You’ve seen changes: rotting food in the fridge, forgotten pans on the fire, weight gain, weight loss, frequent falls, … You’ve evaluated it all for signs that your parents need help.
A nurse is coming to pre-screen Dad, checking to see if he can move into assisted living, and you’re on pins and needles.
You’re ready to move Mom into assisted living, but how do you make her space feel less like a hospital room and more like her home?
“How could I possibly afford assisted living?”
That might be the sentiment that echoes through your mind as you consider the possibility of needing assisted living. But, take a deep breath and relax – it might not be as difficult as you thought.
All of our resources on how to care for a loved one who is aging.
You know how it goes. Every organization has a special jargon. A “speak-ese.” Their words have unique connotations, and, because everyone there uses those words, they understand the meaning, and jobs get done.
Our Frontida Heroes this week are the Southside Superstars from Willowgreen Home, Meka and Tisha. These ladies jumped at the opportunity to cover shifts at Wabash Home tonight so that caregivers from Wabash Home could attend an employee [...]
Frontida is proud to support the Hospice Alliance of Kenosha. Scott Drews, Director of Business Development, and Gabby Cawthon, House Manager of Azalea Place, had a blast at the Hospice Alliance Gala with their sweethearts! We love it when we can [...]