Memory Care Services for Seniors
Selecting the Right Memory Care Services in Your Area
Memory care can be a great option for seniors suffering from memory-related issues who may require more assistance with day-to-day activities. When choosing a memory care facility for yourself or a loved one, your needs will depend upon your unique situation. In every case, however, it is extremely important to ensure that your loved one is being safely and properly cared for.
At Oasis Senior Advisors®, we understand that searching for memory care services for your elderly loved one can be overwhelming—with so many options to choose from, how can you be sure that you’re selecting the right community for your family member? When you turn to our dedicated team for assistance, we will help you take a look at your options and determine the perfect memory care solution for your loved one and your family as a whole.
Contact us today at (888) 455-5838 to learn more about our memory care services, including our FREE senior housing services!
Is Memory Care the Right Option for Your Loved One?
It can be difficult to determine when a loved one may need memory care services. Often, seniors can be resistant to what they see as losing their independence and may not wish to transition to memory care. However, in many instances, memory care services can ensure the safety and security of your loved one, as well as provide a level of independence that he or she needs.
It may be time to look into memory care services for your loved one if:
- Accidents have occurred as a result of stoves or faucets being left on
- Your loved one has becomes suspicious of others or won’t take medication
- Accidents have occurred as a result of accidental self over or under-medication
- Your loved one has become easily lost while near their own home
- You are unsure how your loved one would react in an emergency situation
- You are no longer able to provide the level of care your loved one needs
While memory care services are often thought of in connection with things like dementia and Alzheimer’s, they can be beneficial for any senior who is beginning to struggle with remembering important things or is no longer able to care for him or herself.