How to Help an Aging Loved One
Asbury Place Maryville Assisted Living Memory Care
Are you noticing these worrisome signs of age-related declines?
- Increased house clutter: A major indicator of a person’s well-being when it is not the norm, piles of clothes, cluttered countertops, or old food in the fridge are signs of mobility or cognitive issues or a lack of energy.
- Trouble walking: A shuffling gait, unsteadiness, and holding onto things are indicators of balance and mobility declines that can lead to falls.
- Financial issues: Falling behind on financial matters and bills, as well as donations to unknown organizations, odd credit card payments and checks need immediate attention.
See our articles on Difficult Conversations, Keys to Quality Assisted Living, and Assisted Living Versus Nursing Care below. We are happy to share our resources and experience – and guide you through what can be a challenging process. Contact Rita Kriss at (865) 238-8318 or select Asbury Place Maryville in the form.
For more than 30 years, Assisted Living at Asbury Place Maryville has been providing safe solutions to complex problems with loving care.
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