Blog & Elder Care Articles
Learn about aging in place and the difference it makes in an aging parent’s quality of life. For services available to seniors in Fairfield County, Growing Options can help.
Wandering is one of the most common and potentially dangerous behaviors among patients with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. Learn what causes wandering and some effective ways to prevent it.
When polled, most people say that they want to continue to stay in their own homes as they age, as opposed to senior facilities or living with their children. These new tools can help make this a reality.
Are you considering hospice for yourself or a loved one? The following information will help you to learn more about the specifics that hospice has to offer, as well as the criteria to consider in making the choice for your family.
The aging process can be extremely stressful for everyone involved, especially when quality of life is questioned but independence is necessary. Read about our clients, Harriet & Charles, and how we worked with them to find solutions that worked for everyone.
At Growing Options, we are trained and committed to applying our professional expertise to caring for our clients. On your end, there are steps that you can take as a family member or friend to contribute to your loved one’s overall well-being, even if you are far away.
A family coming together to care for and support an aging loved one is a positive experience, but increased contact with heightened emotions can create unnecessary conflict. Here are some suggestions and resources to help these situations or avoid them all together.
The negative stigmas associated with aging come from the value we place on youth, but what happens when we shift to value wisdom, experience, and stories to share? Instead of focusing on what you’re losing as you age, consider what you’ll be gaining.