Should You Live at Home or Live in Assisted Living?Uncategorized
As you get older, you will hit a point in your life when you realize it is getting harder and harder to safely live in the comfort of your own home. If you are at the stage right now of trying to decide what the best elderly living situation for you will be, it is important to ask yourself the following questions. Here at LakePoint Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, we feel that if you answer yes to any of these questions, then you should probably consider an assisted living facility.
Are You Living Alone?
Not only can it be dangerous for you to live alone, it can also be very lonely. Living in an assisted living home will help you have people all around when needed, and will keep you from experiencing loneliness and depression.
Have You Experienced Major Falls?
Falling can create some major struggles in your life. If you have fallen, then you need to know you are surrounded with good help.
Are You On More than Two Medications?
The medications your doctor prescribes are important. You should be somewhere that will help you remember when to take these meds.
Is It Harder to Remember Things?
Memory issues can cause some very scary situations. If you have noticed your memory starting to falter, then it might be a good idea to protect yourself and your family by seeking out the right kind of help.
Have You Been Neglecting Household Duties?
If it is getting harder and harder for you to keep your home clean and your meals properly prepared, then you need to consider getting some help.
Do You Feel Nervous about Your Health?
We strongly feel that nobody should have to live in fear. Our facilities are set up to help remove some of these major concerns.