Aging With Dignity recognizes that the loss of one’s ability to perform certain basic daily activities can be devastating – our goal is to maximize the activities our clients enjoy doing and focus less on the things they can no longer do.
Here are some signs that your loved one may need assistance in dealing with the challenges of aging:
- Requires assistance bathing and dressing
- Exhibits difficulty cooking, eating or acquiring groceries
- Poor house cleaning, signs of hoarding
- Unable to drive a car or use public transportation safely
- Unable to communicate needs clearly
- Difficulty remembering
- Poor mobility
- Impaired thinking
- Impaired communication (verbal or written)
- Inability to account for time
- Neglected appearance
- Difficulty chewing or swallowing
- Debilitating side effects from medications
- Health issues
- Vision or hearing impairment
- Recurring falls
- Poor hygiene
- Aggressiveness or abusiveness
- Loss of interest in previously enjoyed activities
- Lethargy or apathy
- Late or missed bills
- Unable to balance checkbook
Working with Aging With Dignity begins with a single phone call. Here’s how we help:
Initial phone consultation
During this conversation, we’ll focus on specific challenges your loved one is facing, your concerns and what you’re looking for in the way of support.
Next, we’ll perform a comprehensive assessment of your loved one’s current living situation and health concerns.
Based on our assessment, we’ll make recommendations for your loved one to address their specific issues and concerns and develop a care plan that will provide solutions to those issues.
Administer and Monitor
Once a care plan has been approved, we’ll help administer the plan and monitor its progress.