For seniors, diseases such as Alzheimer’s and dementia can be a huge concern. Unlike other health issues, the care for memory diseases is more intense, as the individual may need to be watched more closely. While there may be a few years where your loved one can live independently on their own either at home or in an assisted living community, placement in memory care is almost always guaranteed.
At Avita Assisted Living & Memory Care at Rolling Hills, we proudly offer high-quality memory care where your loved one can receive the proper care and attention they need. We understand how difficult it can be to watch your loved one’s memory disappear, and you may not know when it’s time to move them into a memory care facility. That’s why, in today’s post, we will provide you with a few signs to look for that could indicate your loved one is in need of memory care. Continue reading below and reach out to us if you have any questions.