Speaking with your loved ones about care options

Talking to Aging Parents About Options from ASHA on Vimeo.
“Most older people don’t want to live with their kids. They don’t want to be asked because they don’t want to have to say no.” Dick Edwards, Retired Mayo Clinic Eldercare Specialist and author of “Mom, Dad… Can We Talk?”.
Talking with your loved ones about care options can be challenging, but it’s a conversation that needs to be had. This video from the American Seniors Housing Association helps in starting that discussion. At New Perspective, we believe in whole-person well-being at every care level, from Independent Living to Assisted Living to Memory Care. Confused about the differences between these levels of care? Read “Senior Living Straight Up” to help you navigate all the options for you or your loved one.