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Choosing the best type of care for your loved one

Posted Oct 04 2011 6:27am

Alzeimer's Assisted Living Today has published a series of articles on the subject of choosing the best care type for your loved one.  They created guides for each of five different care types and, although the guides are aimed at people living in the US, they contain advice - and some great questions - that will be applicable, wherever you are in the world:

• Assisted Living Care Guide: http://assistedlivingtoday.com/p/assisted-living/
• Memory Care Guide: http://assistedlivingtoday.com/p/memory-care/
• Nursing Home Guide: http://assistedlivingtoday.com/p/nursing-homes/
• Care Home Guide: http://assistedlivingtoday.com/p/care-homes/
• Independent Living Guide: http://assistedlivingtoday.com/p/independent-living/

The aim with these guides is to help people faced with deciding what type of care to choose for a loved one, to make the best possible decision.


Itsfamily P.S. And if you're trying to keep an eye on a loved one who is still living in their own home, check out It's a Family Affair: Checklists for Baby Boomers Caring for Elderly Parents .

'It's a Family Affair' is a collection of forms, trackers and checklists - ready to print out and keep in a binder - so that all the information you need with regard to your elderly parent(s) is right there at your fingertips. (And, no scrabbling around for information before that next hospital or social worker's appointment.)

We have checklists covering: driving, home safety, medications, medical history, bills and expenses, shopping... and many more

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