and memory care communities.