When’s The Right Time?

We all wonder what the future holds for our elderly family members. When should I find some help? When is the right time to find them a better place to live? Let the professionals from The Windsor Senior Living help you out. We have some advice to offer you and your loved ones. No one should be left scrambling when they realize the time has come. 

The Right Time For A Walker?

Don’t wait until you or your loved one has a fall to get a walker. Just looking at the signs is enough to know when one would be helpful for the elderly member of your family. For example, are you suffering from shortness of breath or arthritis? Those achy legs could be more than just a bad day. Talk to your doctor about getting a walker and which kind would be best for you.

The Right Time To Move Into A Retirement Community Near Covington?

Even if your elderly loved one is fully capable of taking care of themselves, it may not be what’s best for them. A retirement community could be what they need to be happier. For example, many seniors often find themselves feeling lonely. But, at a retirement community, there’s an entire group of people just like them. At The Windsor, we offer independent and assisted living to our residents. No matter what you choose, our residents are given a sense of camaraderie that’s hard to find in other retirement communities.

In our opinion, the best time to move into a retirement community is either when life is lonely or when everyday tasks become tough to manage. This isn’t about big tasks—even minor ones can be a sign it’s time—even bathing or cleaning can become difficult or dangerous as we age. 

Get The Help You Need From Our Retirement Community Near Covington

Are you ready to receive the help you need? Call our professionals at 985-624-8040 or send us a message online to get in contact with us. We always look forward to helping future residents and their families figure out what is best for them. Make sure to stay up to date with all the news and events happening at The Windsor.