Every resident at Parsons House Austin is different. That's why it's important for us to educate families on the different types of care that might be needed.
Advice to Adult Children: Parsons House has developed a guide, which helps to provide families tools in decision making for their elders.
How to Say it To Seniors by David Solie: This book is a resource for communicating effectively with an aging loved one.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us today to order one of these complimentary publications.
Parsons House Austin is pleased to offer a series of handy printable guides to help families plan for situations often faced when caring for senior loved ones. Click here to visit our growing library.
There are some signs that should alert you that your loved one may not be capable of meeting all of his or her needs. Some of these signs include:
Eating: The individual is not eating, or not eating right.
Medications: Individual takes medicine at the wrong time or takes the wrong dosage.
Housekeeping: Individual is not able to keep or clean house as before.
Security/ Safety: Individual is alone, vulnerable, and may require daily visits.
Socialization: Individual is not in contact with others or lacks group interaction.
If you would like to talk to us about some of these warning signs please contact us.
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