Signs of Dementia in Elderly Loved Ones

How you support your loved ones matters. And no one knows your elderly loved ones better than you do. Their traits, hobbies, and personalities are already engraved in your mind. So, whenever something odd happens, there is a good chance you will spot it. Aging affects the mind. The older we get, the harder it…

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Tips for Communicating with Elderly Parents Who Refuse Care

It is all too common for adult children to face the difficult decision of communicating the need for elder care with their aging parents. Parents, at this age, can be persistent about not needing care and wanting to continue their current lifestyle, no matter how dangerous or detrimental it is for their health. If you’re…

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Why Seniors and Their Loved Ones Should Consider Joining a Pomeroy Independent Living Facility

If you have been worrying about the living condition of your elderly loved ones as they begin to age, then you should consider Pomeroy’s independent living community. Two major concerns about senior living are social isolation and the idea of living independently. Many have an archaic notion about independent living facilities. However, the amenities and…

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Coping with Memory Care: Finding Peace for Caregivers

This article couldn’t be more timely for what is happening to families during the pandemic. We are hearing from our inquiries that caregiver burnout is happening at an all-time high. Families are struggling with their own work, life balance with working from home, change in what school may look like for their kids and caring…

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How to Find a Top-Rated Skilled Nursing Facility

We all want to give our family members the best care available. Sometimes this means that we have to seek help from nursing facility placements. While people first struggle with the idea, it’s not always possible to offer the full-time home care our loving ones need at home by themselves. At this point, you can…

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Who Needs Respite Care?

“We see this time and time again where a family reaches out to us because they are burned out with their own lives and then taking care of their loved one on top of everything else in their lives. There is no shame in asking for help. As a matter of fact, having them stay with us will not only benefit you it will benefit them. In the world we live in today with the pandemic and COVID still so prevalent, we are the expert in senior care and oversight.

So have them come stay with us, it’s a vacation for you both and who knows they might like it and make it their permanent home.”

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Speaking To Your Parents About Senior Living

Tracy Martin Corporate Director of Sales and Marketing at Pomeroy Living We find that many adult children avoid having a conversation with their parents when the see a change in behavior and mood in their loved one. This article points out how to approach a conversation with your parents which is great. But I want…

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A Guide to Senior Living: Qualities to Look For

A senior living facility can be an excellent choice for elderly individuals. Around 1 million elderly Americans live in a senior living facility type set up, and this number is predicted to grow with time. However, making the transition from living independently to living in an assisted care setup is difficult for most senior citizens.…

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