Putting a loved one in a nursing home can be a tough decision, but in some cases, it may be the best choice for their health, safety, and quality of life. Many nursing homes allow a person a level of independent living while still ensuring that he or she is safe and getting the medical care that he or she needs. If you’re considering putting a loved one in an assisted living community, here are a few things you need to do.
1. Be Open About the Decision.
The first thing you should do is be as open as possible about the decision. It can be a tough realization for an elderly parent to come to, that they need help and can no longer live safely with the same amount of independence a