No one likes to think about their parents or older adult loved ones aging. But it’s a reality we all have to face at some point. Busy lives with work schedules, family responsibilities and other activities can make it hard to devote the time your aging loved ones may require.
Luckily, there are various options available depending on your loved ones’ health and specific needs and conditions to help you out.
Harvard University Joint Center for Housing Studies estimates there will be 70 million senior citizens aged 65 and older living in the United States by the year 2030. This tells us there’s an increasing market for senior care, but it may not be immediately obvious which option is right for your loved ones. To ease any confusion, let’s take a look at a few of the most common services.