You’ve been in control of your life and have made many important decisions – the career you chose, the house you bought, how you raised your children, etc. If you’re like most people you made these decisions out of want, not need. And isn’t that how all decisions should be made? When we make decisions out of need we may rush, have fewer options, and not fully benefit from the outcome. This is why deciding to bring services into your home or moving to a senior living community should come early, during the phase of “want,” not need.
When the time comes that you would benefit from some extra support with personal care or companionship, you will most likely find yourself evaluating two options – home care or moving to a community? When people ask us, which is better, the answer is – it’s different for everyone. Some of variables are your current living situation, social situation, finances, and support system. Things to consider:
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Did you know older adults who live in a community where there is a culture of empowerment, connectedness and growth live longer, healthier lives? At CLC it is our goal to collaborate with residents by encouraging them to engage in making the community life they want. But what about cost? We have developed a resource for you to understand the cost between joining an adult community vs. staying at home.Downloadable Resource
Sometimes additional care is needed for your parent, but they are not ready to give up their home to join an adult community. Whit Rhythm’s Home Care, we offer a wide-range of options to enrich the life of your loved one in the comforts of their own home. To help you understand home care options and if it is right for your loved one, we have developed a resource guide.Is Home Care the Right Option?
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