From the Heart: How to select the right senior living for your loved one

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Watching your parents age is a normal part of life, but that doesn’t make it any less difficult, does it? Quite suddenly, the child is both the caregiver and key decision maker, ushering in a time of heightened, conflicting emotions.

From myths to lifestyle, to fears and finances, Richfield Living’s From the Heart guide will answer your most pressing questions to help you decide on the best senior living for your loved one. In this free, downloadable guide we’ll:

  • Set the record straight on some of senior living’s most prevalent misconceptions
  • Help you get a better understanding of the level of care your loved one needs
  • Relieve your fears with the positive impact a senior community can have on the mind, body, and spirit of your loved one
  • Provide a list of things to consider and find out as part of your thorough research when deciding on a senior care community
  • Help you figure out which type of senior living best suits your financial situation by providing actual numbers

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"My Mom lived at The Oaks, and after she broke her shoulder and came through the Rehab Center, she needed to be in a memory care unit. We knew we wanted her back at Richfield and she moved into the memory care unit at Joseph C. Thomas. I can’t say enough good things about how the staff there takes care of her. We’re very pleased."


VELVA | Mom is resident of the Memory Care Unit at Joseph C. Thomas Center