An Age Shift Changes Care Needs in Denver

An Age Shift Changes Care Needs in Denver

The demographic landscape of the United States is undergoing a significant shift, with an increasing number of individuals entering their senior years. This change is primarily driven by the aging of the Baby Boomer generation, those born between 1946 and 1964. As this population cohort advances in age, the demand for aging care services is surging, leading to a notable strain on existing care resources.

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Avoiding Social Isolation Due to Dysfunctional Family Dynamics

Avoiding Social Isolation Due to Dysfunctional Family Dynamics

Are You Struggling to Care for an Aging Parent and Avoiding Family Conflict?

If you’re an adult child caring for an aging parent, you’re not alone. 80% of Americans are in the same situation, trying to create a balance between providing care and avoiding family conflict.

Look no further than Answers for Senior Care. You get expert advice from professionals on how to provide the best care possible for your loved one without sacrificing your own emotional well-being. Reach out today to learn more and get the support you need.

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New Assisted Living Needed

New Assisted Living Needed

Jerry was an elderly man who had been living in an assisted living facility for the past few years. He loved his home but lately he had been feeling uneasy and unsafe. It seemed that some of the other residents were becoming more and more violent, and it didn’t seem like the staff was doing enough to help control them or protect those who needed it.

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Lily Hotaling: Certified Geriatric and Aging Life Care Manager: Advocating for Those Who Need Help

Lily Hotaling: Certified Geriatric and Aging Life Care Manager: Advocating for Those Who Need Help

What is your approach when you first meet a client? “Aging parents and their families, in Denver, each have their own unique stories and concerns, so I create a comprehensive care plan that gathers all their information and prioritizes important steps for the future. The care plan honors their specific needs and goals and solves immediate challenges, then works through ongoing and changing needs. I have a deep appreciation for the physical, emotional, and logistical challenges of aging care and I am focused on dignity and independence for all my clients.”

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