Adult Children With Aging Parents: Downsizing

Adult Children With Aging Parents_smallHelping Parents Downsize

Oftentimes adult children change roles and begin to take care of their aging parents.

How do you know when the time is right?

We have done our research and want to share some signs that perhaps your parent is ready to make a change with their living situation.

With a degree in Social Work and background in project management, you can be assured that Courtney will act as your onsite advocate, keeping your family’s best interest at heart.

Her focus is to provide comprehensive services individualized to your specific needs while helping you through a difficult time in your family’s life.

 

 

  • Is your parent’s physician recommending a move due to declining health?
  • Is your parents’ home too challenging for them to maintain?
  • Is your parent unable to consistently take their medication?
  • Is your parent unable to maintain healthy eating habits?
  • Is your parent suffering from memory losses?
  • Is your parent becoming socially isolated and would benefit from a more interactive environment?
  • Is your parent in need of more daily care?

If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, give us a call. We can help!

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