Most assisted living facilities have taken measures to keep residents safe during COVID-19 by strictly limiting or not allowing visitors. While these precautions do ensure a much greater level of safety for residents, long-term isolation and quarantine can lead to unwanted side effects, such as mental stress, loneliness, and depression.
When we relocate our loved ones with dementia to a new memory care facility it can be unsettling and may lead to emotional stress. The good news is there are practical steps you can take to limit emotional stress and transfer trauma for your loved one.
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Relocating a Person with Dementia: Tips for Physically Transferring to a Different Memory Care Facility
Transferring your loved one to a different memory care facility may stir up some stress regardless of your best laid out plans, but there are ways to minimize disruption on the actual moving day.
Your loved one with dementia resides in a memory care facility near your home and you just found out that you are moving to another state. Moving can be a huge process in itself, but now you’re faced with how to choose a memory care facility in the state you are moving to. We have some tips for you!
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Our tips will help you have a caring and honest talk with your loved one to prepare them for a move to memory care.
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