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A Guide to Caring for Senior Loved Ones

Dealing with aging loved ones is difficult, especially if you do not live in close proximity. If you live an hour or more away from your relative and he or she is starting to need more assistance, it may be time to consider relocating. Open Arms Retirement Center presents the following guide to help you through the moving process.

How To Know When You Should Relocate

A recent study found that 38% of seniors lacked a reliable friend or family member who could help them in the event of a serious illness. If this is the case for your aging relative, it may be time to contemplate your move. Other factors to consider include:

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Is it Time for Your Loved One to Move to Assisted Living? Here's How to Tell.

If you have an elderly loved one, it’s important that you learn the warning signs that it’s no longer safe for them to live independently. Most of us want to remain at home as long as possible, but there are a variety of physical, emotional, and behavioral signs that indicate it’s not the best option anymore. Below, learn more about these warning signs so you can identify safety issues and have a productive conversation about your loved one’s next steps. 


Congratulations to the winners of the Excellence Awards from the North Carolina Senior Living Association and our Employee of the Month.  


Towana Rogers

Keosha McNatt

Kimberly Horzsa

Latisha Youmans

Holanda Douglas

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