Helping a loved one choose a secure future.
As our parents grow older, we see their lives changing—slowly at first, but sometimes suddenly and dramatically. It’s not unusual for adult children who come home for the holidays to see signs that their aging parents are in declining health––a messy house, unopened mail, an empty refrigerator.
It’s also not unusual that the first response is one of panic. Calls to state agencies tend to double or triple around the holidays, and admissions to senior living centers accelerate as well.
The time to discuss the future is before
Expect your loved one to say, “I’m not ready yet.” Too often, people miss out on the fun of senior living because they wait until they’re facing a medical problem. The time to begin the conversation is now.
A truly carefree retirement begins when your loved ones can put their worries aside and enjoy life. If your parent or loved one needs immediate help, we offer Assisted Living and Memory Care—right on our Ecumen Centennial House campus.
For more information, call 952-542-5687 or click here to request information online.