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Not Sure What Kind of Care Your Loved One Needs?


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Care Assessment to Guide You on Your Way

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Is your loved one falling more... having trouble navigating stairs... balancing troubles?
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Have you noticed the stove being left on... is the temperature in your loved one's home too hot or too cold?
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Is your loved one driving poorly with accidents or "close calls" or dents in the car?
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Have you noticed your loved one gain or lose a concerning amount of weight?
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Have you noticed empty cabinets and refrigerators or more "junk food" compared to normal?
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Is your loved one having trouble eating or feeding him or herself?
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Is your loved one having trouble dressing and undressing?
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Is your loved one is having trouble bathing and toileting?
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Is your loved one wearing the same clothes and are they not clean?
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Is your loved one not interacting with friends, family and neighbors?
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Have you noticed your loved one becoming more argumentative and short?
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Have you noticed a change of mood from the lack of human contact from being more socially isolated?
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Have you noticed a change in the cleanliness of your loved one's home?
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Are you seeing repair and maintenance issues?
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Is the lawn not being mowed and debris and clutter piling up?
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Are you seeing mail "laying around?"
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Electricity and other utilities being turned off because the bills are not being paid?
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Is it getting more difficult for your loved one to "handle" their finances and balance their bank account?
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Are you seeing your loved one's health decline, ie. weakness, skin issues, memory and more aches and pains than usual?
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Is your loved one forgetting to take their medication or not able to?
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Weakness, forgetfulness, not taking their medication, skin issues, or more aches and pains than usual?
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