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Elder Care: Nursing Home Alternatives

By the year 2050, more than 1/5 of the population will be aged 65 or older. Although one of the most common solutions to the challenges of aging is to move an elderly relative to the nursing home, it’s certainly not the only option. There are situations where your loved one may not thrive there, and sometimes their care needs are just not at the level of a nursing home. This is when it’s a good option to consider alternatives like senior living or assisted living. shutterstock_181395782

Networking between seniors in these communities helps create a village concept regarding recommended services, helping one another, and coordinated outings. Local volunteers can extend this process by helping when needed and looking out for individuals who may have greater needs. Federal efforts to ensure that low-income housing  is available to seniors also allows for greater aging in place, keeping your loved ones at home as they grow older but with some level of supervision.

To learn more about planning for the future with regards to long-term care, contact us at (601) 925-9797.

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