Assisted & Independent Living & Memory Care Facilities

Assisted Living & Memory Care facilities listed below: Apple Valley Assisted Living, The Cottages, Meadow View Assisted Living & Memory Care.

7 Biggest Fears About Senior Assisted Living

Posted On 19 Feb 2016  By :

Your aging parent may find moving into senior living to be a frightening prospect. Think again! We break down the seven biggest fears about senior living and share why there’s nothing to be worried about.  If society is to be believed, senior living is where you go when you have no one else to take care of you.  And, is considered an unavoidable fate when you can’t take care of yourself anymore.  Forget that!  The truth is, the vast majority of our fears of senior living are inaccurate.  –read more–

See Dementia Patients & Dignity and related articles and resources below these listings.

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Apple Valley Assisted Living
715 N Butte Ave
Emmett, ID  83617
Ph. 208-365-1497
Dawn Brotherson – Facility Director
assisted living
Assisted Living & Memory Carerestaurant

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The Cottages
Assisted Living & Memory Care, Adult Day Care, Respite.
411 E 12th St
Emmett, ID  83617
Ph. 208-365-9490
assisted living

Assisted Living & Memory Careassisted livingassisted living

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Meadow View 
Assisted Living & Memory Care.
1013 South Johns Ave
Emmett, ID  83617
Ph. 208-365-1122
assisted living


Assisted Living & Memory Careassisted living
Senior Care Services

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Dementia Patients & Dignity: Respectful Care Giving

Assisted Living & Memory Care

Last updated: April 29, 2015.

When someone close to you has dementia and spends an increasing amount of time in a confused state, it can be difficult to remember the person they were before the disease began to take control.  However, it’s important to remember that he or she is an adult, not a child, and deserves to be treated as such.

Honoring your loved one’s wishes, including helping him or her maintain a similar lifestyle to the one they had before they got sick, will bring him or her a lot of comfort and reassurance. Here are some ways to help those with dementia patients maintain a sense of dignity.  –read more–

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