When staying at home is no longer an option

by Audrey Miller on September 25, 2008

in Articles & Blogs by Audrey, Baby Boomers, Caregiving, Elder Care, Family Conflict, Geriatric Care Management


By: Audrey Miller MSW, RSW, CCRC, CCLCP
Solutions Magazine Fall 2008

Let’s call it like it is, most people don’t like to move and most older individuals certainly do not want to leave the family home and move into a more supported environment. There are, of course, many reasons that make a move so difficult, not least of which is the overwhelming thought of emptying cupboards, basements and bedrooms. The determining factor of when a move should be made is when a person can no longer live comfortably and safely on their own.

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