Senior Living Care: Resources
If you are a caregiver for a close friend, family member, or loved one, we want to let you know that we understand that you are on a rewarding and challenging journey. Our goal at Westwood Inn is to be a qualified and trustworthy resource for you. If you have questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to our team. We’d love to provide you with any information you may need!
Senior Living Frequently Asked Questions
It’s normal to have many questions when starting the process of considering, finding, and moving yourself or a loved one to a senior living community.
Our team at Westwood Inn has been helping guide many members of the community in Macomb, MI, through this process. We always want to help you to arrive at a decision that you will be confident and comfortable with.
At Westwood Inn, we offer several financing options for long-term senior care.
We understand that each individual and family’s needs and abilities vary, and we work with you to provide the best quality care for your situation. We strive to provide payment assistance options so that our residents can have peace of mind while receiving the quality of care they need and desire.
Having Important Conversations
We understand that many factors contribute to the decision of senior living.
Sometimes, the path to senior living isn’t as clear to senior adults as it is to their children. It can be challenging for adult children or caregivers to initiate a conversation with their loved ones about moving to a senior living community. We’ve provided a simple guide to help you navigate these crucial conversations and, hopefully, create an easy transition for you and your loved ones.
Is It Time For Senior Living?
While it’s common for seniors to live on their own, there often comes a time when living alone is no longer a good option.
However, if a senior doesn’t experience a crisis or accident, then it can be difficult to discern when it’s the right time to consider senior living communities.
If you’re concerned about a loved one being able to take care of themselves, you can look out for the following signs that can help make the decision more clear.