Through our blogs, we are going to be sharing the stories of our clients in the Rochester, New York, community. There are many challenges to face with aging parents and grandparents but every challenge has a solution. We would love to help you find your solutions.
These are uncertain times. Daily news is filled with stories about the COVID-19 virus and how it is affecting our world. We are speaking with many families who made the decision to move their aging parents home with them during this time.
The spread of the coronavirus hit New York hard. Many families were frightened by the news that they could not visit their aging parents or grandparents. Some moved their family members to their own homes. Others are trying to get regular information about their loved ones’ care and are finding that it’s hard to get the information.
Finding the right facility for your aging loved one is challenging work, especially for a senior with dementia that causes challenging behaviors. Learn how Senior’s Choice helped Peter manage his behavior while his family looked for a memory care unit.
Navigating the healthcare system, especially after an aging parent or grandparent has been injured, can be confusing and overwhelming. Learn how a care manager can act as both an advocate and a guide in these situations, especially during this pandemic.
Sometimes seniors are reluctant to activate the long term care policies they’ve paid into for years. Learn how Senior’s Choice helped Henry find the right time, and reason, to activate his mother’s policy.
As a member of the Aging Life Care Association, Senior’s Choice Care Management takes pride in the care and comfort we can give families during this trying time. Learn some of the benefits we provide, the questions we can answer, and the information you need.
Bob was an active senior living in a retirement community and was in decent health until he broke his leg. Senior’s Choice worked with Bob and his daughters to make all their lives easier so he could make a speedy recovery.
Age 82, Helen lived by herself. Her grown sons started to worry when they noticed she stopped taking care of herself and was becoming isolated in her home, but she was reluctant to seek out care management services. Fortunately, I was able to meet with them to find a solution that ensured both their mother’s safety and quality of life.
When 83-year old Myra had a stroke, she was hospitalized for several days and then discharged to a rehab facility. Myra had heart disease and diabetes, which complicated her recovery. Her three daughters scrambled to figure out the next steps since their mother would need a lot of help when it was time to go home.