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Where Should You Begin Your Search for Senior Living?
Choosing a senior living option for a loved one is a major life decision, but it does not have to be scary or stressful. In fact, for many, discovering the right option is an exciting time filled with hope and opportunity. At SilverCrest, we know this journey well from both sides. Our own aging loved ones have suffered from memory-related illness and have made the transition themselves, and our co-founder has worked in the senior living field for over 15 years. We know how important it is to find an option that not only suits you and your loved one’s needs, but offers a joyous and fulfilling next chapter of life as well.
It is important to us that we provide the guidance, reassurance and support that is lacking for so many during this journey and to help at every step of the way. For us, it’s not about sales or numbers – it’s helping those who need it during a time when compassionate and transparent guidance can seem difficult to find.
SilverCrest is proud to serve as an ongoing resource for you and your family during this decision-making process. While we truly believe that you could find no better memory support community than our beautiful campus, our commitment to putting residents and their families first begins with our initial interactions, providing informed guidance and support without the pushy sales tactics or overstepped boundaries.
When Is the Right Time for Senior Living?
While the answer is different for every individual, there are a number of warning signs or red flags that indicate a person may achieve a higher quality of life with the structure and assistance of a senior living community. A few of those visible signs include:
- Declining home upkeep, including broken appliances, clutter and disorganization, spoiled or expired food, an unkempt yard and/or new scratches or dents on the car
- Changes in appearance like weight loss, unexplained bruising, unkempt hair or clothing and/or poor hygiene
- Behavioral changes like aggression and increased anger
- Isolation or lack of social activity
Be sure to look at our comprehensive list of resources and contact us today if you have any questions about this process or would like to receive additional information.