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When is the right time to contact a Senior Advisor?

Martin Boonzaayer | The Trusted Home Buyer
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A Guest Post From OasisAdvisor

When it comes to such an important aspect in your life or the life of a senior you know and love, you want a trusted advisor to guide you every step of the way. Being proactive and planning is the best approach.

We want you to know that we understand firsthand how difficult these transitions can be and the decisions that come with them. It is important to keep in mind there are many aspects to consider when discussing senior care options, including physical, financial, mental, social, and emotional aspects of this time.

Some of the signs that you, or a senior you love, may need to consider additional help to remain in their home, move into a residential care home, or transition into an independent, assisted, or memory care living space are listed below.

  • Inability to care for oneself independently
  • Repetitive falls
  • Increasing confusion
  • Forgetfulness with daily tasks, care, medication
  • Social isolation, anxiety, depression
  • Loss of driver’s license, transportation ability
  • Excessive weight loss
  • Family member/caregiver role strain

If you find that your loved one needs senior care, Oasis Senior Advisors of Scottsdale can help you with your placement needs and serve as a trusted source of referral partners.

 We go above and beyond for our clients, offering you complimentary, one-on-one, face-to-face, compassionate, personalized service in our local community utilizing our proprietary OasisIQ software to find the best fit for you.

We Make Finding Senior Housing Options Simple!

Nancy Pol | 480-601-1083 | JNPol@YourOasisAdvisor.com www.oasissenioradvisors.com/Scottsdale

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