Senior Living Protects Your Parents When You Can't
Senior Living Protects Your Parents When You Can’t
As your parents grow older, it’s natural to start worrying about their safety and quality of life, especially when you’re not around. What if they fall? What if they have an accident while using the oven? What if they’re feeling bored or even depressed? Here’s how independent senior living can help you rest easier: Senior Living Protects Your Parents When You Can’t
Help is just down the hall
With an emergency response system in every room — and staff available 24/7— senior living means your parents always have access to help in case of an emergency. At Holiday Retirement, most of our communities also have live-in managers, providing a personal level of security and support.
It’s an easier, safer lifestyle
Featuring hassle-free meals, wide, unobstructed hallways and provided transportation services, senior living communities eliminate the need for your parents to do physical tasks that may now be too dangerous for them.
There’s always something to do
Senior living provides a social community of peers that can help your parents avoid loneliness and depression. Even a few new friends can make all the difference. Plus, scheduled programming with activities ranging from yoga stretching to book club meetings means there are always opportunities to stay physically and mentally active.
Caring for senior parents who live alone can be stressful. A senior living community can help — not only serving as a safe, engaging environment for your parents, but also as a trusted partner in protecting them for you. In the end, senior living gives you what matters most: the assurance that your parents are always in good hands, even when they’re not in yours.
Ready to find a community? For over 40 years, Holiday Retirement communities have been helping seniors live their best lives with made-from-scratch meals, live-in managers and robust activity calendars. Learn more about the Holiday difference.
by Bidnam Lee
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As Senior.com Director of Sales and Marketing, Kimberly Johnson is passionate about providing Seniors with the resources and products to live well. Kimberly is a seasoned caregiver to her family and breast cancer survivor. Her father battled ALS, Lou Gehrig’s disease and she was a primary caregiver. Today Kimberly lives in Southern California near her 104-year-old grandmother, widowed mother, a mentally disabled sister and second sister who is also a breast cancer survivor. She is happily married to her husband of 24 years and they have 3 children.View All Articles