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If the time has come where you are no longer able to care for your aging parent or spouse, you have many options to research and consider determining which solution works best for you and your loved one. This is a difficult life-changing decision, so the more information you have, the easier it will be to decide how and when to move forward with the services that you have chosen for your parent or spouse.

If your loved one lives at home but does not have the opportunity to socialize, our Adult Day Center may be a good solution for you at this time. If you do not have the time or the ability to help your loved one with their daily needs, you may wish to consider the long-term care options of an assisted living residence or nursing care residence. At this point, we recommend that you speak to a Parker admissions manager and social worker to learn more about our services and financing.

Even after a decision has been made, there are many other factors and preparations you and your loved must consider, including financial and medical Powers of Attorney, wills, living wills, and who will manage assets and bills. If you need help with this, we recommend you make an appointment with a good elder law attorney who specializes in handling the legal needs for people who are aging and in need of assistance.

We also recommend you learn more about downsizing, selling your loved one’s home, if needed, and get advice about moving.

The articles in the left column of this page have been chosen for their empathy and good advice for people in your situation. We hope they will help you in your journey.

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