12 Signs Your Loved One May Need Care
If you notice these behaviors or symptoms in someone you know, it might be time to explore care options. Contact us for help!
Increased falls or risk of falls
Wandering from home and/or getting lost
EMS has been called to the home more than once
Unable to self-administer medications; has multiple expired medications
Normally outgoing, has become withdrawn or secretive
Difficulty with one or more activities of daily living such as bathing, preparing meals, using the bathroom, etc.
Unsanitary living conditions
Repeating questions or making multiple phone calls asking the same questions
Confusion, agitation, unfounded accusations or suspiciousness
Diagnosis of dehydration and/or malnutrition
Unsafe behavior (leaving the stove on, exterior doors opened)
Deterioration of personal hygiene
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